The best start of any project is approved scope of work. For small and mid-sized projects, you can settle on a detailed requirements definition document. Though big systems require a professionally composed project specification.
– A list of the major requirements
– Design-analysis of the competitors
– Scope of work
– UML diagram of entities and attributes
– Screens map
A stage that includes draft visualization of the future design. Wireframes are created with maximum details. For better perception, we make wireframes in a monochrome color scheme, so we can focus on a project idea. Next, all the wireframes screens are assembled into a clickable online version (prototypes). Thus you can understand how the future application will look like.
The design stage means applying the selected style to the rest of the prototype screens. The work is always performed in the compliance with the best practices and guidelines of UI and UX design.
This stage is for testing and selecting the right style for your future project. At this stage, we create a mood board and select 1-2 key prototype screens to test our concept. We provide you with 1-2 variants of generic styles (color scheme, forms, icons, and fonts).