[Interview] One UI Design: Creating the Best Galaxy Experience
There isn’t much you can’t do with a smartphone these days, from filming content to banking online from anywhere with just a few taps. But there is always room for improvement, and Samsung Electronics is constantly seeking to make the smartphone experience more intuitive to help us do even more. This is why One UI was created.
Unveiled in November 2018, One UI improved smartphone usability for millions of users. After two years of further evolution, Samsung launched One UI 3 in December 2020, building on the design, efficiency, and user experience of the original across various devices.
The 4 Principles of One UI
1) Focus on the task at hand
Galaxy Ecosystem Allows for Seamless Connectivity Between Devices
Another perk offered by One UI 3 is the ability to seamlessly switch between smartphones, tablets, and laptops.
Saving Your Time, Even if it’s Only 1 Second
Another updated feature available through One UI 3.1 is the integration of the Clock app with Digital Wellbeing’s Bedtime mode.3 After opening the Clock app, users can tap See More, then tap Set bedtime to set their sleep and wake-up times.
Feb 28, 2021 at 19:49