6 Steps to Perfection
At its core, UI/UX design exists in order to solve a problem. We analyze user interactions, opinions, and feedback to gain authentic, data-backed insights into the problem (so we can start working on a viable design solution).
Understanding the problem is step one. Learning how to actually solve it is step two. We conduct industry research to see how specific product design enhancements can potentially improve the experience for its users.
By this stage, we have some good ideas…but we want to make sure before committing resources to the project. Our UI/UX design team shares paper portrayals, whiteboard streams, and wireframes with your key stakeholders.
Following your team’s approval of the layout and flow of the interface, we start working on the final graphics and turning the initial mockups and wireframes into high-quality images with themes and styles applied to them.
While our design team works on step 4, our development team gets started implementing the back-end functionality. When the design is ready, the developers connect the UI and bring everything together as one product.
It’s time to launch your new (or updated) product to evaluate the system’s usefulness and confirm that the problem identified in step one has been adequately addressed. If not, it’s back to the drawing board until it has.