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Step By Step

The stages of the design process from planning to testing, explains why following 
a design process matters and defines steps to take in responsive UX planning.

1. Understanding The Customer

The first thing to consider before building a website is to answer the questions:

  • Who is the site for?
  • What do they expect to find or do there?
  • Is this website’s primary aim to inform, to sell, or to amuse?
  • Does the website need to clearly convey a brand’s core message, or is it part of a wider branding strategy with its own unique focus?
  • What competitor sites, if any, exist, and how should this site be inspired by different then, those competitors?


Create the client brief which include

  • Primary objectives 
  • Target Audience 
  • Product requirements
  • Deliverables
  • Timeline
  • Cost

To help me to understand on the overall style of the website I need to make a list of the strong and weak points, good features, interesting and those we do not like solutions. Prepare a detailed analysis for if a product we are creating already exists.

Create a mood board with all the ideas and create possible layout of the website and share with the client to get feedback before starting the actual designing process.


2. Research

3. Sketch Out The Product

The information I have gathered it’s time to create a wireframe for the website or the application. It helps to adapt the customer’s ideas and determine the requirements.

Share the lo-fi prototype with the client and ask about their opinion. Working on such prototypes gives more freedom in applying changes than to do so on a live product.

4. Design

Finally, it is time to design. Exploit the images, font, content, sketches, etc. Design the visual styles of the components and layouts from the selected list. 
For this, I use the client’s branding for making intelligent design decisions like the colours, icons, typography, frames, and similar items.
The prototype is regularly tested.

5. Testing

Testing, testing, testing. It helps increase the efficiency of users with the software product and improve business-related issues. It helps to detect large and small interface problems. 

Once the website is ready, and received the client’s approval, it’s time to lunch masterpiece and share it with The Word!



Users need to have an emotional connection to the experience of using the product. You need to be simple to navigate and easy to use. Don’t forget to integrate end-user feedback while remaining consistent throughout the design.

With a beautiful design, consistent layout, fast and accurate response, your website is the virtual identifies of the product or service.
“Code it with love and maintain it with care. “

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