Boost Your Conversion Rate and Increase Revenue of Your Digital Product With These Simple UI & UX Design Tips
Getting traffic to your page is good but if none of the users are engaging with your page, then all your effort will be in vain. Let’s be honest we’ve all been there. After using all our energies to generate that beautiful product and then realize our minimal retention levels.
This article will outline a few proven design tips for getting your visitors to take action and stay with you for ever.
✓ Design Experience
The term UX has grown in the digital world, many speak of how important is to have a good UX & UI when we want to obtain a positive user flow. For those who do not know much about the term User Experience, it is the overall experience that a user has when using any product. Such as web pages, applications, programs, stuff like an apple watch, you name it. If you think about it for a moment you’ll realize that user experience has been with us since the beginning of humanity, when men began to use their gray matter and decided to experience the ways in which they can use something in the most efficient and easy way 🙃.
UX it is not an individual design element but rather a set of small interactions working together providing ease to the user when browsing your product. The emotional connection that users feel as a direct result of the design will make a huge difference in terms of retention and conversion. So we want to create a positive impact in the first seconds in which the user interacts with your product.
How can we create a positive impact?
If you read articles about conversion, they will tell you that the most important thing is: “incorporate consistent branding” as the first point 🤦🏻 . From last experiences I can tell you that the most important thing in those first seconds is performance this is gold! There is a period of time in which the user waits for the content to appear. Until this happens there will be no user experience. Knowing the human being and his behaviors we can say that the user will only tolerate a low performing application not that long before abandoning them (and you know you have done that right?).