Build Apps Users Want to Use
It's an unfortunate truth that most users don't stick with new apps very long. Every developer is looking for the one secret that will make users love their app. Sadly, there is no secret but there are a number of techniques available to developers that can make an app more compelling for users. These techniques actually focus on user psychology and even physiology, and as a developer you should employ these ideas when creating an app. This session covers three separate techniques rooted in psychology you can implement to make your app awesome and keep your users coming back.
About David Truxall
A long time resident of metro Detroit, Dr. Truxall has been slinging code for a living since 1995, working with enterprise web technologies, modeling business processes, and building public web sites and mobile apps for some of the largest organizations in North America. Always an enthusiast for troubleshooting systems, Trux has rescued numerous troubled applications and improved their performance. Co-author of the book "Android Best Practices", he speaks at local conferences and user groups. Currently Trux is working in mobility at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, bringing mobile apps and their supporting systems to the public sector.
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