User Experience shouldn't be as dreaded as it is. In fact, UX in its simplest form is making the user journey simple, swift, seamless and most importantly user-centric.
“ESPN.com improved its revenues by 35%, just by changing their homepage as per the user’s suggestion.”
We all know what wonders can a good UX do - it allures users, fosters trust, reduces bounce rate, improves conversion and helps you generate more revenue, but it is more fascinating to know how.
Here check the following factors.
1. Smooth transition - Single Page application
When the user interacts with the app such as clicking on an element, instead of the whole page refresh, the requested chunk of the web app is updated and the entire interface remains the same. Thus, the users get the smooth and swift transaction for the requests, which in case of multi-page-application would result in reloading a whole new page.
(Gmail - Single Page Application)
2. Real-time Information - No page refresh
Loading time is one of the factors that affects the user experience of the web app. As per a research by Akamai and Gomes.com, the consumers tend to become impatient when the page takes more than mere two seconds to load.
(An infographic by Google on effects of page load time)
3. Boosts Overall Performance of the App
Performance is the key ingredient for the success of your web app in this digital environment. The faster, the smoother it is, the better user experience. In fact, our brain perceives the load time 15% slower than the actual time. Further, slower web performance even hits the perceived credibility of your website. So if your web app is sluggish, the consequences can be dire.
5. Efficient and Uniform Design with Frameworks
The web apps are getting more and more complex in order to provide better features to the user, resulting in more complex development. The fluid transactions, easy navigation, futuristic features, pixel-perfect buttons and forms that looks so divine of the user’s screen takes a lot of time and efforts to execute. Here the number of different design frameworks like Angular, Vue, Meteor, etc. that provide inbuilt capabilities are making the work more efficient for the developers and web development companies. This allows uniformity in design and makes the entire process quite easier.
For instance, Angular material provides reusable components of Google’s Material design. The developers get readymade components such as Form Controls(datepicker, radio buttons, slider, form field, etc), Navigation ( Menu, Sidenav, Toolbar), Layout (Grid, list, tabs, card, etc) Button & Indicators, Popups, Data Table and more that reduces the toil and trouble of the developers. This also makes the designs uniform across the web apps making it easier even for the user to navigate.
(Angular Material Design)