Your team spent months mapping out a new, more interactive e-comm platform. But once you release the platform on the market, you realize that it's not supported on all mobile devices, and you have to go back to the drawing board. How to avoid those ‘How did we miss this?' moments? You need to design the UX process that matches your needs, catches gaps and helps create products with an excellent experience.
Here, we cover what the UX design process is, nine stages of UX and five rules for designing an efficient UX process.
What is the UX process, and why is it important?
The UX design process is a workflow that product creators follow when they design a designing a website, app or new product. Most design processes are typically rooted in two foundational methodologies.
The first is design thinking, the methodology that helps a team frame the problem they want to solve and create tangible design that should be validated with users.