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Design is a rather broad and vague term. When someone says "I'm a designer," it is not immediately obvious what they actually do on a daily basis.
There are a number of different responsibilities encompassed by the umbrella term designer.
Design-related roles exist in a range of areas from industrial design (cars, furniture) to print (magazines, other publications) to tech (websites, mobile apps). With the relatively recent influx of tech companies focused on creating interfaces for screens, many new design roles have emerged. Job titles like UX or UI designer are confusing to the uninitiated and even to designers who come from other industries. The aforementioned notwithstanding, there is one tread that links them all - A given design problem has no single right answer.
UX Design refers to the term User Experience Design, while UI Design stands for User Interface Design. Both elements are crucial to a product and in general, complement each other. But despite their professional relationship, the roles themselves are quite different, referring to very different parts of the process and the design discipline. Where UX Design is a more analytical and technical field, UI Design is closer to what is refer to as graphic design, though the responsibilities are somewhat more complex.
UX designers are primarily concerned with how the product feels. UX designers explore many
different approaches to solving a specific user problem. The broad responsibility of a UX designer is to ensure that the product logically flows from
one step to the next. One way that a UX designer might do this is by conducting in-person user tests to observe one's behavior. By identifying
verbal and non-verbal stumbling blocks, they refine and iterate to create the "best" user experience.
The first graphic on the right depicts a typical wireframe produced by a UX designer (This example is for a Twitter screen design)
Unlike UX designers who are concerned with the overall feel of the product, user interface designers are particular about how the product is laid out.
They are in charge of designing each screen or page with which a user interacts and ensuring that the UI visually communicates the path that a
UX designer has laid out. For example, a UI designer creating an analytics dashboard might front load the most important content at the top,
or decide whether a slider or a control knob makes the most intuitive sense to adjust a graph. UI designers are also typically responsible for
creating a cohesive style guide and ensuring that a consistent design language is applied across the product. Maintaining consistency in
visual elements and defining behavior such as how to display error or warning states fall under the purview of a UI designer.
The boundary between UI and UX designers is fairly blurred and it is not uncommon for companies to opt to combine these roles. Think of everything you interact with in an app, that is the domain of a UI designer - defining the overall layout, look and feel of an app.
Visual designers pick out the nounces that others overlook.
A visual designer is the one who pushes pixels. If you ask a non-designer what a designer does, this is probably what comes to mind first.
Visual designers are not concerned with how screens link to each other, nor how someone interacts with the product. Instead, their focus
is on crafting beautiful icons, controls, and visual elements and making use of suitable typography. Visual designers sweat the small details
that others overlook and frequently operate at the 4X to 8X zoom level in Photoshop.
"Produce high-quality visual designs—from concept to execution, including those for desktop, web, and mobile devices at a variety of resolutions (icons, graphics, and marketing materials). Create and iterate on assets that reflect a brand, enforce a language, and inject beauty and life into a product.".A visual designer lays out guides and adjusts every single pixel to ensure that the end result ispexel perfect.
Employing Responsive Design Enables Consistent Viewing On All Platforms :
Desktop - Tablets - Smartphones.
One of the fundamental changes that has happened recently with regrads to how data is consumed from the internet is - Responsive Web Design.
You do not have to be a so called techy to appreciate how relevant this is - you the consumer can view this website whith any device at your disposal with the same consistent user experience
The technology fundamentaly looks at your device ( Tv, desktop, laptop, tablet , smartphone) ascertain whtat it is - then transparently renders the content to match your device type. All these happen in the background.
Now your site gets rated highly if it implements Responsive Web Design (RWD) and relegated if it does not by the tech giant Google. For website owners and stakeholders it is no more an incentive but a necessity . And all these has come about as a result of the extra ordinary expansion and usage of smartphone and tablet devices- read more here.
We are more that happy to get the process rolling if you feel the urge to emback on an RWD project - revamping your existing site or may be a new one . Whatever the reason, do contact us using the contact form. Here is more stuff to digest on the matter Readmore here
Here is a listing of the most commonest expertise we have attained for over ten years
we pride our services with diligence, professionalism and expertise when it comes to development and deployment
Desktop - Tablet - Smartphone
Audio and more importantly video used to be the preserved of the big conglomerates on the web. With the proliferation of smartphones and the wide spread of affordable high speed broadband, you too can make much use of these resources to enrich your content. It is often said a picture is worth a thousand word. It makes you wonder what a combo of audio and video is worth. The latest HTML5 and CSS3 directives respectively, has afforded designers and developers a far more greater scope in implementing these resources on to websites. when captured in a variety of resolutions .Of a far more greater importance is the device used in capturing the video - no more expensive video cameras affortable only by a few. Every standard smartphone can now capture video in high defination. The only problem you have got now is to judge what to capture - because the possibilities are mind boggling.
You don't have to worry about how the resource (video/audio) is implemented on the site we will take care of that . As mention earlier, the are host of new functionalities in the developper's toolbox to experiment with so as to deliver the the best experience in consuming these resources.
This page has a sample video clip on the left. It currently shows just one video but functionalies could be added that will enable the selection from a list of categories just like in a photo gallery.
Here are samples of some projects we have been involved in lately. Feel free to peruse and comment - magnifier large image and link project details
As professional developers and designers it is essential to be abreast with all the latest standards, specifications
and documentations with regards to programming,design and implementations. We have a small but relevent web resources we constantly review
so as to be at the top of our game
Here is a sample list
We hope what you have read and seen has provided you with some basic understanding of what we do here.
And we are also aware that it might have also given you some food for thought or encourage you to enquire about
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