UI Design

Requirement Identification

The building bit of any design component starts with gathering intel about the requirements of the user. The data hence gathered is analyzed to understand what kind of design will be best suited for the client. It is a basic stage, but crucial too as it leads to the foundation of the design.

Scope Analysis

After a design-analogy is completed, the scope comes next. The scope of any UI Design is mandatory for the project. We follow a realistic timeline where the Client, their budget, and the end user’s expectation come into questioning. Every step of this process is a major milestone in the design process.

Wireframe Building

Wireframe refers to the process where a low-precision sketch of the design is prepared, which gives the client a visual representation of what the UI would look like. It presents the outline of the structural design and the layout of the page. The placement of different components is done in this process, which identifies the visual appeal of the page.

Design Analysis

Once the Wireframe is built, the design is analyzed. Analysis of the design is necessary; there lies a gap in the expectation of the Client and the User. Analyzing the design helps bridge the gap between the two dimensions. We analyze and propose any changes in the said wireframe, if any.

Design Delivery

Once all the steps are executed, we are headed towards the final delivery process of the design. Just to maintain the authenticity and validity of the Project design, all the steps are re-evaluated and the design is delivered to the client.