UI Design Process ✨
Courtesy of @uibears
By following these steps you can do more 💥
1️⃣ Requirement Gathering
2️⃣ User and Task Analysis
3️⃣ Information Architecture
5️⃣ Usability Testing
This step covers assembling a list of the functionality required to accomplish the goals of the project and the potential needs of the users. Usually, this stage starts right after the discovery session with the client.
User and Task Analysis
This is the study how the potential users will perform the tasks that the design must support. This stage is connected with user research we do as a part of the UX design process.
This process covers the development of the process and information flow of the system. During this phase, we choose the UI i nteraction style, design pattern, and visualization technique.
This stage covers the development of prototypes, wireframes, mockups, paper prototypes or simple interactive screens.
UI design testing allows to understand the reception of the design from the viewer’s standpoint. Usually, during usability testing users are asked to complete tasks to see where they encounter problems and experience confusion.
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