Shiba inu lover, amateur photographer, and that friend that knows all the best places to eat. I want to use UX design for good.Learn More About Me
The process starts and ends with the user: What problem am I trying to solve, and who am I trying to solve it for? For this step, I research and learn as much as I can before I dive in.
Once the end users and problem are identified, I brainstorm creative solutions, plan it out, and prototype it with wireframes or lo-fi designs.
Once the general planning is finished, I test out the solution on its intended users and make revisions based on feedback. After these revisions are made, I smooth out the rough parts and spiff up the overall look of the design. It then gets passed on to developers to be executed.
The design process is never truly complete or even linear for that matter; experiences can always be improved, making evaluation after the execution of a production crucial.