If you missed it, we wrote Part II of this series and you can learn all about the strategy to setup the best User Experience >here<.
This time, we are going to look at some Design Technique.
Design Techniques & When to Use Them
Wireframes, mock-ups, responsive design, mobile first design. All of these are different steps and types of approaching an User Experience. Sometimes it's clear when to dive into each of these, but sometimes it can be a waste of resources to do just one or all of them. Here is a guide to the basics of each one, and when you should be using them.
Next time we will look at some Standards of Design. Have you used any of these design techniques before? If so, we would love to see what came from it, and how you used it in the process, so make sure to share a link or comment below!
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