Which and when to use: SPA vs MPA
While building a website it is essential to see the bigger picture of the whole project, thereupon it is important to understand that there are two different ways to do it. When should you use a single-page application and when should you use a multi-page application? Check out these UX tips for some guidance.
When it comes to thinking about the user experience on the websites and applications it is easy to put all responsibility on designers. As an uprising expert in computer science, you should know that it is not entirely true.
Today, the digital landscape is filled with competitiveness, and everyone is keen to provide the best UX. Different product teams face diverse challenges – marketers need to maximize the return of investment, meaning to not end up with minimum conversions and high bounce rates; designers need to make create beautiful user interfaces across the platform; developers have to build a system that withstands high-traffic volumes and reduce load-times. From developers to marketers, everyone is trying to reduce user frustration while using the website. The frustration of the user can be defined as the following “I do not understand how to buy this product”, “I do not understand how to use this site”, and “this site is taking forever to load, therefore it does not seem trustworthy”.