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A 360-Degree Overview of the Modern-Day UI Design Process

UI Design Process

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  • A 360-Degree Overview of the Modern-Day UI Design Process

    Soumik Majumder

    Soumik is a technical content writer at Turing. He’s experienced in creating content for multiple industries, including B2B, Healthcare, Tech, and Marketing. Beyond that, he loves Formula 1, football, and absolutely anything tech-related.

Frequently Asked Questions

Designing a modern UI is a multi-faceted process. To design a cutting-edge UI, you must maintain clarity by implementing a simple design that lets users navigate the website/app seamlessly. Next, you must create an experience-centric design with a good mix of layout, graphics, and interactive elements. Maintaining consistency is another key step to designing a modern UI, as users will leave an app if its screen layouts differ. You must also select the right app aesthetics to create an attractive UI, which includes picking the best-suited visual layouts, fonts, and color schemes.

In simple terms, UI (user interface) refers to the buttons, screens, icons, toggles, and other visual elements you interact with when using an app or website. Contrarily, UX (user experience) refers to the complete interaction you have with the website or application, including how you feel about the overall experience, which decides whether you’ll use that product again or not.

Branding with unique illustrations is one of the latest UI design trends many companies adopt. Whether hand-drawn, digital, 2D, or 3D, custom illustrations are all the rage today. Their unaligned elements, free forms, vast asymmetry, and components help platforms stand out and establish an inviting environment that promises an excellent user experience.

Building a robust UI is extremely important as it can convert potential website/app visitors to consumers and facilitate a desirable interaction between them and your product. Apart from offering stunning aesthetics, a good UI also maximizes the efficiency, accessibility, and responsiveness of a website/application.

The three golden rules of UI design are: Put your users in control of the interface, reduce cognitive load, and make it comfortable for them to interact with the product.

UX design helps a company build its brand recognition and offer an excellent first impression to both potential and current customers. Robust UX design helps to build a user-friendly design and an attractive interface that helps to establish loyalty and trust and stand out from the competition. Thus, when developing software, it’s key to also focus on UX, ensuring that the product has an overall satisfying user experience that makes it an instant hit amongst customers.

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