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Looking for advice on app UX. My app has a feed view similar to Acorns. How can I nudge people to click on the cards? My first thought was doing something like a WalkMe tutorial. Any other thoughts?

Product Design/General · February 19, 2019 at 6:32pm

Looking for advice on app UX. My app has a feed view similar to Acorns. How can I nudge people to click on the cards? My first thought was doing something like a WalkMe tutorial. Any other thoughts?

February 19, 2019 at 6:32pm

February 19, 2019 at 6:49pm

I think it's a safe assumption to make that people understand that cards are tappable elements. But, assuming you're having issues with engagement in your particular case you can do a little animation using some logic where after ~5 seconds, if someone hasn't tapped anything, the card does a very minor bounce up and bounce back into place (or left/right/etc.) Just a subtle nudge that just focuses attention on that element and lets someone know that it's a thing that you can interact with

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Thanks, Elias! Yes, it is based on some data that my co-worker gave me. I like your idea. Thanks!!

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Oh perfect. No problem!

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I agree, we are definitely in the age of minor animations to encourage and prompt desired actions.

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What do you recommend, Jarod?

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Agreed. Thanks for your help!

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