Fingerprints, facial or voice recognition, and iris scan aren’t a part of a spy movie plot anymore. While the products with a biometric-based technology are overtaking traditional login requirements, facial gestures have started changing the UX.

 

Facial expressions are getting a lot of attention in the world of technology right now. That means UX designers should start incorporating these unique forms of personal identification and identity management in their mobile apps. This may help both end-users and businesses using this technology carry up the security to the next level.

 

Face tracking has greater potential than you might imagine. Not only just the pile of poo saying “I love you” and copying your facial expressions. On the other hand, it’s too early to say that face recognition can replace good old touch and swipe mobile gestures in iOS or Android.

Conclusion

Maybe not completely aware of it, but on a daily basis, we use a dozen types of gestures to interact with touchscreen devices. And we’re tending to use them even more often in 2019.

 

In-app gestures, animation, and facial recognition are the top priorities designers should keep in mind creating new mobile app interfaces in 2019. Today, a huge UX industry engine keeps working to deliver more futuristic and seamless products to users. So, keep this in mind and make your apps not only useful but entertaining too. Simple and familiar to use.

 

In today’s competitive market, how well gestures are implemented into the user experience will significantly decide about the success of the mobile app.