My typical website design process consists of three key stages: 1) Consultancy. 2) Design. 3) Development. This particular post is a very practical one. It describes the second stage – a seven step visual design process. By this point in the process, the consultancy package has been signed off. This should ideally include agreed project and creative briefs, wireframes, prototypes, technical specifications, budgets, and timeframes. So where do you start with step two, and how do you get into the right frame of mind?
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It’s been time for me for a long time now… But there’s never a convenient time to rebrand. So, when is the time to rebrand, and how do you go about doing it?
A while ago I discovered a dedicated UI design tool you’ve most definitely heard about called Sketch. It has two key advantages over Photoshop that made me switch in the blink of an eye.
Starting on a new User Interface design project can be daunting. You just received a hundred pages worth of specifications which may include: project, creative design and build briefs; draft wireframes and app flows ideas; deliver abilities requirements; examples of existing products; and brand guidelines that you have to navigate around.
So where do you start?