UI/UX Design

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Design Thinking Process

 

Centered design principles 

Human-centered design (HCD) is a term product designers use to describe how they design for people. HCD creates problem-solving solutions by incorporating the human perspective into all stages of the problem-solving process.

Let’s Start our Journey together with stakeholders, Customers, and goals in mind. 

I am sure you have been asked many times “What process do you follow when designing apps and websites?” There is a simple reason why this question is so popular among designers: depends on the type of product you’re designing.

Let’s Start our Journey together with stakeholders, Customers, and goals in mind. 

I am sure you have been asked many times “What process do you follow when designing apps and websites?” There is a simple reason why this question is so popular among designers: depends on the type of product you’re designing.

Design Thinking

Iterative process in which we seek to understand our users, challenge assumptions, redefine problems and create innovative solutions which you can prototype and test.

Different projects require different approaches.  Checkout Service Blueprinting.

1- LISTEN

Interviewing and observation are two important methods for me to collect qualitative data as part of my research. 

2 - ANALYZE

Analyze – Scenarios – Synthesis

 
  • Competitive analysis
  • Talk to competitors’ customers. 
  • Identify their strengths and weaknesses. 
  • Compare visual and language styles
  • Check online reviews. 
  • Talk to competitors’ customers. 
  • Identify their strengths and weaknesses. 
  • Compare visual and language style

3- DESIGN

Workflow – Wireframing –  Prototyping

On design ,one size does not fit all. The needs and preferences of users, are different. My way of starting a projects is different from job to job for some jobs i start from interviewing the user. for some other my priority is to find the problem. checking out the competition is also good way to see the big picture.

4- Test

Development – Technical testing

  1. moderated or collaborative approach, which relies on input from users for interface designers;
  2. statistical experience analysis, which measures aspects of an application as it works and looks for evidence of improved UX;
  3. interaction analysis, which examines how users progress through a sequence of screens to accomplish a task; and
  4. Satisfaction analysis via A/B testing, which collects retrospective subjective views of the UX from users.
  5. Web design standards are norms and models for web page layouts and UX features, used by marketers and web designers.