There is a lot of software that claims to have the "minimalist UI", but they just end up to hide most of the features to show that their interface is minimalist and the software is simple.
The key to minimalism isn’t making the interface simple per se. It’s about making it as simple as it needs to be.
There are some of the software with the minimalist interface that actually work.
Instagram is one of the biggest social media platforms now. Last year, after they underwent the design change, the user experience got so much smoother and easier.
Now when you scroll your newsfeed on Instagram, you will focus on the content uploaded rather than other clutters in design.
If you blog everyday, you must know about Medium. One of the best thing with Medium is, you can actually focus on your readings rather than the fancy design or colorful photos that can easily distract you.
Most recently redesigned last October, the Medium app lets you personalise what kind of blog posts you receive in your feed, and offers a selection of ‘Top Stories’ and 'Editors’ picks' on its homepage. But where it really comes into its own is in the reading experience, which is elegantly and artfully designed for relaxed and enjoyable reading.
Pinterest is a great source of beautiful and inspirational photos for you. They have photos to set up as cards. You can create organization and flow in a design. Cards also rely on established user behavior patterns, making UI easy to use.
Every element lives in a container that relates to a specific action, such as activating a link, filing out a form, or sharing the link.
What's your favorite app?