Does the Zapable App Builder deliver on its promise of helping online marketers quickly and easily create Apps that can be used to drive revenue from affiliate marketing and local businesses?
Hanif Quentino answers this question in his in-depth article, which can be seen on this website:
The Zapable App Builder by Andrew Fox and Peter Parks is a drag'n'drop technology that allows complete newbies to quickly create simple, content based Apps. Hanif's Zapable review addresses many issues with this software. The barrier to entry for the world of mobile development is lower today than it has ever been before. However, while anyone can create a mobile app, this does not mean that everyone has the ability to make a great app. Professional designers command high salaries for a reason, and a huge part of that is the amount of time that they have spent learning how to do their jobs well.
If you want to try developing a mobile app yourself, you will need to spend some time learning basic design rules. The good news is that if you follow those rules you will be able to build a great looking, easy to use app that will impress your users. Here are 16 killer tips and rules that the pros follow in their work.
1 - Choose a Readable Font
Unless your target audience is graphic designers, your users probably won't know a lot about typography. This means you don't have to spend hours considering the difference between Arial and Helvetica. However, you should pick a font that is clean, clear and easy to read. In addition, you should set font sizes for titles, menus, headings and text, and stick to them throughout the app.
2 - Use Consistent Margins and Padding
Define the layout for the screen, and use that layout for every single screen. Core UI elements should be the same throughout the app, and any space around the edges should be consistent too. Even small differences in layout will be noticed. A non-designer might struggle to quantify what the problem is, but they will feel that the app looks unprofessional.
3 - Make Each Shade and Color Serve a Purpose
Colors are not just something that makes an app look pretty. There are standard conventions in the design world, such as green meaning "use this" and red signifying "warning". Faded out UI elements are considered less important than bold elements, and so on. Think about the colors you choose and make sure their meaning is obvious to everyone.
4 - Keep UI Elements Consistent Across All Screens
If your back button is blue and 15px high on one screen, make it the same on all other screens. You can make this easy to do by defining instances of each UI element, and simply instantiating them when they are needed. Any good design framework will make it easy to keep a consistent layout and look and feel.
Hanif Quentino in-depth Zapable review can be seen on this site:
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Hanif Quentino's full Zapable review can be seen on this thread:
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