Data Driven UIs

Data Driven UIs

Data driven UIs refer to a set of metrics according to which we measure the performance and quality of a UI.


Make sure your users have the best experience

Data Driven UIs

We all know that the performance of an UI is crucial for a nice customer experience. But what exactly do we mean when we talk about performance and "fast" websites? It's crucial to be explicit and refer to it in line with the desired criteria that can be quantified objectively. These criteria are usually referred to as metrics.

We structure the metrics around a few important questions to ensure that they are meaningful to users:

  1. Is the navigation working properly? Is the server still responsive?
  2. Is there enough material rendered for consumers to interact with?
  3. Is it possible for people to engage with the page, or is there too much traffic?
  4. Is the interaction fluid and natural, with no lag?


We help you improve the performance of these five metrics

When building new features, it's critical to test performance in a consistent and controlled environment. While this is a good proxy for performance, it doesn't always reflect how all users perceive your site in the real world. Based on a user's device capabilities and network conditions, a site's performance might vary considerably. Only by measuring your site's performance as users load and engage with it can you fully understand how well it performs for them.

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1. Percieved load speed

Perceived page load speed is the time it takes for a page to load and render all of its visual information on the screen.

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2. Load responsiveness

Load responsiveness refers to how rapidly a page loads and executes the relevant JavaScript code, allowing components to respond to user interaction quickly.

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3. Runtime responsiveness

How rapidly can the website respond to user action once it has loaded?

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4. Visual consistency

Do items on the website move in unexpected ways, thereby interfering with users' interactions?

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5. Smoothness

Do transitions and animations flow smoothly from one state to the next?