Visual Design

October 30, 2017

In my 20 years of experience as a digital designer, I have worked as an interactive designer, UI designer, visual and UX design. Each role has a different skill set but should all work together seamlessly. Over this time I have built user interfaces for CD-Roms, websites, digital applications,...

Wireframes

October 30, 2017

The process of building digital products typically begins at a very low resolution stage – gaining resolution and interactivity as each stage is completed. After sketching out screen layouts and proposed interactivity (usually with pen on paper) the designer will move onto building wireframes based on a grid the...

User Interviews

October 30, 2017

Over a period of 4 weeks, Huw and an available team member would interview a combination of staff, students or parents along with top thinkers from across other industries such as Retail as well as other Educational Institutions that could offer insight into solving our design problem. The interviews...

Prototypes and interactive testing

October 30, 2017

Application prototype building is best started at a mid-resolution stage (post wireframe) where team members and other end user testers can find flaws in the interactivity of the product. As a designer it is common to build in isolation and make assumptions that the user interface is intuitive and...

Design Workshops

October 30, 2017

The first step in any user centered design process is the coming together of all the major stakeholders. A small group of key stakeholders usually start the process off by workshopping – through to defining the core problem you wish to solve. Usually organised and facilitated by a designer...

Data Insights & Reporting

October 30, 2017

Understanding the key metrics behind the actions of your customers, prospects, users and competitors can give a business powerful insights which can greatly assist in developing, monitoring and maintaining a digital strategy. When combined with user interviews, a solid picture of your product, customers, prospects and competitors can form...

Persona Development

October 21, 2015

Defining your customer’s needs, wants & pain points into a working persona document begins initially through your own experiences and assumptions about your customers. The persona is a very helpful document that needs to be segmented across different user groups and later validated through user┬áresearch. Before entering into the...

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