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The First Ciklum DP Android Practice Leaders Community Meet-Up. …

The First Ciklum DP Android Practice Leaders Community Meet-Up.

Principles and methods of UX design by Alina Bidnenko, Android developer with 3+ years of experience, who considers that app can’t survive without high quality design of UI/UX.

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  • 1. Culture of awesome apps Alina Bidnenko Ciklum
  • 2. Know users’ objectives ❖ How to app makes user happy? ❖ How to user use our app? ❖ Why user do this activity, task, operation? ❖ Why user do activity exactly in this way? ❖ Why user should choose your app, not competitor one?
  • 3. Know user’s mental model ❖ stop asking confirmation for saving ❖ use domain images instead of words on the controls ❖ think over data presentation ❖ think over additional flows
  • 4. Know user’s type Beginner Eternal middling Professional
  • 5. Activity centered design User centered design Know approaches Data- driven design System design …...
  • 6. Only interrupt me if it’s important ❖ use toast instead of dialogs ❖ use “undo” pattern ❖ move less frequently using functions deeper in the interface
  • 7. Decide for me but let me have the final say ❖ autofill all possible fields ❖ create templates ❖ use dimention between words in searching ❖ always use earlier entered data
  • 8. Get to know me ❖ app should always learn ❖ app should always remember everything
  • 9. It’s not my fault
  • 10. Let user feel safely ❖ undo button ❖ always save entered data
  • 11. Happy user
  • 12. Don't stop on the reached!
  • 13. Literature 1. “The essential of interaction design”, Alan Cooper 2. “Flow”, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi 3. http://developer.android.com/design/get-started/principles.html

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