We want to help people create the best user experiences possible for their apps. In the creative process of shaping such an experience you need to explore what others have done to define what works, what doesn’t and to observe patterns that you should or shouldn’t integrate in your app. UX Archive aims at helping designers in this process. We lay out the most interesting user flows so you can compare them, build your point of view and be inspired.
Note: UX Archive only archives user flows from iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 at the moment.
Before comparing any user flow, start by trying them out! Once you have been through them on the actual apps, use UX Archive to compare them! It will help you visualize all the flows and steps at a time to easily compare them. UX Archive will be a great tool for you and your team to support conversations about design patterns and user flows.
If you know of any interesting Apps, Tasks or Flows which should be included in UX Archive please let us know and we will be happy to add them! Also, if you see any mistake feel free to tell us about them. Also if you have designed interesting user flows we would love to hear about your process and post it on our blog.
Arthur is a French designer who moved to San Francisco in late 2011 to influence how people feed their mind. He is a co-founder and designer at Feedly.
Chris is an American developer and entrepreneur who moved to San Francisco in June 2012.
Nathan is a French developer who moved to San Francisco in 2011 and is now pushing lines of codes at SlideShare.
Here are a couple of sites referencing some great UX related content.
A Collection of iOS Screenshots for designers and developers to reference
Referencing user interfaces from a range of iPhone apps
Showcasing user interfaces crafted by some of the worlds most talented ui designers
A collection of inspired mobile patterns - splashscreens, login, sign up, profiles and many other patterns.
A collection of screenshots encompassing some of the best, most beautiful looking Android apps
Referencing user interfaces from a range of Android apps
Design inspiration and patterns of user interactions
Referencing nice UI details