Now you will understand why you need to pay attention to the design of the online project manager you want to hire. Even if you should or should not keep using the one you have been using. To give you support in your reflection, I used research statistics given by Google and by BowenMedia. Also, I used the principles that lead the design departments of the most innovative technology companies. And Runrun.it follows such practices. Check out the three design principles that should exist in your online project manager:
Facing a clean design does not necessarily mean looking at more white space, but light and intuitive typography, icons and also spaces. Well, if there is a place to be clean, that’s your online project manager. Since it’s a crucial part of your work environment, it can’t be messy. Remind you already have to stay several hours staring at a screen without being too much distracted or tired too soon. Science proves what I’m saying:
• 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visual.
• 40% of people respond better to visual information than plain text.
• 40% of consumers are more likely to engage with brands that adopt high quality images on their websites.
Your online project manager needs to be easy to understand, regardless of your previous experience with computers, software and apps, and even independent of your ability to get focused. You and any member of the team should be able to work and browse in the system without much effort, even if it is the first time ever experiencing a management software. Intuitive design examples are the ones where you know exactly what to do and what you must find in every area.
According to Google, for 48% of users, a company does not care for them if its site does not work well on their mobile devices. How to disagree? In other words, all that users are asking for is a responsive design. So make sure you will hire an online project manager nice to use, no matter the size of the screen, whether a smartphone’s or a tablet’s. To give you an idea of the importance of a good design, also according Google,
• 50% of people said that, even they like a company, they will use its services less if the website is not optimized for mobile;
• 52% of users said that a bad experience on mobile made them stopping to be involved with a company;
• 57% guarantee not recommend a company whose site is not responsive;
• 67% of consumers are more willing to buy from a friendly-mobile site;
• 85% believe that the mobile version of a website should be as good as or even better than the desktop version;
I chose the Runrun.it to be a design reference, because the tool has been going through a great creative work to reach the interface and the resources that lead our users to more productivity with aesthetic comfort. Get interested and want to test? Try Runrun.it for free: http://runrun.it
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