A designer develops user stories and functionality into different components of application’s interface which include content, site navigation, user flows etc.
These are the designed into a wireframe/prototype that bridge visual design and development. Prototyping are essential to the design process. Prototyping aids product understanding and demonstrates interactivity, experience and feeling.
The prototype can take on many shapes and forms; a 3D printed physical prototype, click through prototype, mock up visualisation or interactive installation. We can explore what the end result will look like, how it behaves or weather its actually feasible to create.
During the concept phase, visual design focuses on the over look and feel. Motion engages people beyond the static images. Based on the story boarding and concept design we develop motion graphics by using animation. This creates footage which can be used as a stand alone deliverable.
- Website design
- User flow analysis
- Conversion mapping
- Responsive wireframing
- Low fidelity prototyping
- Ideation & concept development
- Interface design
- Motion & interaction design
- Visual design
- Workflow design