With growing Smartphone user numbers, we help your enterprise to move to the

on-demand spectrum to cater different markets, geographies, and garner

increased revenues and profits

Our UX Strategy & Planning

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UX Process

Research

Why user research is required? It is very real and how you will know your product or service will work in the real world with real people. It’s where you will uncover or validate the user needs which should form the basis of what you are innovating and designing.

Here at UXD Media, we followed complete UX research methods such as:

  • Objectives. What and where are the knowledge gaps we need to fill there
  • Hypotheses. What do we think, learn and understand about real users?
  • Methods. What methods should applied as well as selected?
  • Conduct. Analyze and gather data through the selected methods.
  • Synthesize. Learn about users and discover opportunities for our design efforts.

How we Conduct User experience and research

Our UX team is jewel in creating personas. A great persona contains four key pieces of information such as header, demographic profile, end goal(s), scenario. A persona is generally based on user research and incorporates the needs, goals, and observed behavior patterns of your target audience.

  • Our UX team creates a schedule to provide enough time for recruiting, testing, analyzing, and integrating results.
  • We assemble our UX team, and establish roles such as a moderator, note-taker, and discussion leader.
  • They define the scope of your research: what questions will you ask? And how in depth do you want to explore the answers? This will determine the number of people and the number of groups that need to be tested.
  • Our UX team prepare discussion guide that includes on 2-4 topics for open discussion.
  • We do research on existing users who are likely to provide with good feedback.
  • Our team also conduct user group testing, such as keep record data, analyze and report findings.

From Our Best Practice on User Research

  • Keep it short. Only focus on what is truly important for the user.
  • Keep it simple. That can be easily understood and there is no ambiguous or complex wording can make questions more difficult to understand, which can make the user confusing.
  • Keep it engaging. Include a mix of both multiple choice questions and open-ended questions in which users would be able to complete the answer.

Creating personas

Our UX team is jewel in creating personas. A great persona contains four key pieces of information such as header, demographic profile, end goal(s), scenario. A persona is generally based on user research and incorporates the needs, goals, and observed behavior patterns of your target audience.

Wireframe

Wireframe is a blue print version of the product; it is typically do not include any styling, color, or graphics. Wireframes help establish relationships between a website’s various templates.

Why We Create Wireframe?

  • Display site architecture visually.
  • Designs are more calculated.
  • Development team could clearly understand what they are building.
  • Content creation becomes much clearer.
  • You avoid hacks later on in the process.
  • Helps to make the design process iterative.
  • It save time and cost and efforts on entire project
  • Identify ease of updates


What types of wireframe we are using

Wireframes can be of paper sketches to computer-drawn images and in the amount of detail that they convey as well. It can be of two types:

Low-fidelity wireframes help facilitate project team communication and are relatively quick to develop.  They tend to be more abstract because they often use simple images to block off space and implement dummy content, and labels.

High-fidelity wireframes are better for documentation because of their increased level of detail. That could be real visual design screens of the project to analyze about time, cost and efforts.

Visual Design

We have a very competent team of visual designers. They create tremendous visual design and graphics for products. They often work more with print designs, mobile app designs and web app and deliverables, info graphics, posters, brochures, invitations, and business cards, among other things.

Our UI designers have a great sense in:

  • Color sense
  • Typography
  • Imagery
  • Icons

Our UI designers are more professionals in these things like color theory and typography. They also need to know how to build brand assets and make sure they’re consistent across all the designs for a brand. They typically followed wireframe what is done by our UX designers.

Attractive visual hierarchy

Attractive visual hierarchy, that is very usable and useful. A proper visual design helps us to find always:

  • communicate messages,
  • illuminate actions, and
  • Organize information.