4 applicable elements to make your web application successful

June 18, 2021


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![enter image description here](https://cms.rootstack.comhttps://cms.rootstack.com/sites/default/files/blog/img/appwebpsd.jpg) Success is not something that we have assured when launching a web application. If it does not meet the expectations or demands of the users it will not have the positive effect we look from the beginning. **Web applications** are designed to comply with a specific business process, either to view statements, assign the logistics of a service, view a list of segmented clients, among others. The use of the web application will be exclusive to the company in such a way that the functionalities, design and other elements will be developed specifically to meet the objectives of the company. ---------- There are certain elements that we can take into account to ensure the success of our web application. - **Strategy** - As part of the definition of the business model on what is desired with the web application and its scope we must generate strategies to achieve the goals with the appropriate approach and in time avoiding mistakes of planning or time spent unnecessarily. You can define, based on the current situation, **optimal strategies** for the development, implementation and promotion of your new system. - **Usability and experience** - The web application should focus on having optimal **usability** and providing an excellent **experience** to users. Hand in hand with the design you can generate a clear, simple and adequate design so that the user knows each functionality and can make use of it in an efficient way. If it lacks these elements, it will not have a positive result on users. - **Access** - Access is essential, not only for the safety of the tool but also for the processes that you will handle with your team and clients. Without this access, there is a risk that your information will reach malicious people and the customers will not feel secure using it or giving additional information. It will generate users and passwords quickly and easily so customers and employees can execute predefined actions. For example, if you have a software to view and coordinate the installation of a product, the client will request the installation appointment from the web application, defining the estimated time and date, then a notification would arrive to the customer service agent and next to the request it could confirm the installation on the programmed schedule. Giving you personalized customer service and clear information to your employees. - **Speed** - As we mentioned in other blogs, the loading [speed](https://www.rootstack.com/en/blog/speed-becoming-coin-success) and how you run each functionality within the web application will be crucial for end user acceptance. A slow and complicated application will generate a bad user experience and it will be difficult to recuperate interest in the final functionality of the web application. ---------- By fulfilling these elements you can ensure that the new implementation is **effective and successful.** It will achieve the **satisfaction** of its workers by facilitating the repetitive steps by means of an intelligent tool involving the clients in each process with notifications and information in **real time.**