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How To Build An App With Latest User Interface Trends

Mobile Application Development, Mobile Technology, Web Development
January 28, 2019
How To Build An App With Latest User Interface Trends
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Build App With Latest Mobile UI Design

None of the apps can be great without great design. App designing has developed massively in the industry and (good) designers are in deadly need. Now, the thing is apps and designers both are in plethora and you need to stand out. Tricky thing to do I guess but what can make you different from others is staying acquainted with the latest trends and integrating it into your designs before others start doing it. You know the drill now, all you want is to explore and adapt these trends at the earliest minute possible.

The design is the first impression on the user and we want to make sure it is good. Let’s explore what it takes to make this impression impressive.

1) No Frame Background

Compared to mobile apps, this designing trend is more popular with web apps. This basically means that the need for any frames in the background image is eliminated. The designer can opt for the full-screen image. There are plenty other things to make the app visually appealing like flat and semi-flat illustrations, three-dimensional renders, abstract graphic compositions, and basic photos. Web pages can now look like the posters with no frame background image and can be a non-separable part of the whole theme of the website.

2) Interface Illustration

To portray a huge array of UI design in the web and mobile apps, interface illustrations are used. In the layman terms, interface illustrations are the custom graphics. This trend paved its way in one of the most popular and most followed in the previous year and there are no hints of it fading away in the current year. Images convey messages more easily and beautifully compared to text which has made the wide acceptance and necessity of the interface illustrations. The way these images are presented and the colors are used, this is the key to making emotional contact with the user. Web and mobile app designs are put to life with interface illustrations.

3) 3D Images

This is like one never fading trends of the mobile app designing. Well, the designers are in need of some different training and skills to be able to create 3D images. These designs are most probably based on the real world objects and this is what hits the sweet spot of the users. A mobile app or website with 3D designing is ought to capture more user attention along with retaining the audience. Bounce rate is really low with such designs.

4) Full-Screen App Designing

The new mobile devices have notch screens which mean that the designers have to design the apps that way. We just discussed the no frame images but now we are talking about full-screen designs. The trend started with the iPhone X and now it’s everywhere. The designers might have to tweak their designing styles and patterns and come up something that can fit in with the devices with the notch.

5) Minimalism

Mobile UI cannot be considered as the latest trend as this has been popular for ages. It’s the minor changes in it which make the difference. The current thing in UI design is minimalism. Neither user nor the clients want an app that is overstuffed with features. The time asks for a more simple and classy design. The lesser the elements, higher the look and feel. Also, its quite confusing and complicated to have multiple design elements in one single app for the users and they tend to abandon it soon. One of the trends that have been prevailing is to use one single color and try various shades of the same.

Pratik Kanada

I am Pratik Kanada, founder & CEO of 360 Degree Technosoft, which makes app ideas into reality by providing unique design and development services across iOS and Android platforms. I generally write blogs on mobile technology, app development and app marketing.

One thought on “How To Build An App With Latest User Interface Trends”

  1. Hey, very nice site. I came across this on Google, and I am stoked that I did. I will definitely be coming back here more often. Wish I could add to the conversation and bring a bit more to the table, but am just taking in as much info as I can at the moment. Thanks for sharing.

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