Process

My process is what drives every project I work on, and was developed through my education and internships.

Sketch
Design
Test
Iterate

Research

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In the research phase, gathering and sorting through information is key. I try to absorb as much about the subject matter as possible to help inform my designs.

 

Sketch

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The sketching phase is where I start to get my ideas that formed in the research phase out. This is the part where I try a lot of different directions, and see which may work the best.

 

Design

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When I move on to designing, I start with simple grey designs based on my sketches. These will get tested in the next phase, and then I can use what I learn from testing to flesh the designs out and develop them into high fidelity designs.

 

Test

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The testing phases is one that hopefully happens multiple times throughout the UX process. By testing users, I try to figure out what exactly is working, and what is not. After getting that information, I can go back and change pain points, and highlight the good parts.

 

Iterate

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One of the most important part of my process is iteration. This is where meaningful changes can be made from what I have learned.