The art of creating a great phone app may seem like soemthing relatively straightforward, but all of us have certain apps that we download and use only once, which is why creator Luke Wroblewski is trying to enlighten designers on how they can transform their apps from being good to being great.
Luke Wroblewski is the designer of Polar, a free app that allows users to quickly and effectively vote on great-looking photo polls. The really interesting thing about Wroblewski's words of wisdom is that many of his observations touch on concepts of the average app user experience that most of us are unaware of.
His advice includes such things as "designing for distraction" and "killing your sign-up form," and allowing passwords to remain visible, which are just some of the simple, but highly beneficial app features Wroblewski touches on.
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