What are some common mistakes in
Ux designing?

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Tuesday 29th - November 2022


What is Ux designing?

Any interaction a person has with a product or service is referred to as the user experience, or UX. Every component that affects this experience is taken into account in

UX design, as well as the user’s feelings and how simple it is for them to complete their intended activities.

UX design seeks to provide users with simple, effective, pertinent, and overall enjoyable experiences. To create seamless user experiences for goods, services, and processes, UX designers mix market research, product development, strategy, and design. Ux designing creates a connection with the client, enabling the business to better comprehend—and meet—their wants and expectations.

While Ux can be for any product, physical or online, we are experts in creating user experiences for the web like apps, websites, dashboards, portals, etc.

What is the difference between Ui and Ux designing?

The distinction between User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) is that UI refers to the visual components through which people interact with a product, whereas UX is concerned with the user’s experience with a product or service.

Thus, UI is concerned with visual interface components like fonts, colours, menu bars, and so on, but UX is concerned with the user and their journey through the product.

What are some common mistakes in Ux designing?

  • Multiple CTAs
  • CTAs are an essential component of excellent UX design. They assist consumers in comprehending and taking the next step in their journey. An overwhelming number of CTAs is likely to confuse, annoy, and overwhelm consumers. What steps can you take to avoid this? Define one clear, singular goal that you want a certain page in the client journey to achieve. The page should then be designed to direct people to that button. CTAs should appear to be a natural component of the page’s content.
  • Difficult form and registrations
  • For some people, providing a company with personal information and contact information might feel like a major step. It necessitates trust, which should be rewarded with a user-friendly experience. Otherwise, a potential new client may leave the sign-up process in seconds. Registration forms should be quick and simple to fill out. Only important information should be requested. If necessary, extra information might be requested after sign-up. Drop-offs will be reduced as a result.
  • Hoping on design trends
  • Trends are meant to come and go. It is important to take into account whether the trend is actually useful to the users. A 3D display of food items on a food delivery platform may look pleasant but having the same format on a healthcare app is not impactful. The designs you see online are mock portfolios to attract clients. They are the display designs, which ruin the usability and the experience of users. Design, flow and system varies as per the product. There is no one fit for all. Therefore, be wise while jumping on to design trends. The only trend you should follow is to serve the best to users.

    The Inc Design Magic

    Complex user experiences and journeys can lead to drastic drop off. Our design masters know that Ux designing is a constantly evolving system. They spend hours researching on finding one right spot that can reduce complex processes by multiple steps or can reduce the friction. Get in touch to know how we can enhance the user experience for your valued user base.