The Ultimate Design Guide to Push Notifications

Notifications keeps us connected with every update of our favourite apps. They are the backbone of engagement but like anything else overdose of them can also be bad for the product.

In this article I am going to cover

about Push Notifications & how to design them. This article is helpful for product owners & designers in designing & creating different styles of push notifications.

Here I’ll share some insights to help you navigate the design of a notification by dissecting the anatomy. If you’re a designer you’ll find this Figma push notification UI kituseful.

What is a push notification?

In simple terms a notification is a message that pops up on the user’s device.

It can be triggered locally by an open application, or they can be “pushed” from the server to the user even when the app is not running. They allow your users to opt-in to timely updates and allow you to effectively re-engage users with customised content.

A push notification uses the least amount of words & even uses visuals to catch the eye of the user. Cool right? That’s a quickest way to get your users engaged, so

Like any other technique of engagement this has to be strategically implemented to get the best out the notifications. This medium of digital marketing is newer than others but it has gained momentum in the past few years.

Unique & Useful notifications will always perform better than the boring & casual notifications.

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The Ultimate Design Guide to Push Notifications

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The Ultimate Design Guide to Push Notifications

Notifications keeps us connected with every update of our favourite apps. They are the backbone of engagement but like anything else overdose of them can also be bad for the product.

In this article I am going to cover

about Push Notifications & how to design them. This article is helpful for product owners & designers in designing & creating different styles of push notifications.

Here I’ll share some insights to help you navigate the design of a notification by dissecting the anatomy. If you’re a designer you’ll find this Figma push notification UI kituseful.

What is a push notification?

In simple terms a notification is a message that pops up on the user’s device.

It can be triggered locally by an open application, or they can be “pushed” from the server to the user even when the app is not running. They allow your users to opt-in to timely updates and allow you to effectively re-engage users with customised content.

A push notification uses the least amount of words & even uses visuals to catch the eye of the user. Cool right? That’s a quickest way to get your users engaged, so

Like any other technique of engagement this has to be strategically implemented to get the best out the notifications. This medium of digital marketing is newer than others but it has gained momentum in the past few years.

Unique & Useful notifications will always perform better than the boring & casual notifications.

#notifications #web #push-notification #android #ios

UI/UX Design Principles: Guide to Perfect App Designing Process - TopDevelopers.co

Following the app design process and UI/UX design principles rightly guide UI/UX designers to purvey app designs that help in developing efficient mobile apps.
In this article, we will discuss a perfect app designing process that will help you build a mobile app with a great design that attracts the targeted audience and increases user engagement, hence boosting the conversion rate for an app.

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Designing Mobile Apps using the latest UI Design Principles

The mobile technology world is growing at the speed of light, and the apps have become an integral part of our daily life. We can now see an influx of technology with tools that can help create mobile apps. All of them are becoming more accessible and hence people are getting on their first app making journeys. Since the mobile app industry is getting bigger and better than ever, businesses from all corners of the world are trying to develop mobile apps for their operations and marketing. Designing a mobile app for businesses is the first step, though. Company owners are in charge of the basic look and feel of the designed product. With a brilliant mobile app design, one can establish a relationship between app and user very well.

Read Blog Here: https://www.indianappdevelopers.com/blog/designing-mobile-apps-using-latest-ui-design-principles/

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Improving Design Handoffs: A Guide

To build an awesome and successful digital product you need to do a lot of things. Such as planning, market research, build a prototype, design it, code it, ship it etc. For this whole process, you need to go through lots of handoffs and team communications. One of the more painful handoffs is the Design-to-Development Handoff.

This happens usually as the design and development happen in 2 separate teams. The design team handles creating the design system, user interfaces, graphics and visuals. The dev team turn the design deliverables into a functional product.

What is Design-to-Development Handoff?

Design handoff is when the design team hands their deliverables over to the dev team. The dev team then begins with the implementation. This process could turn into a nightmare if there are no standards implemented. Since the product’s quality is at stake, it’s a good idea to enable a good collaboration between the two teams.

This is not rocket science. There are tons of tools and platforms available that ease the design handoff.

To maintain a smooth design handoff, both designers and developers must take part in the process.

Here are some tips for the designers and developers on how to improve the design handoff.

Tips for Designers

Be interested in the frameworks. Talk with the developers on what framework they plan to use and read about it. Are they using Bootstrap? Or Tailwind CSS? Get to know it and its possible limitations. Knowing the possibilities and limitations will help you create more suitable design elements. After studying the framework, try to use the UI elements that come with it. Map the framework’s color palette, spacing, typography settings and everything that you can. Follow the design trends for the platform that you’re designing. For example, if you’re designing an iOS app, don’t set the tab bar height by random. There are Design Guidelines for both iOS and Android available, so make sure you read them. The development team will thank you for it! Use a modern tool for UI Design. It’s time to ditch Photoshop. If you want to stay in the Adobe ecosystem, then check out Adobe XD. If not, I recommend taking a look at Figma.

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