With any new application development targeting consumers, mobile apps are expected. While being multi-channel is a powerful capability, simply trying to build every bit of functionality in an app for every device is wasteful. Instead, when you consider your multi-channel strategy, follow these three best practices.
A user-centric approach to app design and development is crucial to combating app fatigue and realizing apps’ intended business value. But the focus on UX begs the question: as an enterprise IT leader, exactly how many UX professionals does my team need to deliver great experiences consistently and at scale?
This blog post provides a perspective on both the pros and cons of responsive app design, and provides a solution for how to augment responsive app design with device-specific experiences for the best multi-channel UX.
Our evangelist team explains how we designed an engaging, great-looking and highly usable claims processing app with the Mendix Atlas UI Framework. Read this blog for inspiration on how you can rapidly create engaging apps with great UX.
To ensure app adoption and success, your development teams must focus on great UX, not just look and feel. Here are three recommendations to ensure your enterprise app users don’t suffer from app fatigue, putting your business initiatives at risk.
The Mendix Atlas Release enables business users and developers to quickly and iteratively create engaging multi-channel user interfaces. Read more on how the Mendix Atlas Framework and Web Modeler can be used to start building an app.
Presenting the Mendix Atlas Release. Read more to learn about the three new elements that seamlessly integrate to empower developers and the business to embrace a user-centric approach to UI design.
We at Mendix have had great success with the Product Vision & Canvas methodology to prepare our projects and get ready for our first sprint. Let’s dive into the Product Canvas and how to use it.
I noticed last time I was on the Developers Website that the second most requested item was to import custom
If you’re upgrading your pre 5.18 application to capitalize on the features of the latest Mendix release, here is a
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