A customised backend is often required for unique projects. These sometimes contain large amounts of data and in specific data formats. A standard content management system falls by the wayside here because it imposes its own limits on your system and therefore develops "against" the system instead of "with" it.
Did you know that your backend app should also take into account a number of UX guidelines? Here are a few:
- Double confirmation for delete actions. Nothing more annoying than a delete action that is immediately executed by pressing a button once.
- Colours as a guide. Research has clearly shown that people are influenced by colours, and we can use that in a positive way in our backend apps.
- Consistency is king. A management interface that feels recognisable and familiar has a higher satisfaction score.
A backend application is often part of a project that also requires a customised frontend application. We pay attention to the user-friendliness of both front-end and back-end applications.
We use Laravel Nova as a backend system to manage your data neatly.
It allows us to quickly create well-organised admin panels and give you control over your data.
Do you need a backend experience that really makes you happy and in which you can easily find your way?