Rachael explains how we test out our design concepts on end users, and which tools are best for the job.
When we’re working on a new product or feature, it’s essential that we’re well informed of the users and problem space before we look at solutions. Carrying out research is an essential part of our process as it ensures we’re creating the right thing for our users.
When netmag asked our designer to write their cover feature, she jumped at the chance. Read the full article here, where Rachael discusses in detail the best tools available for product designers today.
Rachael was asked to share what she thinks will be big for product design in 2018 for netmag’s February edition supplement.
With the Limpid Markets platform needing a new technical direction, it was time to do some intense learning by revisiting one of our own digital products, MEMZ, during a full-throttle hack week involving Elm, Elixir and Phoenix.
Following on from a sketching session, we’ll begin our process of prototyping ideas and testing our solutions on end users before designing a product that we’re all happy with.
All great ideas start with pen and paper, and digital products shouldn’t be an exception. We’ll sketch out early ideas for your product or feature together, combining our UX expertise with your understanding of the users.