Creating best-in-class UI and UX with low code
Easy, simple User Interface (UI), and effortless User Experience (UX) seem to be what everyone talks about when it comes to app development. These days, it honestly does not matter if you work on an app for B2B or B2C; a seamless transition between the features and the platform is all that matters.
Gone are the days when users were willing to deal with complicated formats and processes to get something working. Today, there are priorities and a checklist that needs to be signed off before an app can be launched. Then comes the test phase, after which it is marketed and made available to all.
If the app can deliver what the customer desires and then some, it becomes a benchmark for all future applications.
Working with low code
When working on a low-code development platform like Neutrinos, rest assured you’re using the best that’s available out there. Not only will your app be perfect, it would also have been through adequate rounds of testing and inspection. One has to see it to believe it!
A doubt that might occur to you at this stage is: “How do I create a smooth and reliable UI/UX-based app quickly using low code?” Well, that is a reasonable question. We can answer it by showcasing how the Neutrinos rapid development system works.
If you use a low-code development platform, you can bring on board people who are not hardcore coders. They only need to know how apps work and be familiar with the elements that go into them. As all the processes are visual, it is easy to understand what step follows what. Since the amount of coding is limited, it is possible to develop apps in a short span of time while simultaneously testing it for bugs and errors.
It is critical to ensure your app has amazing drag-and-drop UI and UX at every step of the process. The flow should be smooth and app features should be easily accessible without any glitches. All this with minimal guidance — if at all.
Benefits of low code
As against a company where the coding team is inundated with application requests, teams using a low-code development platform can work on apps on their own, based on the specifications provided by the client. Thanks to the various features offered by the Neutrinos platform, you can customise the app to suit the client’s needs. It can be modified and features shifted (if needed) before it is launched. After the app is launched, any updates will be done automatically with just a notification to the user.
While there are quite a few companies in the low-code space, Neutrinos has a clear edge. We bring to the table capabilities that no others have. The generated UI is always more than functional and easy to use, as is the app’s UX. All this becomes obvious when compared to PowerApps or even Google’s own App Maker.
The bottom line? Low-code app development is the way of the future. If companies are willing to venture into this new territory, they will be surprised by how quick and efficient these systems are. That said, if the requirements are complicated or complex, building apps will take time, and may need a lot of adjustments before they can be launched.