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Create User Friendly Web Application

Group elements that are related. Users love apps they can easily use even without much help. When placing elements, try as much as possible to place together objects that are related so users can guess where exactly to find the information or control they are looking for. It is also a good idea to buffer the grouped controls under a single drop-down so they do not end up interfering with other features you have on the app.

Use modals sparingly. They may be a modern popup windows answers, but you do not want to end up overusing them otherwise you will end up annoying users and making them turn off the application. Use them only to draw attention of the users, but avoid forcing them to focus their attention to them every way they turn. It is a very good idea that you make the modal popups, easy to dismiss with an icon or button that is clearly visible.

Plan the app out before developing. One of the most important things to remember is that making changes to your web app after it has been developed can be quite tricky. To make things easier for you, ensure that you start by breaking the web application down into a wireframe before you start coding. Create a nice user flow and then move step by step till you have a complete product.