It’s understatement to say that 2020 was a rollercoaster trip. While it was a year of mere wellness, social and political uncertainty, 12 months of product, creativity and knowledge were also rapid in nature.
With over 10 years of web and mobile app design experiences, we can use UI/UX patterns to design digital products for any industry that is visually friendly and effective. We have therefore prepared a list of developments in UI and UX architecture, which form 2021 and the future challenges. Making the best of best practices in UI and UX architecture and create solid and capable products.
We’ll look at the top UX developments for 2021 in this article and how you can continue to use UX design to maximize conversions.
1. Digital health
As if the COVID-19 was not enough, but the pandemic created new digital health possibilities, including wearables, telemedicine, and artificial intelligence. And we should predict these habits to start trending in 2021.
We also saw some amazing self-monitoring apps for wearables, which include quick views of moves, sleep, heart rate, or blood pressure. These advanced features allow users to take responsibility for their own wellbeing and warn them of improvements to their way of life.
Doctors’ practice of simulated consultation with patients — greatly improved after the pandemic as they were allowed to decrease their physical experiences. This form of remote contact can be expected to continue as health systems seek to deliver expertise and funding to the patients in greater need.
2. UX Microcopy will mould the UI of the product
The lack of good microcopy contributes to an incompatible and impersonal tone of speech. And it makes it impossible for marketers to develop good ties with clients without a human language instead of a more technological approach.
The incredibly strong UX microcopy can apply human attention to virtual assistance and contexts, simplify user queries, and basically adopt a human-centric language. Brands like Marshmallow, Gousto, and Airbnb have demonstrated a magnificent way of playing the voice with a UX-copywriter.
3. Rise in Virtual Reality
VR is a technology that has been struggling to become popular for some time, particularly with the heavy price tags for headsets such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and PS VR on Facebook.
We can now say, however, that Vr is rising again due to the achievements of recent launches including Half-Life Alyx; new developers who are able to create dynamic and imaginative applications of mixed reality; moreover, the demand from game markets including fitness, exhibitions, and leisure arts is on the rise.
High VR usage in digital health can also be anticipated to enhance the treatment of chronic disease, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress. And even the theatres and museums support the technologies to keep their doors open to the public.
4. Animated Screens
Animated stories and interaction with animated screens is a favorite for users of all ages and generation. By mixing a minimalistic interface with audacious and fascinating components, you can draw users and retain simple and insightful content.
More and more animations are going to take place in 2021. Both the user interface (micro animation with buttons & transitions) and the major advertisement animations, like 3D, now that the technology seems to have actually evolved to a low.
Design animation can not only be eye-catching but also problem-solving. The key goal of the animation is to illustrate, simplify and intensify the mechanism of interaction and establish only then the so-called “wow effect.” Animation interface solutions, not pure decoration and amusement, should be introduced for usability purposes.