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UI Design, UX Design

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UX Research

User Experience (UX) Design is the process of laying out a product’s usability and design flow in order to provide the desired experience to a user. An essential element of this is determining how users form experiences with the product.

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UI Design

User Interface (UI) Design is the process of taking preliminary UX Design and applying a Graphic User Interface (GUI) to it. In layman terms it means taking a wireframe and adding content to it in order to see what the final product will look like. 

Our approach

Main phases from user research right through to putting the site live.

User Research

Client brief

Designing an effective user interface system begins for us with understanding the user.

Wireframing & Testing

Ideation

This is where the ideas and concepts really take shape. By sketching out a basic visual representation of the system, its flow patterns can then be tested and refined before moving to the next level.

UI Design

Wireframing

In the final step before handing over to the designers, we add colors and images to the wireframe to create paper prototypes that can then be developed and tested on HTML pages.

UI Design

Once a concept is approved for further development, we begin to design the interface so that we can begin to see what the user will see. To enhance this step, we employ our Pixel Perfect concept.

UI Validation

Testing

Before the project is ready to be launched, the design must be thoroughly tested from the user’s perspective.

Put Site Live

Launch

We put website live and keep a track if everything displays and works perfectly.