User Experience Design

“You can use an eraser on the drafting table or a sledge hammer on the construction site.” – Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect
User-Centered Design Sprints

The design sprint format involves close collaboration with stakeholders throughout the design process to build consensus and reduce re-work, while a User Centered Design approach focuses on ensuring that interfaces are usable, effective, and efficient.

The design process starts at low fidelity, often paper or whiteboard sketches, and progressively moves toward deliverables that define the structure and layout of the site or application such as site maps, workflow diagrams, and wireframes. Throughout the process, prototyping can serve as a sandbox for validating design solutions, and as a vehicle for user feedback.

Methods
Information Architecture

Card Sorting | Affinity Diagramming | Site Mapping | Navigation Design Patterns | Tree Testing | Wireframing | Responsive Design

Interaction Design

Workflow Analysis | Sketching | Design Workshops | Wireframing | Prototyping | Desktop & Mobile

UX Design Toolkit
Paper & Whiteboard
100%
Sticky Notes
91%
Axure
78%
Balsamiq
66%
Invision
46%
LucidChart
13%