User Interface (UI) Design

UI design combines user needs and customer wishes into a visual, functional and concrete user interface.

User interface design is the process of designing all visible structural parts of an online service: in which order are things presented and what shapes do they take? Which actions does the user need to make and which pages do we wish them to navigate towards?

Designing a user interface usually consists of the following steps:

  1. Sketching out the user interface using the tried and true method of pen and paper
  2. Refining the sketch into a wireframe model that includes some functionality. This is usually done utilizing specific tools and software.
  3. Designing the final user interface in cooperation with visual designers.

User-centered methods are an integral part of designing a user interface. User testing in all stages of the design process generates valuable data that is integral in crafting a functional and interactive end result.

User interface design can be extended to service design that applies user-centered methods also to the environment in which the user interface is utilized. Accessibility is always a key factor in our UI design projects.

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