Our top 5 best mobile app UX design

Thứ tư, ngày 14/12/2016 8:18 AM

Over the years, we’ve seen some incredibly beautiful Mobile Apps. They’ve inspired our team in several levels. We believe it’s important to appreciate the awesome work and here are our Top 5 Favorite Mobile App UX Designs:

If we make a product and if it doesn’t need an operational manual, it means that we’re closer to solving the problem in the best way! UX Design is an art of problem solving. Everything that is involved in designing, branding, colors and fonts is where you get started on UX Designs.

The best UX designers use minimal elements to solve a problem. UX Designs is just not anything that is visually attractive or designed on Adobe Photoshop. It is also not just using colors and embracing it with fancy fonts to make it look good. It also doesn’t mean to add as many features (read useless) as possible like many popular smartphone manufacturers. UX Design’s only goal is to simplify and enrich the user experience.

It’s the UX Design in Mobile Apps that separates the best from the rest. The classic UX Design patterns may not be the best practice when it comes to UX in Mobile Apps. With the relatively small screensize and slow hardware, it’s important to improvise and step-out of the conventional UX practices to stay on the top.

Over the years, we’ve seen some incredibly beautiful Mobile Apps. They’ve inspired our team in several levels. We believe it’s important to appreciate the awesome work and here are our Top 5 Favorite Mobile App UX Designs:

1. Yahoo News Digest

The Yahoo News Digest App manages to unify some contrasting information in a spectacular way. The App’s sharp user interface is rich and is distinctly different from other news publication Apps. Yahoo News Digest is available in both iOS App Store and Google Play Store.

Yahoo News Digest mobile app

2. Airbnb

The aesthetically different Airbnb App was launched last year. The new search, hosting and listing pages have gone through a major overhaul. Airbnb has not just changed the way how we travel around, but now has set a benchmark in UX for Mobile Apps. Airbnb is available in both iOS App Store and Google Play Store.

Airbnb mobile app

3. Rise

“Rise is a beautifully simple alarm App. It’s a work of art that wakes you up.”, there is no better way than describing this beautiful App than how they have explained it on their website. This App is only available on the iOS App Store it’s now a paid App.

Rise app

4. Facebook Paper

Facebook trained you to scroll up and down. But facebook paper is an App that they have done something like never before. Like playing cards, every section of the App is arranged like a stream of stories laid out horizontally. You then swipe to the left and right to navigate. This is definitely a must-check-out App that we recommend. The App is available only on the iOS App Store.

Facebook Paper app

5. Nike’s Making

Sustainability is something that Nike has been pushing for a really long time. A special team from Nike made this impressive App called Making that indexes a massive data of material’s sustainability. When you open the Making App, it greets you with a simple and elegant design that helps you navigate between each type of product. You can navigate to know it’s composition and the sustainability factors to help you make real-time decisions while buying products.

Nike’s Making mobile app

A good App design puts you in a commanding position. The users will applaud the effort with thousands of seamless gestures on your Mobile App forever. If you want to work with a team that appreciates good UX designs and is ready to get back to the drawing board as many times as it takes to give the best for the users,