…of products should be only high-quality so that users could clearly see what they are going to buy. The catalog screen should include a call-to-action button via which the user can add the item to the cart. This way users will be able to pick up product right from the catalog screen without the necessity to go to the page of this particular position.
…on outfits a menu containing the list of possible directions the user can move to within one click. There are two variants of presenting the menu in mobile applications: it can be a part of a home screen or a separate screen. It is recommended to keep the number of options in the menu under seven showing only important sections. If the app requires more, it can be a good idea to create subcategories.
The first impression is one of the key points influencing user’s opinion about a mobile application. When user experience is pleasant from the very beginning of interactions with an app, there are higher chances it’ll be more popular among users. That’s why splash screen needs to be paid as much attention as any other mobile app screen.