The most effective tool for improving the user interface is onboarding. Start introducing the user to the site or app incorrectly and they will regret that they registered at all.
The problem occurs where there is “something wrong” between the program concept and user registration. And then users, instead of getting interested and excited about the site, just leave it and never come back. That’s why we have examined 4 bad examples of the user interface for onboarding and will show you how to fix it. Continue reading
Many Instagram users follow accounts of different types. Here and friends, and celebrities, and accounts “on interests”: food, sports, and so on. What to do if you log in to the app and don’t want to see the entire feed in a row? If you only want to see photos of your relatives? Or just memes to take a break from these very photos? Or just want inspiration for your next big trip?
Instagram offers ways to tailor the user experience. Here you can enable notifications for a specific account or subscribe to a hashtag. But I found that most users don’t use these features. Continue reading
What exactly does the Cancel button do? It returns the user to the previous screen. For users, Cancel is a means of protection against unwanted changes in the system. To make users feel safe, the “Cancel” button should mean a retreat to reliability, not a call to action.
This is why the “Cancel” buttons should be colorless.
Neutral color for a neutral button
The color on the buttons indicates a call to action. Continue reading