This is the stage where many questions arise, and doing comprehensive research can help answer most of the early and reap the benefits in the later stages.
Before beginning the design work, let us understand the requirements clearly with these:
After going through the research & analysis phase, it’s time to apply the design in real life situations. The user mapping technique allows you to identify gaps in the UX and predict any friction before creating a final model.
Now you have a strong, solid base that allows you to specify and explain the concept of the product like, What user groups is going to help the product, It’s not going to solve any problems or meet any needs & How are you going to do that.
To name a few, there are a lot of tools and techniques that help in the ideology and concept phase:
As product designers, we should never skip the wireframing step. Wireframing phase is a bridge between visual research and design. This allows test-drive ideas and projects to be redirected quickly.
Advantages of wireframing for the client
Wire-Framing & Prototyping
Our UI / UX Designer uses reliable wireframing tools such as Adobe XD, Axure, UXpin, Sketch, and Balsamic to create quick mockups and wireframes.
We give life to designs and make them real. The latest technologies are leveraged to develop seamless, scalable and potentially robust applications. At this stage we are engaged with construction engineers and other consultants to start their work and coordinate with our design.
Once the product is ready to go live, you should check how it works and if the problem is resolved as intended. In the final stages, when the development team is almost with the product, you need to sit down with them to see if all the requested changes are complete.
You can test just about anything in a digital product: performance, code, design solutions, buttons, forms, etc.
Tools and techniques for testing: