Inmoji ICE is the most engaging way to interact with friends on your favorite messaging apps.
Discover and share music, videos, products, locations, concerts, movies and more, anytime, anywhere.
Every Inmoji icon clicks to something exciting and unique so download and start tapping today!
Inmoji ice works with apps like Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Twitter, Viber, Telegram, Kakao Talk and more.
41 Trillion+ messages has been sent in 2015, Line users send 1.8 billion stickers daily.
When users spent their time through Inmoji ICE, they can save a lot of time from a complex ecosystem.
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1. Simplify the graphics
First time user experience was extremely important for us because of the fragility of engagement for new features.
We wanted create an experience that was clear, meaning interactions would be easy to adapt to and use.
In addition, we wanted to provide users more call to action and brands inmoji to choose.
The first version of UI design of Inmoji ICE is rough and not creative and we made a lot of changes with head navigation bar and Library campaign view.
In the second edition of standard campaign view, I added some transparency card with tutorial text to make user easy to use this app.
But as the hero picture and brands are so different, the transparency card is hard to recognize on some colorful pictures.
We also discovered that sometimes being too complicated might not be the right solution for our users.
As you can see, the final design of the user interface are split into a few parts: Library banner, choose the inmoji, and call to action.
2. Get rid of unnecessary text
Return user experience is a lot more valuable and complex.
Since users open the app, a lot tutorial text would make them lose patience,
I get rid of all the text content in tutorial banner and provide them with the simply graphic gesture.
Ultimately, we felt that the experience would give users the easy way to figure how to use this app.
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