On smartphones users spend, on average, about three hours inside of mobile apps every day. But there’s a dark side to this — and one that some apps have taken advantage of for their own monetary benefit. This guide will explore some of the more common ethical violations in mobile app design and how to avoid them in your own work.
You’re here because you want to know what’s going to be new in mobile app design in 2020. The fact of the matter is, most of what we do is going to be the same from years past. Rather than discuss the trends you already know, we’re going to look at the ones that will help your mobile app effectively compete with the rise of PWAs. And if you can’t compete or beat PWAs, these trends will help you join them.
Healthcare apps aren’t exempt from the normal rules of mobile app design. That said, you’re building an experience for a very special type of user. Because of this, careful considerations have to be made about the colors, typography, and navigation of a healthcare app. After all, this isn’t about impressing users with a brand; this is about getting patients to the information and healthcare providers they need as quickly and effectively as possible.
App monetization is a tricky thing to design for. Even though app users expect that monetization requests are waiting for them, they won’t look kindly on the app if it goes overboard with them. So, when integrating monetization into a mobile app, here are some things to keep in mind so it doesn’t disrupt the experience.
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