Case study: UI design Spain Phone Number analysis of a sleep aid app

Now, we find more and more health apps: fitness apps, trackers, calorie counters, water and food diaries, activity reminders, etc. These apps do help us maintain our daily health.

Today we will share a UI Spain Phone Number design case of Slumber, a sleep aid app, led by UI/UX designer Ernest Asanov.

project

UI design of a sleep aid APP.

Target

Spain Phone Number
Spain Phone Number

Slumber is designed for people with sleep problems and includes stories and meditations. With this Spain Phone Number content, Slumber hopes to make users relax and get a good night’s sleep.

The main tasks of interface design are:

  1. Clear and intuitive navigation, users use this app mainly to relax, not spend hours getting information;
  2. Stylish visual graphics to create the right atmosphere for the product;
  3. Highly readable and engaging animations to support easy interaction.

The whole APP is very simple. There are three tabs in total, namely the home page, sleep library, and mine . Let’s take a look at the specific design ideas.

front page

 

As for the choice of colors and backgrounds, the mobile user interface is designed according to the functionality of the app. Slumber uses dark tones to convey a softly lit night vibe. There are also some corresponding graphics on the screen, and the overall look is sleek and deep.

 

The homepage features new episodes and popular playlists, and the tab bar links users to the app’s core functional areas: Home, Sleep Library, and My. Given that Slumber’s target audience is so broad, some users may not be familiar with the technology, so the designers adopted a label + icon approach to provide clear navigation for everyone.

 

Another nifty and eye-catching point on the screen is the custom artwork, which is animated with the preloader, making the wait not just tedious, but full of beauty appeal.

 

sleep library

There is a lot of light content to choose from in the sleep library, and to allow users to quickly skim, each option is accompanied by a corresponding theme image.

 

A straightforward filter system allows the user to choose the most comfortable setting and sound combination to complete the meditation or sleep experience. Users can adjust the background effects themselves to create personalized sounds. During the process of users adjusting and listening to music, the background image is always there and will not disappear, and the whole experience is complete.

 

Animations on Slumber are unobtrusive, but add style and a natural look to the interface during transitions. The chosen font is highly readable and the typography hierarchy is so clear that users can navigate the screen in a short amount of time.

 

The quality of the pictures in the sleep library is very high, which not only makes users look very comfortable visually, but also creates a good atmosphere for use.

 

mine

The “My” category has all the key information for users, users can set bedtime reminders, get sleep headphones, and a pricing screen shows users how to achieve advanced mode. In this module, the UI design also uses a dark background and bright patterns, which are easy to attract users’ attention.

 

This project was an interesting challenge, in the whole design process, it was. Necessary to consider the correspondence with the theme of “healthy sleep. But also pay attention to the fashion of the visual elements, to strike a balance between the two.”

 

Author: Tubik Studio

Original address: https://uxplanet.org/case-study-slumber-mobile-app-design-for-healthy-sleeping-83b0acb454b0

Translation: Bear Cub

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