How to Design Beyond Default UI Patterns for a Rich UX

Designing outside the box

If you examine most mobile apps, you might notice they all look the same. They all use navigation bars, table lists, and a linear data display. These default patterns that designers habitually use may get the job done, but they’re not always the best approach for UX.

Information structures that are too flat often fail to capture the attention and interest of users. As a result, users have to work harder to consume the information. It’s still doable, but the experience requires more…



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