Join Sue Jenkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Using UX and wireframing, part of Web Design: Efficient Workflow.
- [Instructor] One of the best ways I think…to truly understand a new web project…is to get a feel for the UX and wireframing…before starting any sketches or design.…To do that well I like to think of myself as a detective.…For the Nadia's Garden Restaurant website design project…I read the content, looked at the photos…and other graphics provided by the client,…and tried to get a sense of who the client is,…and who their customers are.…I also asked the client to identify…the goals of the web project,…which should clearly outline what they hope to achieve…by creating the website.…
These are the tools I'll use to develop a visual model…that represents their company online.…The User Experience, or UX for short,…is all about the feel of a website…and its efficient usability and interactivity for end users.…In addition, good UX often includes…a sprinkle of enjoyment with the experience,…whether it's playful copyrighting,…a friendly mascot, or an unexpected bonus.…As I read and sort through the project materials…I consider ways to make the experience of visiting…
This course is designed to help boost the abilities of web designers and graphic designers, improving productivity and creativity. Sue shows you how to broaden your workflow while keeping the process efficient and focused. The tips she provides are applicable whether you are starting from nothing, redesigning layout ideas received from a client, or creating a mockup from a wireframe in coordination with UX teams.
- UX and wireframing
- Capturing the essence of a business
- Designing the mockup
- Fine-tuning the layout
- Making final revisions