Onboarding is the first set of screens serving the users interaction and setting their expectation for the app. Therefore, it is inevitable to get product managers, designers, developers, and all the product development team to consider if the onboarding is necessary for the Mobile Application Development Project and attempt to successfully create it. This article aims to provide you with several useful tips on how to develop and implement onboarding, including some alternative techniques and resources to allow you to bring the best of experience for users.
To Onboard Or Not To Onboard?
The onboarding save users from feeling stressed out when they first use a new app by introducing them with all the functions of the app. All variations among apps make onboarding a reliable and user-friendly feature in many situations. These are some typical cases:
USE CASE 2: EMPTY STATE
Onboarding is also suitable for apps whose default state is empty and users have to follow different steps to get used to it.
USE CASE 3: SUITE OF PRODUCTS
Onboarding greatly improve users’ experience if the app is part of a suite of products, with desktops and web companions. Business apps which have specific access rights and security policy often fall in this category
USE CASE 4: PERSONAL INFORMATION
If the app requires personal information such as age, weight, gender, etc. then the onboarding is a great place to collect them.
WHICH TECHNIQUE TO USE? These three techniques are the most common:
- Benefits-oriented onboarding,
- Function-oriented onboarding,
- Progressive onboarding.
Wait for the next article on Mobile Onboarding to know different techniques on how to implement the most effective one for your vietnam Mobile Application Development projects.
Source: Smashing Magazine