I always find new apps when I search “great UX”. I won’t know these products first hand, and I can only know it in bits and pieces - as much as the author of the post talks about.
What are some everyday apps/products with great UX?
I’d love to know your thoughts on this.
My nomination: Dropbox.
Dropbox has really mastered microinteractions.
- There is feedback for everything.
- You can “Undo” a delete - holds up to a very important heuristic: being able to reverse errors.
- Add a new folder, it shows you what might happen before you commit the change.
- The photo album has a timeline. Hover on it, it shows you what might happen. Click on it, proper feedback. Genius.
Its really these little things that make it so easy to use Dropbox.