Designing and creating a quality user experience (UX) is a long, and let’s face it, challenging process. In a tech age like this, constant progress and new features are inevitable, and nothing is timeless — especially when we consider rapidly changing trends! As mobile apps progress through their life cycles, they inevitably evolve and change, and their UX has to evolve and change with them.
The famous painter Pablo Picasso once said – Colors, like features, follow the changes of emotions. All of us have, at one time or another, felt the effect that colors have on our mood, feelings and emotions. Color psychology, they call it. And although there is far too little hard evidence or research done on
Users tend to judge apps based on their icon designs. A well-designed app icon serves as an indicator of high quality and helps to convey the message of professionalism. The first impression matters and your app logo needs to be appealing and transparent enough for the potential user to reach for it and download it.
Creating a successful, functional, and the visually appealing app is a real challenge. No matter what type of app is in question, there is a high probability an app with similar functions is already available. How to make a standout app that will be user-friendly but also original? One of the key elements to achieve