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It's a tough question because it depends on a lot of things within your app. Things such as overall UX, UI elements and UI interaction you support today. Is there a wizard teaching your users design patterns of your app (eg. swipe to get to the next step in the wizard for example) and so on... Assumption #1 If you do provide some sort of a wizard ...


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Yes, there are at least 2 good reasons If you any interactive elements in the body (even an IOS-style ellipsis °°° navigator) it can be confusing to users to "tap on interactive elements, but tap anywhere else to move to the next slide". Users often tap accidentally on mobile devices, so if you decide to do this, make sure you provide a back button of ...


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The process of getting someone to use your website / application is called user onboarding, it includes everything from sign up onwards. User onboarding almost always includes some sort of tutorial to explain some of the intricacies of the UI. useronboard.com has lots of walk-throughs of user onboarding on different websites. You should get some ideas of ...



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