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Why Mobile Apps Need Voice Interfaces

<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2021/01/anna_prist.php">Anna Prist</a></p> <p>Both Web and mobile innovations are progressing at an incredible rate, making any lack in these essential technologies a critical issue for any company. As long as a decade ago, a poorly optimized Web site could lead to your losing traffic and revenues. Today, businesses cannot afford to ignore technology trends. Don’t let your business fall behind the technology curve.</p> <p class="sub-p">Creating voice user interfaces (VUIs) for mobile apps is the hottest trend right now—and will continue to be for the foreseeable future. Voice is a <a href="https://chatbotslife.com/how-to-make-your-chatbot-sound-natural-606dda87e782" title="natural user interface">natural user interface</a>. Some leading

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Regionalizing Your Mobile Designs, Part 2

<p class="author">By <a href="https://www.uxmatters.com/authors/archives/2012/04/steven_hoober.php">Steven Hoober</a></p> <p>There is a lot more to offering your Web site, mobile app, or other digital product in other markets than automatically translating or hiring a service to translate your content into another language. In Part 1 of this two-part series, I provided an overview of how to regionalize your products—approaching regionalization from a procedural and technical point of view—and detailed the approach you should take, as follows:</p> <ul> <li><span class="run-in-head">Do more than just translate.</span> Rewrite the content in the target language, considering the context of use. Avoid slang, jargon, colloquialisms, metaphors, and jokes.</li> <li><span class="run-in-head">Use

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How can we really fix the user experience on mobile apps?

How to save UX on mobile.

Mobile UX has a variety of long-lasting issues we need to address quickly.

These days everyone uses smartphones, which have become rather large computer screens. They come with a wide range of new and innovative apps. We have to try and find solutions that match these apps to large smartphone screens.

That sounds obvious. But. One thing seems stuck in an Older Age. The basic mobile UX principles. We, designers keep designing these fascinating new day-to-day solutions in ‘pocket’ sizes.

And doing so, we keep holding on to what we know and what (we think) our users know.

No new advances are made

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Master the Basics of UI Mobile Design

As a UI designer, you likely already know, understand, and are passionate about the core principles, tools, and purpose of fantastic user interfaces. You may even be a propionate of the Mobile First design approach. More and more, though, the app is the end solution, with no need for a responsive design.

As far back as 2015, Oracle published a study showing that most millennials take their app experience into account when selecting a company’s goods and services and that their recommendations are similarly influenced. They reported that 65-75% of Millennials prefer to use apps for purchases, paying

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5 More Tips for Mobile App Design

On How to Attract More Customers

Last time, we had shared 5 tips for designing mobile applications that are bound to attract customers. And we had promised to come back with 5 more tips. So, here we are, with 5 more tricks to gain your customers’ attention and trust.

Without wasting any more of your precious time, let’s get started!

1. Leave the graphic designer behind

One of the main problems why a mobile application looks great but leaves behind a poor user experience is because it has been designed by a graphic designer or a somebody who calls themselves a UX/UI designer but is actually a

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