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In order to ensure the successful and efficient execution of our project, we are utilizing a diverse set of tools tailored to specific goals.
Design software like FIGMA
Collaborative online whiteboards like MIRO
User research tools Such as TYPEFORM, GOOGLE FORMS, or USEBERRY
Project management and communication tools like Google workspace, NOTION, SLACK, etc.
Video conferencing tools like GOOGLE MEET
UNDERSTANDING OUR CLIENTS' NEEDS
Our design thinking process is centered around understanding the needs and goals of our clients and their users. We start by conducting introductory calls with our clients to gather essential information which may vary depending on the project and could encompass specific details such as product features, brand identity, target market demographics, and other relevant factors.
CONDUCTING USER RESEARCH
To identify opportunities, user research is conducted through quantitative surveys and qualitative interviews.
Quantitative surveys involve collecting numerical data from a large user sample using standardized questions and can provide valuable insights on user behavior, preferences, and needs.
On the other hand, qualitative interviews involve conducting in-depth, open-ended conversations with users to gather rich, nuanced data that can inform design decisions and lead to more empathetic and effective solutions.
DEFINING THE PROBLEM
Defining a problem statement is an essential component of our design process. It involves a meticulous identification and articulation of the user's pain points and needs that the design solution aims to address. By crafting a well-defined problem statement, we can effectively communicate the design objectives to stakeholders and align their expectations with the intended outcomes.
IDEATION AND PROTOTYPING
Following the definition of the problem, we undertake an iterative ideation process to generate a broad spectrum of creative ideas for potential solutions. We use a variety of brainstorming techniques and tools such as sketching, storyboarding, and mind mapping to explore different possibilities.
Once we have a solid direction, we move into the prototyping phase where we create low-fidelity and high-fidelity interactive prototypes using Figma as our tool.
This allows us to test and validate our ideas with real users and gather feedback.
TESTING AND ITERATING
We iterate based on the feedback we receive via usability testing with the potential users as well as the workshops with our clients.
FINAL VISUAL DESIGN
After iteration, we move into the final design phase where we refine the design and create the final deliverables such as style guides and the visual design specifications based on our client's brand identity.
OUR DESIGN PRINCIPLES
We place a strong emphasis on client collaboration in our UX/UI design process.
Our goal is to ensure that client needs and objectives are met, and their feedback is incorporated into the final product.
To achieve this, we hold weekly calls to keep our clients updated on our progress.
Additionally, at the end of each design phase, we conduct workshops to gather their feedback.
Our workshops are typically 2-4 hours in duration, and we utilize a collaborative Miro board to document feedbacks after presenting all actions and outcomes achieved by our design team during each phase.
Clients are encouraged to invite guests to participate in the workshop, and we welcome feedback and discussion about our work.
Together, we analyze the results to ensure we are working towards a common goal, and we document the workshop outcomes as a guide for future steps.
Our collaborative approach ensures that the final product aligns with our clients' vision and objectives, resulting in a successful outcome.
Here you can find an exemplar of a workshop finding documentation attributed to the LeadIp project after the ideation phase.
Once the design for our product is complete, we create an SRS (Software Requirement Specification) document that defines both functional and non-functional requirements of the product. This includes the product's purpose, features, and functionality, as well as any constraints, limitations, and performance requirements.
The purpose of this document is to provide clear and concise communication of the software requirements to all stakeholders involved in the development process, which serves as a valuable reference throughout the project lifecycle and beyond.
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT SPECIFICATION
Before delivering the design to developers for implementation,our final step in design process is to define the future steps with our clients. In this phase, we assist clients in identifying the potential growth of their product, including new features or addressing user pain points, and defining further objectives to achieve success.
By outlining a plan for ongoing maintenance and support, we provide a roadmap for our clients to follow to bring the design to fruition and continuously improve upon it.
FOLLOW UP ACTIONS
WE BRING YOUR IDEAS TO LIFE
Our team is here to help you create an exceptional digital product that aligns with your objectives and exceeds your expectations. We believe in the power of collaboration and are excited to partner with you on this journey. Get in touch today and let's bring your ideas to life!
We have prepared a helpful resource that will allow you to gain a deeper understanding of the design process. you can access the PDF file that contains an illustrative example of the design flow here.
This example focuses on Palou, an iOS mobile application dedicated to improving wellness.
Its primary function is to track essential metrics and assist users in arranging and managing their daily exercise and healthcare routines.
We believe that this resource will be a valuable tool in enhancing your comprehension of the design process.
INNOVATIVE UX/UI DESIGN FOR MODERN BRANDS
We apply a design thinking process to develop exceptional experiences for our clients and their users, with a typical project duration of 6 to 12 weeks depending on the scope and complexity of the project
Our problem-solving methodology is rooted in design thinking principles, emphasizing empathy, experimentation, and iterative refinement through user testing. We value client feedback in our workshops and our weekly calls with them, tailoring our solutions to their specific needs and goals.
By prioritizing a thorough understanding of both client and user needs, we strive to achieve a balance between aesthetics and functionality in our designs.
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