Five-day process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers.
Create the look and feel that enhances the overall user experience.
Delight the user, creating a moment that is engaging and welcoming.
Define the way the end user will interact with the product.
Make the product stand out through custom style, fonts, icons, and animations.
Establish the entire product architecture and navigation.
Organize content in a way that makes the product simple and intuitive.
Build a truly habit-forming product that makes users come back over and over again.
Process through which the interface and functions are tested by real users who perform specific tasks in realistic conditions.
To check the way similar products are designed. Research is crucial to better understand what users are likely to expect.
Making map and choosing target, sketching solutions, deciding the best one, building prototype, test with customers.
Needed to establish the agreement in terms of how the eventual visual design will look and feel.
Aimed at testing how the interface performs with no distraction on colors and prettycisms. Just bare skeleton to make sure UX is on the top level.
Needed for handing off to devs or trying to raise fund
To ‘dress up’ the product and make it stand out through colors, fonts, animations, logos, and custom style of the brand. It establishes the tone of voice a product talks to a user.