What is an intuitive design?
In broad terms an overall sense, intuitive design is the process of creating websites and applications that are easy to use. This is achieved by an investigation into user stereotypes and expectations. Designers have to consider these stereotypes and expectations to create an interface that is customized to the user’s needs. This is accomplished by establishing an easy path for users to interact with.
To achieve this it is necessary that to achieve this, the UI must be designed in a way that all information and tasks are easily accessible without needing to traverse a menu warren. This is accomplished by placing elements on the screen that are connected to one another and also by providing feedback when the user works. This will allow them to avoid mistakes and give users a better understanding of how the application works.
This is why the user experience (UX) is so important for an intuitive design. Users will quickly abandon any product that doesn’t conform to their expectations of the user interface, and this could result in a negative impression of your company’s image as well.
The best method to increase your product’s usability is to conduct user research and conducting in-app surveys. This will allow you to collect both quantitative and qualitative data that will tell you how to make your products more intuitive and easier to use. In the end, this will lead to better customer satisfaction and increased conversion rates.