This involves the design of the whole experience, from the ﬁrst interaction with the software – design, usability and functionality. The UX designer must ensure the that the software is utilised on an existing devise and that it offers the user a seamless, experience. The UX designer is responsible for the whole User journey.
UX design occupies the overlap between, design, user, information, functionality and technical limitations.
UX design, done the Bizmod way, is iterative and User Centred, dealing with the user’s entire journey.
Understanding the user and their context is the starting point, followed by conducting user research and testing. The next step is the developing of wireframes and task flows based on user needs – collaborating with designers and developers to create intuitive, user-friendly software.