The user interface is the central point of interaction between humans and technology. Only by using the UI can the user communicate with the software and address their tasks. It is the UX designers’ job to make this interaction as efficient and effortless as possible.
Therefore, the UI (and the UX design) has a direct impact on the extent to which the user finds the technology useful. If the user interface concept is not given enough attention, the entire product suffers from a troublesome UI, not just the user interface itself.
In user-centered design (UCD), the user is seen as a central part of the value chain. The UX designer specifically integrates users into the analysis and test phase of each cycle to ensure good user experience.
Frank Chimero, Designer
UX design enhances the overall process
From new ideas to building prototypes to user studies for new user interfaces – I am looking forward to support you with my knowledge to create a great user experience.
Every kind of product / project, for which the interaction should be user centred, intuitive and suited to the users’ needs – whether it is optimization of existing products or new product development.
Conception of a good user interface, i.e. efficient task completion, ergonomic interaction and dialogue design, reduction of information to the essentials and a positive overall experience in dealing with the interface (user experience). As a result, a holistic concept becomes available, which is then optimized from the navigation structure, information hierarchy and terminology to individual interactive operating elements (widgets, controls) and visual design. How far the concept should be developed (from sketches / wireframes / low fidelity prototypes to interactive visual prototypes) is up to you.
In order to create a positive user experience, a large number of
methods are available, including: