Here is an inspiration gallery of mobile app websites that every designer should have a look at. These app websites are great examples of UX design!
Let’s assume that you had an excellent idea for a mobile app and you decided to bring it to life. You’ve created a great mobile app, spending months on user experience design, development and testing, and you’ve launched it. Now you need to spread it to the masses!
There are many steps to launch a mobile app and incite downloads, but we will focus on the importance of your mobile app’s website design in this post.
You can launch either a dedicated website for your app, or simply create a landing page for your mobile app on your current website. We suggest to create a mobile-friendly micro-site to promote, share and spread your mobile application.
App micro-sites are popping up left, right and center. With the app stores full to the brim with a gargantuan number of apps, putting your mobile app out there and grappling for attention can get tricky.
You definitely need a great mobile app website design that showcases your app in the best possible way.
The formula that seems to work best, is to keep your product smack in the middle and surround it with beautiful colors and a clean user interface design.
Vibrant colors, fullscreen images, videos and other catchy and memorable resources all add to the allure. Mobile app websites, when designed right, are a great source of inspiration.
If you’re in need of inspiration for your mobile app’s website design, have a look at these incredible app websites that will give you some ideas for your next project.
Acorns is a financial app that was designed to help people, especially first-time investors, get started in investing with small automated investments into a portfolio of exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, that the company selects and balances.
The user experience design of Acorns app makes it easy to get started anytime, anywhere, with any amount of money.
BeardSwipe is an excellent April Fools’ Day app prank — a mobile application that allows bearded men to access their iPhone by rubbing their phones against their facial hair.
The iStrategyLabs designed a single-page app website that elegantly communicated the full offering of the BeardSwipe app.
Bright New Day app delivers a feed of inspirational and motivational wisdom from remarkable people and cultures throughout time. Responsive one-page mobile app website design features neat transitions as you scroll for the “It’s a Bright New Day” motivational quote app.
Fabrik app enables you to create beautiful portfolio websites. You can add images and video to your projects and blogs, choose how your work is displayed, pick a theme and customise your site design to make it truly one of a kind.
Facebook Groups mobile app enables you to create a secret group, a closed group or public groups where people are already discussing topics that are most interesting to you. The app website has a simple, clean one-page user interface design.
Forest, is a productivity app that asks you to pay attention to a task by leaving your phone alone for a half hour, or the tiny sapling on your screen dies. If you want to save a tree, you have to kill your distractions.
Great one-page app website with beautiful vectoral illustrations, simple and to the point.
Kredo mobile app lets you create, edit, and manage your portfolio effortlessly on the go — even without an internet connection.
The portfolio app features a nicely usable, clean interface with some excellent sharing and networking functions. The mobile app’s website design is also in line with the app’s user interface, clean and usable.
You can create a stunning printed photo book from your phone in a snap with the Mosaic app. The app has a great website with easy to understand explanations for the whole process. The use of photography stands out!
Citymapper is an award winning transport app, built for the real world of commuters and their daily needs. The app has designed with the language that users speak, to make it easier to connect with them in short period. For example, we click on the ‘get me somewhere’ button instead of clicking on ‘search route’ or ‘find journey’ to get directions for a place we want to go.
Napkin app lets you design quick mockups directly on your iPhone. A great tool for UI & UX designers on the go!
The mobile app’s website uses scrolling parallax design. Keep scrolling down and you’ll find cool animated effects.
You can add beautiful text & artwork to your photos by Over app. The app’s one-page website has a very simple interface design, and we especially liked the great use of video.
The famous Periscope app by Twitter has a very simple website design and the video on the home page tells it all!
Unlike traditional scanning apps which detect letters and numbers, Scannr app works by reading barcodes. One quick snap of the back of the license and the holder’s data is retrieved swiftly and accurately.
Simple UI design with nice use of color gradients.
SupperClub is a social food and friends app that helps you easily create or join supper club groups, share recipes, share photos of your food experiences, and schedule or attend Supper Club events.
SupperClub mobile app’s website is very informative with a few subpages. We especially liked the selection of colors and simple design layout.
Timehop mobile app lets you see your photos and updates from this exact day in history.
Timeless is a unique clock and calendar app from Simplebots, visualizing the simple momentum of changing time through beautiful colors and movement. Although the app’s one-page website has a neat layout, we would expect it to be more colorful like the mobile app’s user interface design.
Urban Walks is an award-winning mobile app which helps you explore New York like never before and lets you discover a mix of well-known landmarks and hidden gems at your own pace. A great website design for a great app! Definitely an inspiration for all designers.
Weathertron is a new kind of weather report app: an instant, accurate data visualization of your entire day.
Spotify is a mobile app designed for music lovers. The app lets users to play any artist, album or playlist and create their own music collection using its free and premium versions.
What makes the app unique is the tone of voice used for Spotify is always at its best and the app is accessible to everyone. What is more, the design team always make sure to add new features which will be really needed and will make it feel good to use the app.
If you want to learn more, here is a very useful article: Spotify UX Analysis
Uber is a ridesharing app for fast, reliable rides in minutes—day or night. The app brings a simple solution for users who lose time for searching a park place or waiting a taxi or bus. With the simple and fresh design,
The process of ordering a cab in Uber is an example of linear user experience, one of the popular mobile UX design trends in 2018. It is a UX with a specific beginning, middle, and end that allows users to complete one action with each step. It also notifies users about the time left to complete the task.
There are so many different styles and techniques in designing a mobile app website. It’s the best to be up on great user interface design and the ways in which to make it useful.