Customize user interface

With PandaSuite, customize all the graphic elements of your user interface.

The user interface (UI) is one of the most crucial aspects of any application. It determines how users interact with your application and their overall experience.

The UI includes all elements a user can interact with, like buttons, menus, images, and more.

Wireframe and graphic style definition

Before diving into UI customization with PandaSuite, it's recommended to concretize your app vision in the form of a wireframe. The wireframe is a visual and schematic representation of your app's layout, with an emphasis on information organization and navigation.

Alongside your wireframe creation, it's essential to define your app's graphic style. Ensuring visual consistency across logos, colors, fonts, etc., is vital for creating a harmonious user experience. UI design also includes your application's UI components, such as buttons, lists, titles, and more.

Once these elements are defined, it's recommended to create a template for each screen. For instance, for a cooking recipe app, you could create the home screen, listing of recipes, and a recipe card.

Designing your screens

Your PandaSuite project contains a default screen. This is the screen where you import your elements. Imported objects and components appear in the object list located at the lower left of the interface.

To add vector shapes, click on the Shapes icon. To add a text block, click on the Text icon. These tools allow you to refine your app's appearance and add attractive visual elements.

To fine-tune your layout, use the alignment and layout options. These tools will help you position your elements precisely, thereby ensuring a professional and polished appearance.

Finally, don't forget to activate the grid to help align your elements. It's a valuable tool for maintaining the consistency and visual balance of your design.

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