“Design is a process of discovery.”
Get to know about the objectives of the project.
Define the objectives.
Determine the requirements.
Create a solid plan.
Set up a program to get to know the client.
(In person, Skype, phone, email) to know the project and evaluate the requirements and key activities to make it happen.
Using a questionnaire or business model, we will define the objectives, possible solutions, results, and other responsibilities to create a solid plan for what we hope to build.
Research the market.
Analyze the user.
User research to identify their needs, expectations , motivations and frustrations.
Once the initial plan is defined, we do an analysis of the market and the competition, as well as a study of the user to create decide upon our strategy.
Propose a structure.
Design and create sketches.
Present the ideas.
Validate the concept.
The ideas keep flowing through the head and on paper. At this point, the definition of the product, the priorities, and the plan have already been defined.
With the results, we propose a structure and present more formal sketches of the design which show the basic ideas.
Create detailed prototypes.
Decide upon the visual design.
Develop the final concept.
In addition to the use of sketches, wireframes, prototypes, flowcharts, and the research results, we propose solutions to determine the appropriate visual design.
Keeping in mind aspects such as style, graphic icons, typography and forms, we do a user test and develop a final concept.
Deliver the final product.
Evaluate the results.
Present the product to the public.
The code and the design are presented to create a final design that follows the specifications and objectives of the project.
During this phase, we make sure that the product complies with criteria: functionality, usability, reliability, performance, and supportability.
Launching a great product can be like sending a rocket into space. It requires a lot of research, hard work, passion, and planning.
In this phase, we create the launch plan and present the product to the public.
So that the product keeps evolving, we evaluate the results and monitor its progress.