A user flow maps out the user’s actions as they interact with the product to achieves their goal. It includes pages, actions, system automation, and external assets needed to develop the product.
Using user flows, we can create a list of the features that we need to launch our product.
Having planned a list of the features, we break down the interface screens needed to provide them. Our team creates detailed wireframes for each of the screens. Although made with intricate detail, wireframes are not designed to be pixel perfect instead, to help us have a thorough overview of the app.
Wireframing is a crucial step, and we invest a longer period to analyze them. Our team ensures that all use-cases are adequately addressed and that there are screens for all edge cases. A close evaluation of wireframes allows us to address any existing/potential problems in layout design or interface elements.
To critically analyze our wireframes, we conduct a semi-usability test with our network. This is essential to ensure that the wireframes have been exposed to as many eyes as possible.
Having developed and semi-tested wireframes, we revisit your use cases to prioritize them. This allows us to prioritize functionalities and mark those that need to be stored for later versions of your product. With this, we finalize the scope for your MVP.
Before designing the interface, we create a design system. What is a design system? It is a collection of all elements that are needed to design the interface; including colors, font styles, buttons, forms, menus, a navigation system, layout structure, etc.
Creating the Design System at this stage allows the development team to begin coding the user interface elements of the product.
If you are an early-stage startup, creating a Design System is like ‘feeding two birds with one scone’. With a design system, you develop your branding assets as well as website marketing pages easier and faster
At Bonanza Design, we have a special place in our hearts for interactive elements. Interaction design is the sum of interactive details implemented in your product interface to engage your users and enhance their experience. To achieve maximum interaction, our team focusses on multiple aspects such as animating UI elements and leveraging gestures or voice.
The devil is in the details. The little interactive elements help foster the engagement with the users and keep them entertained throughout the journey. We usually spend the last two days of week 2 further testing, improving, and tweaking the details to make sure all elements of the Design System are interactive.
Week 3 is exclusively allocated to Interface Design. This is when we paint the wireframe and decorate it with the elements from the Design System. Depending upon individual projects, we may already begin the interface design work during week 2.
Our experienced team designs interfaces swiftly and rapidly once the wireframes and design system is already finalized. In the next 3 days, our team completes the interface and prepares it for the upcoming usability test on Wednesday.
The usability test assesses the performance of the most crucial features in the interface as well as the most used user flows. We ensure that the features that generate the most revenue have no usability issues.
The results of the usability testing put forward those issues that could not possibly be detected during the designing of the interface. Based on these results, we can significantly improve your interface.
The last day of our UX Design Sprint is marked for improving the interface. We prepare for our final handover to you.
During the UX DESIGN SPRINT, we develop an idea into an application and design it in pixel. The first week is about defining & scoping and the second and third weeks are about detail designing the productCONSULT WITH BEHRAD;