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UI-UX Software Development
UI-UX Software Development
The key to developing a successful app is marrying the functionality your users demand with an intuitive design and experience that make it as simple as possible to use. Softlabx UI/UX design experts will design the perfect desktop, mobile, or web application to meet your specific business requirements and industry needs. We design and develop innovative digital user experiences that solve complex business problems.
CRO & User Experiences Solutions
A carefully developed user experience is important to the success of an application. Whether your intention is to keep visitors engaged with your commercial app or maintain a smooth consistent workflow for your employees on an enterprise platform, we construct simple and robust information architecture. Let us streamline an organic process flow for conversion rate optimization (CRO). We carefully fine-tune elements throughout development to data capture and convert sales.
Usability Testing Solutions
Our usability testing experts optimize ease of navigation, user engagement, element functionality, consistency across multiple environments, integrations, implementations, and information flow by utilizing their UI and GUI testing methodology. We can perform white or black box user testing, depending on needs.
Mobile UI/UX Development Services
As part of our end-to-end mobile app development services, we provide crisp and highly responsive UI designs that fully leverage touchscreen functionality, as well as mobile-first user experiences for mobile (or progressive) web apps. We have experience developing native iOS and Android apps, as well as hybrid and cross-platform apps, leveraging frameworks like Xamarin, DevExpress, Ionic, Appcelerator, and PhoneGap.
User Interface Design Services
We construct exquisitely responsive Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) that include highly responsive elements, 2D/3D animations, and embedded media. It’s our aim to provide an organic, unified user experience through our custom UI/UX development services. We accomplish that by collaborating with your stakeholders and IT team to develop a style (including color palettes, logo designs, and layouts) that harmonizes with your company culture. All our UI/UX designers are experts in graphic libraries like WebGL and OpenGL.
IA Planning and Wireframing Development
Creating a user-friendly design and interface begins with identifying primary business goals and KPIs, laying the ground for an Information Architecture (IA) that satisfies users and meets performance goals. We use industry-specific analytical strategies and carefully developed user personas to generate insights that inform our wireframing and data flow, structure models.
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Why to Work With Us
We understand the design requirements of the internet ecosystem and our prosecution is largely professional. Our platoon is largely flexible that takes your requirements into consideration and designs results that fit your hand in glove. Having worked with global brands of different nature we’ve a robust exploration platoon to gather marketing intel before we do. We know just what you need to be the coming unicorn.
Top most popular FAQs about UI-UX Software Development
What kind of designs are made by you?
We, as a creative studio, create designs that are user-friendly and theme-oriented, which promotes every single element of a brand or the business idea discussed by the client.
What are some of the biggest challenges you face as a UX designer?
One attribute of a great designer is the ability to evaluate their work objectively. No matter what stage of their career, there will always be those challenges that every designer strives to overcome in a meaningful way.
Listen for answers that not only describe the challenges they may face but how they overcome them.
They may have a challenge justifying their design process to specific stakeholders—it may seem too costly and take too long. How do they overcome these obstacles?
For example,—convincing a company they need more in-depth user research before a product is designed or incorporating proper usability testing during a product design lifecycle can be difficult. How do they advocate for those above in making their case?
Another challenge may be conducting user research in innovative ways. This can prove to be especially tricky for designers who work remotely because direct access to their end-users is limited.
Gathering, analyzing, and translating both qualitative and quantitative user data into ‘actionable insights’ may pose another challenge. However, sound designers have a method of focusing on the most impactful elements and teasing out the most significant return on investment.
Listen for answers that include overcoming the challenges of working with others with different agendas. A UX designer will always face challenges around collaborating with professionals from other disciplines, such as C-level executives, product managers, engineers, and visual designers.
When a client says: “I don’t like this design.” What do you do?
In a situation like this, a great UX designer exhibits thoughtful restraint. They will not take critique personally, but use it as an opportunity to dig deeper and uncover the real reasons why a client may not like a design. Great UX designers are objective; they rely on tried and true principles, past learnings, white papers and studies, best practices, standards, and design conventions that have been tested, studied, and validated. Accordingly, they should be able to back up their designs based on those above.
Typically, in these circumstances, a misalignment has occurred between what the client was looking for and what the designer was trying to achieve. A great designer would take a step back and ask smart questions to uncover the issues a client may have with the design. Is the client subjective as in, “I don’t like that color?” The designer would inquire why and make sure the client understands that design decisions are based on sound principles—color theory, for example—and not subjective opinion.
Also listen for examples of when the designer backed up design decisions based on analytics data and testing (staying objective), and how they presented facts and findings to make their case. Some client feedback may be for compelling business reasons. For example, the client may feel that a simple solution misses valuable opportunities for revenue-generating ad placement. A good designer would listen patiently and incorporate the feedback into the next iteration, understanding that arriving at the optimal design is a balancing act between business needs, technical feasibility, and the designer’s desire to create the best UX.
Do you customize data in design, as well?
Yes, we do customize data in the design as per the client’s requirements.
Is there any advance payments involved?
How does your design process works?
UX design is constantly evolving and searching for new ways to solve problems. Our Seasoned UX designers have likely been evolving their approach to the design process and will vary from one designer to another. In general, good UX designers with walk you through a specific process or ‘toolkit’ they follow when approaching a problem or project. This will likely be a set of steps they will take to solve user problems and create engaging experiences. Listen for both a clear process and specific actions they take to solve user problems and create engaging experiences.
Listen for both a transparent process, a deep curiosity, and a constant desire to learn.
One overarching theme should be around a user-centric approach to design and perhaps mention ‘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:: competitive audits, stakeholder interviews, user research involving interviews and surveys, 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.
Apart from the above, listen for UX design techniques such as observing interaction design standards, best practices, conventions, and rules-of-thumb known as ‘heuristics.’
By applying these UX methodologies and learning directly from users, each of the techniques mentioned above can play an essential role in the creation of a product that users will love.
What are some of the biggest trends in the UX Design industry right now?
Listen to passion and knowledge. A good designer is going to be excited about this topic; the answer will help you understand where their current focus lies.
Also, listen for how a UX designer keeps up with the industry—such as following UX podcasts, reading UX blogs and books, attending webinars and online training courses for ongoing learning, etc.
A UX designer who thinks ahead will be an invaluable asset to your company. He may talk about new use cases beyond screens—or how designing for accessibility is an area of interest for him. He may discuss new prototyping tools that save developers and designers time by converting the design to code, or he may simply explain an evolving trend and how terrific it is to be at the forefront of technology. Whatever his answer, passion should shine through. Most of all, it’s not about technology; it’s about solving problems for users in new and efficient ways.
Ultimately, it’s not about ‘design fads.’ A great UX designer doesn’t follow them but designs products that have staying power and work well for end-users.
Is UX design UI design? What’s the difference?
User interface (UI) design is not the same as UX design. A seasoned UX design pro understands the vital difference and can articulate it clearly. Designing for the user interface often plays an essential role in the work of a UX designer, but it is not the only function. Whereas UI design is concerned with the useful layout of visual elements on a user interface, UX design is ‘people first.’ It’s about what motivates them—how they think and behave.
A great UX designer should be able to demonstrate knowledge describing the differences, in particular how UI design is only one slice of the UX design process ‘pie,’ and only one of many different disciplines that reside under the UX banner. These include, but are not limited to: a user-centered design strategy, core user demographic definition, persona creation, user research, information architecture, content strategy, interaction design, visual design, and usability testing.
How many changes can I expect to my site without additional cost?
We try to give as much elbow room as possible we can. Although with every step in project completion, we tend to take your feedback and make all the minor changes, closing it on your approval. We are open to space of 2-3 rounds for significant revisions at no cost.
What sorts of photoshoots you do?
We do all kinds of product photography, fashion photography, and e-commerce photography.
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