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November 8, 2021
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Manjusha Sahare

UX (User Experience) design is the process of designing (physical or digital) products that are useful, easy to use, and engaging to interact with. It’s about enhancing the experience that people have while interacting with a product and ensuring that they find value in what you provide.

Nowadays, there are numerous products with similar features that solve the same problem. To get ahead in the competition, businesses try to create products that users engage with. The only was to achieve this is to OFFER A GREAT UX!

When offered a good UX, customers enjoy their time with your product and they become satisfied with your business. Increased customer satisfaction means it is much easier to attract new customers, convert first-time users into regular ones and retain existing customers.

In order to design products that offer great UX, you must see the best examples of UX design...

One of the best examples is 'Google':

  1. Google, officially founded on the 4th of September 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, is the world’s biggest search engine without a doubt.
  2. Over 3.5 billion searches are made every day with Google, which translates to 1.2 trillion searches per year.
  3. Investing in and researching web-based technologies, machine translation, artificial intelligence, and various other fields has led Google to become a massive business and the first technology companies that come to mind.

Why has Google become this successful? Is it solely because of their marketing campaigns or their investments in technology?

  1. No, perhaps the biggest reason behind their success is the great UX offered by the Google search engine.
  2. It is the most simple and fastest tool ever created. It doesn’t require a tutorial to use and you type in what you want to search for and hit the 'Enter' key.
  3. The product has always been like this. It seems like it will only get easier, simpler and faster with time.


WEM has multiple features and a powerful UI/UX is one of those features of WEM. WEMs process-based modelling approach makes building apps an intuitive experience through the use of fully customizable out-of-the-box user interface designs.

UX possibilities on WEM

CSS styling

We can use inline CSS or internal CSS on WEM templates. For that we need to define a unique 'class' with 'div' outside of the WEM element and according to that 'class,' CSS can be applied.

For example:

<style>---CSS Code---</style><div class=”className”>WEM element</div>

Other objects

WEM has some widgets to improve UX in WEM. Some of them are:

  • Draw signature, which provides a whiteboard to draw with a clear button.
  • Image Capture, which provides drag and drop facility to drop image
  • Audio Player, which provide an option to select audio file
  • Calendar, which provide a calendar facility with all year option
  • QR Code Generator, which provide a facility to generate QR code for application
  • Progress Bar, which provides an option to display progress and many more...
  • We can also create custom widgets in WEM


We can also use JavaScript for at WEM template. JavaScript is used to define the behavior of the element. For example,

<script>-------Script code------</script>