Welcome to the monthly round-up for May of Flaws in our Stars – we ask our SM audience which UI is better and why.
The thing we love best about building our community is that we get to communicate with like-minded people and hear their opinions. To do more of that, we started an activity called Flaws in our Stars to engage with our audience on all things design!
We share weekly posts where we ask you to pick the best UI UX out of two options with your opinions on why it’s correct!
So in this round-up, we discuss our opinions, the preferences of the audience, and finish it off with a summary!
We ask folks for their opinions on Yellowchalk’s social media handles. This month we shared four UI screens – flight booking, billing info, personal details, and a food add-ons page.
Unanimously Option A
The audience unanimously agreed that the UI of option A provided a better user experience in regard to usability and visuals.
Mostly option A but also B
Most of the audience was in tune with our pointers. While we understand that experienced users may not need an explanation for a ‘CVV’ option, it can save a lot of confusion, time, and dependability for novice users.
Option B but also option A
For Option B
For Option A
A quick and easy onboarding process is one of the benchmarks and first impressions a user gets out of a new product. While both A and B have several advantages to their design, option B provides the user with the option of quickly moving from the onboarding to the usage of the product, thus saving them time. This experience is invaluable in making a good first impression, and paving the way to create user stickiness.
Tied between Option A and Option B
The verbiage was a contested point for both versions of this design. According to our insights, Add-ons is more accurate as ‘Extras’ denotes more of the same meal whereas ‘add-ons’ tells us that you can add something additional to the meal as well. Option A can only be a viable option after some changes as it does not portray the best UI or UX at the moment.
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