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An important part of making your app a success is building an attractive and consistent user experience (UX). This means making the user interface intuitive and easy to understand, while also making it appealing to the eye. Ideally, your interface should also be as consistent as possible with other apps the user encounters on a day-to-day basis (although, of course, the degree to which this applies will vary depending on the type of app you're creating).
User experience documentation
- Design asset library
- A library of downloadable design assets you can use to help speed the development of your user interface.
- Firefox OS style guide
- A guide to how things should look and feel, including the rules for app icons, the preferred style for how text should look in buttons and other user interface elements, and standard terminology.
Getting help from the community
Need help on a UX-related problem and can't find the solution in the documentation?
- Consult the web apps forum:
- Consult the layout forum, which covers CSS and HTML:
- Ask your question on the Mozilla IRC channel: #openwebapps