UX Design spans multiple disciplines, such as user persona definition, wireframing, story-boarding, live prototyping, and the creation of high-fidelity and photorealistic mockups. Modern UX Design is a more inclusive and comprehensive process than previous production methods, and emphasizes the importance of content of substance and optimal site organization. Although aesthetics are still a vital part of the user experience, UX Design differs from graphic design alone in that attention is also focused on understanding the thought processes and behavioral patterns of the target audience, and the development and presentation of content.
The UX Design process is multi-faceted and unique to each project. The same formula won’t work for everyone, so we adapt the process to the unique needs of each individual client. We may start with defining user personas, story-boarding, wireframes, and live prototyping for large scopes, audited projects, or those requiring very precise steps of progression. For smaller projects, we may opt for a hybrid of thoughtful content architecture and high-fidelity design comps, bypassing the more costly and time-consuming preparations.
Corvus is well-seasoned and we’re able to make such determinations early in the project, which helps streamline the entire process, saves time and cost, and presents design elements in the most useful way for each unique client.