According to Statista, the number of app downloads is about 102,062 million currently. It is expected to reach 268,692 million by 2017.
Preference for mobile learning apps is growing rapidly as mobile phones have become an integral part of people’s life. Learners who are constantly on the move are benefiting hugely from these mobile apps as they are easier to access compared to courses on laptops or browsers.
For a mobile learning app to be effective, user experience should be taken into consideration as one among many important factors. Google has launched a mobile app called Google Primer which contains free mini lessons on various topics of which mobile web design principles and user experience is one. A designer can take inspiration from a few criteria in the Primer in order to create an app which provides a good and intuitive learner experience and engagement.
Want to know more about the factors an app should consider in order to overcome most of the issues that keep people from learning? Check out the SlideShare 5 ideas from Google Primer to inspire your next bite-size learning for mobile which covers the following:
- Designing for m-learning
- Designing for m-learning: Apps are the key
- Elegant m-learning design: Meet Google Primer
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