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Mobile App Development

Ravi Kiran Trade Show SaaS Company Founder, Ex Advg CEO, Animal and People Lover @ravitwo

Last updated on February 27th, 2019

I have two alternative designs for a mobile app I am developing for B2B sales people. Other than asking one person at a time and using my judgment, what are the other smart ways of deciding which one to develop?

Keith Lang Product Designer

February 22nd, 2019

There are good Slack groups focused on Product Design. Some googling should find you something in your time zone.

Pavel Demeshchik Co-founder & CEO at datarockets. I know how to build successful IT products & companies

Last updated on February 27th, 2019

To know for sure I'd recommend to implement the both of them and let users decide with A/B testing. The one which drives better engagement and conversion rate, obviously, is better.


If you don't have enough resources to implement the both versions, you can hire a UX agency that can shed some light here. The common practice for them is to convert static designs into interactive prototypes and run similar A/B tests on focus groups.


And the last option is to ask people around. It doesn't require much resources, but it is the least reliable option. I've seen similar questions on launch-chat.slack.com and product-school.slack.com. Also, there are many FB groups you can ask these, but I'm not really into facebook and can't provide any links

Zlatko Petrov Founder & CEO

February 28th, 2019

I would recommend to ask your UX/UI designers to provide you with mockups that will be closer to a real app. They can leverage some of the power behind tools like Framer, InVision, etc. that will allow to test transitions, and the entire flow. This should provide much better and close to reality experience to your prospective testers and will significantly shorten the time required for implementation in iOS or Android. Cheers! Zlatko