User Interface Designed for Maximum User Experience
User Experience is what a user sees, hears and feels while engaging with your project. The User Interface is what allows that user said engagement. The physical aspect of the interface and the metaphysical aspect of the experience are two of the most, if not most, aspects of any project. They are two separate, yet intertwined concepts of design. Our team will do the research to determine the expected experience of the user from inputs like your competitors and complimentary verticals. The U.I. design process can only be done after the U.X. expectation has been developed. The U.I. is determined from the U.X. research.
"Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works."
User Interface Design
The user interface can be the most important, but often overlooked aspect of any project. Hundreds of books have been written on the subject of U.I. and the design concepts surrounding it. At Elm Street Design, we feel that the interface has to be organic to the experience of the project. Once you understand the journey your user will be taking while using your product, you can then shape the U.I. around those expectations. The U.I. is more than just button text and layout, it incorporates every single thing the user can see, from font size and letter spacing to line height and background colors.
- Mobile Application U.I. Design
- Website Menu Design
- Website Sidebar Design
- Website Footer Design
- Desktop Application U.I. Design
- Application Icon Design
- Application Logo Design
- Typography Design
- E-Book Design
- Business Presentation Design
User Experience Design
User Experience, or U.X. is a relatively new design field that concentrates on the journey a user takes while using your product or consuming your content. When designing for U.X., a person's emotions and attitudes about using a particular product, system or service must be addressed. The practical and experiential aspects of human–computer interaction combine within U.X. to ensure the user can have the expected experience presented to them in on-boarding or advertising. There is no "exact science" to user experience design it often is an iterative process that involves multi-variate testing, user focus groups & outside-the-box thinking.
- Conversion Optimization
- Multi-variate Balance Load Testing
- User Focus Group Testing
- Key Performance Indicators Determination & Optimization
- Customer Survey Acquisition, Management & Interpretation
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