UI/UX designs – delivered as interactive prototype
The Interactive prototype includes:
Look & feel design
• Goal Analysis • Personas • Workflows • Competitor analysis
User interface and user experience design starts by setting the goals and objectives, the foundation for developing the strategy, design, content and information architecture (IA). At the research stage, I help you discover eventual knowledge gaps and align your assumptions with real user expectations. We help you to identify a strategy to support both user needs and your business goals. Based on the time and resources available, we select the right methods and tools.
• Information Architecture • Layouts
Setting up the visual structure and the way information is presented in an application correlated with existing models that follows users expectations. By making quick wireframes we make sure information is presented in the right way, in the right place and at the right time. Wireframing is the best way to visualize data quickly and efficiently. It enables effective communication and allows for early testing of workflows, navigation and overall structure.
LOOK & FEEL DESIGN (UI/UX)
• Branding • Unique Appearance
The visual appeal of your product has an extensive impact on users. Although a product’s Information Architecture is important, it doesn’t facilitate engagement on its own. User-centered design is at the core of building a predictable and desirable effect on the target audience. By targeting users on a deeper and more emotional level, we make the user experience more profound. One of the primary purposes of UX design is to add context to the user’s behavior and to provide them with a story while making sure your brand is recognizable.
These prototypes give you an overview of the design, how the app will function and often find out problems you would never have thought of previously. By taking the time to create them, both the design and development take considerably less time reducing the costs.