As more and more people rely on mobile devices to keep their personal data safe, the need for security apps has increased. However, many people are reluctant to download and use security apps because of the complex processes and technical jargon that is often used in these apps. If you want to make your security app presentation more user-friendly, write according to following 6 tips.
1. Use clear and concise language.
Security apps can typically be quite complex, but that doesn’t mean your presentation needs to be. Use clear and concise language to make sure your points are easy to follow.
When writing for your app, use concrete language. This will help your readers understand what you’re trying to say. Avoid words that are vague or difficult to understand. Stick to short sentences and words. Don’t use clichés or over-used expressions- for example, you can say that: “our app gives access to husband private messaging on facebook”, but you still better say: ” read texts in messengers”. The key to creating an impactful presentation is to be concise, yet informative. It’s easy to lose your audience when your language is unclear.
Keep your writing short and sweet. You don’t have to spend a lot of time crafting a long text. A well-written text will help your reader focus on the most important aspects of your app while keeping the content simple and understandable. Remember, there is a simple, yet effective way to explain your ideas.
2. Avoid technical jargon
Sure, while you created your security application, you used technical terms. But for presentation to the end-user, avoid using jargon as much as possible. If you must use technical terms, define them for the audience.
For example: “The firewall is a security measure that blocks unauthorized access to your computer system.”
This is clearer than saying: “A firewall is an application that restricts incoming and outgoing signals to and from data centers.”
The second sentence is more difficult to understand, and it doesn’t provide information that the average user would need to know.
3. Break down complex processes into easy-to-follow steps
When explaining complex processes, break them down into easy-to-follow steps. This makes your presentation more user-friendly and comprehensible. You can even imagine, that you are presenting to a child.
For example, if you’re discussing the process of installing a new piece of software, don’t just say: “First, open up the installer file.” Instead, say:
-“First, open up the installer file by double-clicking on it.”
4. Use visuals
Images, infographics, and videos can help to illustrate your points in a more engaging and visually appealing way. This makes it easier for your audience to understand complex concepts.
For example, if you’re discussing the process of installing a new piece of software, you could include an image of the installer file itself. Or, if you’re discussing the dangers of phishing scams, you could include a video demonstration of how one works.
5. Make use of headings and subheadings
Making use of headings and subheadings is also helpful for content organization. You can place them before or after the frame, but make sure they do not look like CTAs. When using subheadings, make sure to use a clear and concise title. Remember that subheadings should reflect the point of the text below. To make things easier for readers, write a list of points and then group them under a subheading. Then fill in the rest of the text.
For a clean and professional appearance, use headings and subheadings in the formatting toolbar. You can choose to use headings or subheadings as needed. Generally, headings are one to five words long, while subheadings may be longer. The first word of each subheading should be capitalized, but it is still important to avoid using all uppercase letters and caps when writing headlines and subheadings.
6. Use font size and color to highlight important information
It is important to use contrasting colors and font sizes to highlight important information. The more contrast between colors and sizes of different elements, the more attention they draw. In general, bigger elements draw more attention, as do smaller ones. For example, a newspaper headline dominates the attention of a viewer. A large, bold headline with a small, readable font is more likely to get the reader’s interest.
Changing the font size and color of the text is also easy. You may choose to change the typeface and font style to make your text stand out. When you’ve finished, choose the right one for your document!
The tips above will help make your security app presentation more user-friendly. By using clear and concise language, avoiding technical jargon, and breaking down complex processes into easy-to-follow steps, you can ensure that your audience understands the content of your presentation. You can also use images, infographics, and videos to illustrate your points, making them more engaging and visually appealing. Finally, be sure to organize your content using headings and subheadings, as well as font size and color, to highlight important information. With these tips in mind, you’re sure to create a presentation that is both informative and visually appealing!