Well developed retail app can boost your sales by upto 60 % according to reports in 2017 .So if you have chunky store for selling products or is having an e-commerce website , investing in mobile applications is good opportunity for your business .
30% of all online sales now happens on mobile based application only . But if you are thinking that revenue will touch sky after launching just another app in the market , it will obviously not .Sales and their conversion required good app building with well planned strategy and UI .
Some checklist for developing your app is given below :
1)Designing Must Be For Multiple Devices
I really don’t know why most web and native app designer ignores fluid responsiveness.
Designing of the app must be done keeping in mind both fixed and fluid design.
In case you are preferring to design only fixed layout , it may not be compatible with all devices screen . The app may look fully compatible with the device it is made for , but will not at all be compatible with other screen devices.
For retail app aesthetics matters a lot . In retail industry people buy what they see ( jo dikhta hai wahi bikta hai ) . So what looks good will sells better definitely .
The solution to above problem is fluid design. It simply means text , typography and graphics will adjust dynamically according to the availability of the screen size. Its preferable to use low resolution images thus owing to lower response time.
2)User Friendly Categories , Filter And Sorting
3)Design Product Page Details
The product page should be handled carefully as it shows all the thing required by the user .Starting from pricing , full description and product image , user will obviously be looking for the same on the product page itself .Also on the product page itself , relevant product and products similar to the product user is seeing should also help user to decide what products is desired by them , and thus user will tend to buy more from you .
Your user makes the crucial decision, ‘to buy or not to buy’ here. Design better product pages for better sales.