A topic that I find particularly interesting with developing low code software on the Power Platform, is the thought we put into our end users experience of interacting with our solutions.
A very key element to the scale at which users confidently and willingly adopt our application with high usage, is the user experience (UX) we provide them with, which further comes down to a number of elements I’m going to discuss in this blog post! I’ll also give you a few generalised tips for each element which can affect the User Experience our solutions provide.
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This is the full-length presentation, covering all the major aspects of UX Design and how they apply to PowerApps CanvasApps.
The app user experience often defines the success of your app. This learning path will focus on how to provide the best app navigation, and build the best UI using themes, icons, images, personalization, different form factors, and controls.
Main forms are the primary user interface where people view and interact with their data. Main forms provide the widest range of presentation options that are available for model-driven apps.
Unified Interface for model-driven apps provides a consistent and accessible user experience across devices—whether on a desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone. The apps scale by reflowing the components on the screen. The responsive design adapts to your environment based on screen size, so the more available space that you have, the more information can be displayed.