ICO Web Design
UX stands for ‘User Experience’. This design involves all processes that a particular product or service does. Interact with users The focus is on bringing the product or service to the sample. In order to collect information and ‘feedbacks’ thoroughly to develop further products or services. The UX test should be done before and after the product launch. It covers digital products / services. And products / services in general.
UI stands for ‘User Interface’, a design that emphasizes the design of ‘screens’ or platforms. Businesses make contact with users. For example, websites, applications, games, as well as tangible hardware such as touch screen devices, etc. For the work of UI designers, it must appear tangible. The developers of the app. Or programmer Can be used immediately.
An ICO (Initial Coin Offering) is a way of funding new technology, for example, the aim being to use said funding to take it to market. Similar to how an IPO funds a new company on the stock market.
A security token is a physical device used to gain access to an electronically restricted resource. The token is used in addition to or in place of a password. It acts like an electronic key to access something. Examples include a wireless keycard opening a locked door, or in the case of a customer trying to access their bank account online, the use of a bank provided token can prove that the customer is who they claim to be.
“An efficient and attractive design is an integral part of a successful ICO, so we offer UI/UX design and custom development of the Token Sales pages.”