A blog about app User Experience, by UXCam

How to Identify User Frustration

You tap on a button and nothing happens. You try to open a new page but the loading time is frustrating slowly. User frustration occurs when a person can’t overcome an obstacle or achieve a goal. This means that your app isn’t working as your users expect or require. But worse, a significant proportion of users might have these problems…

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Top 6 App Development Agencies in Berlin in 2021

You have the next big app idea - but yet you lack the technical expertise. We did the research and are going to showcase the top app development agencies in Berlin. Before that, let’s find out what you should look out for when choosing an app development agency. How do you pick the right agency? There are three major points…

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8 Mobile App Onboarding Best Practices

App onboarding is the first impression of an app - just like a handshake with a stranger. If it’s dubious you leave. To not let your onboarding process be like a dubious handshake you should care about some small but important mobile app onboarding best practices. #1 Know your target group Every mobile app should have a target group. It…

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You Should Optimize Your Website: Adaptive vs. Responsive Design

Life has been a lot easier before the invention of smartphones, tablets and laptops in every imaginable size - at least in terms of design and programming. There are different ways to optimize the design of a website for different screen sizes. A mobile-optimized website is important! Why? The usage of smartphones rose from 17% of adults who owned a…

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Detect Hidden User Frustrations

Introduction In today’s digital economy, it is no longer enough for an organization to deliver merely a product or service. Every successful organization is in the business of delivering User Experience. User expectations have now changed, to an experience that’s intuitive, personalized, memorable and omnichannel. The stakes of not keeping up to this new expectation are high: One in three…

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