3. How would you explain the UX Design Process?
UX design thinking is constantly evolving and searching for new ways to solve problems. In general, UX design process as follow when approaching a problem or project. A set of steps a designer will take to solve user problems and create engaging experiences.
Design Thinking which follows a thorough understanding of both user and business goals. In general, this is often an iterative design process that is constantly evolving. Key concepts or methods used to carry out this process may include, but is not limited to;
Understand – User Research – Analytics & Discovery - Wireframes - Mockups & Prototype - Finalize & Code.
Content audits, information architecture, user personas, business model canvases, mood boards, storyboards, empathy maps, use case scenarios and user flows, customer journeys, wireframes, mockups, and prototypes. They may also mention conducting user-testing—moderated or unmoderated, remote or in person—multivariate testing, eye tracking, click-tracking heatmaps and other quantitative analytics.
UX design thinking methodologies can play an important role in the creation of a product that users will love.