As a digital marketer, you should know there are some important considerations when designing the website or application, including computer display and mobile device.
- Define the Purpose of your website or application and prioritize all of your business and marketing considerations first. Then determine the solution that will best address those needs now and into the future.
- Define the Goal and think about the development and distribution to expose your product and service as much as possible.
- Define the likely Audience that is going to visit the website or use this mobile application as well as the classic use cases that would inspire them to use it. Also think about how frequently these people engage with your brand or business.
- In order to reach a broader audience, you have to think about the Budget. Developing individual mobile apps for multiple operating systems or devices can be expensive and resource-intensive.
- User Experience (UX) is the most important consideration to every website and application. Imagine how users will feel or interact with your website or application. This may be the single biggest thing that determines whether a mobile app or a website is appropriate. Even more, it could have a huge impact on your Brand Perception.
UX is made up of four interdependent elements- Branding, Usability, Content, and Functionality.
- Overwhelming designs, pictures, or content
- Lots of animation
- Too much pop-out pages
- Files are too big
- Do not load properly on the mobile device
Fortunately, there are more and more methods to fix or prevent the problems
The key points to provide better UX are do not overwhelm the content and monitor your social feedback channels as well as put the mobile navigation as important as the website. Remember that people tend to surf websites and download apps for things they do regularly or for things that tie into their lifestyle. Therefore, every brand definitely should use better UX to improve the brand perception.
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Y.C. Nov.12, 2012