Don’t fall for these 5 Mistakes While Making a Mockup
Indian App Developers
After you've decided what your app will accomplish and before your start with actual mobile app development, the following stage is to create a mockup, which is a black and white outline of all of the screens in your app, complete with all of the buttons and as much text as feasible.
A mockup is an excellent tool for critically examining your concept and receiving input from users. The best mobile development companies in India focus on airtight logic while creating the mockup. There should be no missing screens, no methods to become stuck on a screen, no island displays with no buttons, and so on.
Here are five common blunders the mobile application development community in India faces when creating mockups:
Leaving out screens
Your mockup is incomplete if it is missing screens. That post-login confirmation screen? Yes, you'll require it. Is this the password reset screen? You'll also need it in the mockup.
Including buttons that aren't connected to
Anything in the mockup that will not be on the app should be removed. Make sure that the mobile app development company connects all of your buttons and screens logically.
Inaccessible screens in the mockup
Make sure you go over all of the possible user behaviors in your app in sketch. This will aid in keeping all of your screens connected. Leaving out island screens will pose a big problem for the app development company later in the process.
Screens with no means to get away from them are included
If a button is added to access a screen, it is the best practice by the mobile app development company to add a button to exit the screen, or you will get sticky screens. This may be more than simply a back button; it could also be an additional icon for all of your screens.
Omitting page numbers
In the sequence that users would see them, the mockup screens should be numbered. This is simple, yet it's easy to get wrong. When you get to intersection screens where the user can select several paths, you'll have to allocate numbers intuitively.
Keep these pointers in mind, to create a great mockup that will help you critically examine and refine your app concept. Get your final screen-by-screen mockups done by professionals at RV Technologies and see your app idea turning into reality.