User Experience Design — UX-Design, Concept, Tasks, Goal

A successful UX design is crucial to whether or not your product succeeds.

What is user experience design (UX design)?

Think about how intuitive it is to use your favorite smartphone or website. UX designers have made sure that using these products is as easy and intuitive as possible. This is exactly what we do.

Why do I need a user experience design?

User experience design is an important concept for the operation of digital products. Intuition is essential here - after all, users should be able to find their way around and familiarize themselves with the functions as intuitively as possible. A successful UX design is therefore decisive for whether a product is successful or not.

What is the goal of our UX designers?

Our UX designers design the user interfaces of websites and apps so that they are easy to understand and intuitive to use. They design the information architecture, navigation and all other interaction options. In short, our UX designers make the operation of your website or app as intuitive and simple as possible.

UX concepts ensure seamless integration into people's everyday lives, contributing to high customer satisfaction.

What are the key UX design principles?

#1 Sometime ist is the little things that make a good User Experience

Our UX experts have to make decisions based on data that users show on different websites. Therefore, it is particularly interesting to observe this behavior and draw conclusions about what users like most. Regular testing is therefore one of the guarantees of success when it comes to a successful UX design. Poor usability quickly leads to dissatisfaction and frustration among users. Especially on the web, users are quickly irritated and unsettled when familiar functions look different or have been moved to another page. For this reason, in most cases, a good user experience does not require huge projects and holistic changes, but rather small and fine details that offer the user a positive experience with the product. Some examples of this are personalized home screensm easy-to-use configurators ir an uncomplicated and fast check out.

#2 User research is the basis for a successful project

With UX or UI design, your own preferences are left out of the equation. It is designed solely for the users and their needs. Experts, as well as entrepreneurs, always misjudge the assumption about their own customers. For this reason, it is particularly important to deal intensively with user feedback. The basis for this is usability tests, user recording, heat maps, and in-depth interviews.

#3 Solve user problems with the help of UX

There is the right UX for every project. While over-animated websites with strongly designed components look very good and are especially effective in a portfolio- they are not the right thing for projects that have strongly performance-based functions. in the run-up, it should be defined for whom the product will be designed and under which conditions the users will use it.

#4 Prioritizing

When it comes to UX, our experts should concentrate on the essentials and thus direct the focus to the most important features. These must be easy for the user to use and just as easy to find.

#5 Validation and the iterative way of working

In the iterative approach, we want to work with our customers step by step to develop the solution together. We archive this through regular coordination and ongoing further development as well as validation of the design and the underlying concepts. One validation method, for example, is the usability test. Through the iteration loops, the design literally grows with the project and the users. Frequent coordination and further development help to implement the project efficiently and we can deliver a better product to the user.