User Experience Design
Are you still reading the manual or already clicking away? Do you prefer an application that is riddled with various design elements or one you master at the first go? And how important is it to you to find your own branding on the screen rather than someone else’s logo?
At itCampus a competent team lends you support to design your individual software or mobile application in a way that makes it ascertainable tangible intuitively, at the same time appeals to its users visually and invites them to interaction at the first glance. User Interface Design includes the entire design process including the adaptation to different visual displays from external monitors to mobile devices. Ultimately you will receive a design manual/style guide that determines the user interface of the planned software in detail. In joint rounds of agreement you can specify how you want the interface to look like as early as in the creation period thus avoiding excessive programming costs.
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UX Design Process @ itCampus
Throughout the whole process, our UX specialists follow guidelines of the multi-part standard DIN EN ISO 9241 ("Ergonomics of human-system interaction") as well as consider accessibility and internationalization.
Our UX design process covers five phases. In the planning phase, the UX team defines the scope and project methods and then develops a project roadmap. In the research phase, we use methods like interviews, monitoring, questionnaires and focus groups to identify user needs as well as the relevant use cases. In the design phase, we create an interaction design, which represents the structure and functionality of the application in wireframes. Next, we create the visual design, combining the interaction design with the “look and feel” of the application in mockups. Lastly in this phase, we create a resource library for the basic elements, such as the style guide, the icon concept and all deliverables like images and buttons. In the implementation phase, software developers, supported by the UX team, use the resource library to implement the solution user interface. The evaluation phase covers the whole UX design process—for example, the interaction design can be evaluated with an expert review and/or usability test. This ensures designs meet previously defined requirements. As needed, the UX team can support your project after implementation.