The Lightweight Nature Of Akler’s App Design Enables Seamless Browsing Through Categories & Lessons
Thousands of words and phrases from any of the six languages are organized into 13 general categories, 26 phrase categories and 80 separate topics.
The user chooses the categories they want to learn from and the app generates a vocabulary study plan based on the user’s daily word goal and selected topics.
This amount of data is likely to result in a sluggish app with slow processing times that would undoubtfully cause a major user abandonment rate.
However, Rocketech managed to keep it all as lightweight and fast-moving as possible. They did it by developing a scalable architecture that allows the expansion of vocabulary and even the addition of new languages in future releases.
What is even more impressive is that Akler’s app design includes learning retention tools to help users memorize the words, like examples of word usage and audio pronunciation of words. Even these features do not compromise the app’s fluidity and fast-paced nature.
To top off the learning experience, a four-step exam that puts the user’s knowledge to the test comes at the end of each lesson.
Colorful Images And Eye-Candy Illustrations Lend A Distinctive Personality To The App Design
In total, there are over 120 different screens for each language and four iterations of design. This required Rocketech to be at the top of their game when coming up with visuals.
Custom and unique illustrations provide a dash of distinctive character to Akler’s app design. They make the app instantly recognizable in a sea of similar options in the App Store.
Colorful vectors complement the app’s frugal and austere UI suitably. Vibrant colors and cheerful graphics illustrate the phrase categories, lesson loading screens and the user’s personal stats and achievements.
The app buttons match the artwork’s playfulness with their rounded edges that give them a certain laid-back charm.