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You can write some intriguing labels with technical words under loading screens, progress bars or success messages. This can convey the technical magic in a friendly way. For example "Advanced data parsing in progress", "Putting technology into motion", "Activating thousands lines of code". Reference picture: The Sims game used to have some funny labels ...


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It'll be helpful to deconstruct the basis of a good user experience here. The application that you have designed might be your and your team's greatest achievement technically. You might be crunching more data than Facebook's servers and doing a better job at it. You might also have built a better cross-OS, cross, device, real-time synced application better ...


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Please don'try to add complexity just for the sake of making the users understand how complex the backend system is. I'd suggest you redefine your goal to get more and more people signingup/using your application that itself would be indication of the successful app and eventually develops like a habit for the users (since you mention its has revolutionary ...


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You don't! The point of UX is making things simple and easy for the user. If you think its too empty it's more of a visual design issue. you could add visual elements like infographics or visuals if you think it'll help Look at Google's search page. So simple yet so sophisticated.


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Don't try to add complexity. I get that you believe the application should look and feel as smart as the backend solution, but adding elements for the sake of adding elements is not the way to go. If the app feels too simple, perhaps you should look into the real value it's bringing to the user. If they can't understand that value, maybe the problem isn't ...



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