Of all the users I asked, the vast majority wanted the app to include some functionality that it didn't have. One of them is chatting and I think it has to be included in the app so that users can share movies/news with each other without ever leaving the app executive email list or logging into another app. There is a high chance that the user will quit the app during this executive email list operation. Users want to spend as little time as possible performing a certain task, so our job as
UX designers takes all of this into consideration while creating an experience. Here's what I added to the app and why chat (mentioned above) Personal Favorites: executive email list While the original app already gave you the ability to create lists, users didn't even know this feature existed (based on research I did), so I focused on making it primary and getting rid of the "watchlist" system . This provides users with the ultimate freedom to create collections according executive email list to their own criteria. Improve the feed: From the statistics it can be seen that a small number of users are interested in reading news,
I think this is because the user is not seeing what he/she is interested in. Now, after the registration page, the user will get an unlimited number of swipe to generate tabs. v What it does: Helps the app learn more about the user, thus showing each user a unique newsfeed executive email list, depending on the chosen tab. Here's how it's integrated in the UI: Discovery Mode: Facing too much content often confuses users. I would like to make the application simpler by adding a "discovery mode". This feature divides content into categories, which aids in navigation and helps users avoid confusion.