Using user experience technology, our mobile designs are based on analytical data that provide us with valuable information on how different users interact with their devices. This information takes into account a range of different aspects. With this data, we can make the perfect mobile web design functionality personified!
Most users will expect this element important for meeting expectations of users. Be succinct. Size matters, with regard to titles, multimedia Guide users through information provision: tell them why you’re collecting it, and provide information on the risks and benefits to them giving it (Trustworthiness) Clearly state the app’s (or site’s) objectives and the agency mission to create atmosphere of trust Clearly ask for honest feedback to inspire feelings of trust Layer content, expanding the ‘tree’ per user’s need Make content modular (Content)
All users will expect this element a cornerstone/root of the mobile product user experience. Put the user’s principal task ‘front and center’ Use plain language (there’s no screen room for jargon) Keep button labeling/navigation short and clear Provide user-centered content Develop use cases for your app. Who is likely to use and where? Develop security guidelines with regard to what the app does and what information it collects to earn users’ trust (Trustworthiness) Optimize application for performance (e.g. time to load, time to play multimedia file, time to save, time to connect to data) Eliminate unnecessary elements