User Interface and Design
For a mobile website building app to be considered easy to use, it should have an intuitive and user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate with touch controls. The app should provide clear and concise instructions on how to use its various features and tools, and it should allow users to easily preview their website and make changes on the go.
If you understand what “swipe” and “drag” means, the learning curve will be easy for you.
GIZI receives positive ratings for its ease of use. The interface is pretty intuitive, allowing users to navigate and understand the app’s features without much hassle.
Testers noted that the learning curve for GIZI is relatively easy, particularly if users are familiar with terms like “swipe” and “drag.” These concepts facilitate a smooth learning process for users of various skill levels.
Working With GIZI
GIZI’s workflow efficiency was well regarded, with tasks being easily accomplished through minimal steps. However, testers pointed out room for improvement in terms of pre-filled content, which can sometimes be lengthy and require manual deletion.
A mobile website building app that is clear should be easy to navigate, with clear and concise labels for all buttons and menus. The app should provide intuitive and logical workflows, so that users can easily find the features they need and accomplish their goals without confusion or frustration.
Helpful tooltips and guidance during workflows.
Instructions and Tooltips
Our reviewers noted that the app provides clear instructions and tooltips, helping users during onboarding and in while they work. The guidance enhances the usability of the different features within the app.
While GIZI’s interface generally maintains a consistent design, there are some issues with visual hierarchy. The placement of certain buttons, such as creating a new page, could be improved for a more intuitive experience.
The app demonstrates consistent design and behavior, following a color scheme of black, grey, and white with a prominent blue action button.
A mobile website building app that is lightweight should load quickly and operate smoothly, with minimal lag or delays.
The website looks good on phone and tablets. On computers, the pictures can be almost full width. I don’t like that, because it requires very good pictures. The biggest problem is that there is no page menu. You have to build it in the footer of your website. It may be OK on phones, but on computers, it makes navigation difficult (because vertical scrolling on a computer is not as easy as on a phone.)
GIZI offers a range of customizable templates for different industries, but some of the designs could be improved. The aesthetic appeal is relatively good overall, although navigation the display of images on larger screens needs work.
GIZI provides some design flexibility, offering customization options for fonts and background colors. However, limitations were observed in terms of color customization beyond background colors.
Business Ethics refers to the principles and considerations that guide the development and usage of the application, ensuring responsible and user-centric practices. It involves adopting ethical standards, maintaining user privacy and security, and prioritizing user experience.
The focus is rather on graphic design than on sales.
The application primarily emphasizes graphic design and does not excessively emphasize sales.
GIZI provides helpful tooltips and guidance, contributing to strong user education and providing a clear understanding of the app’s features and capabilities.
GIZI doesn’t, however, sufficiently prioritize content quality and organization. Instead, it places more emphasis on features and add-ons to create the impression of site quality.