User needs are the most important factor for a product. A good design is achieved due to a combination of multiple factors, such as the hard-work of the designers, developers and the supportive collaboration across multiple teams within the firm. However, many UX design projects suffer from some common mistakes. In this post, I have tried to summarize some of the mistakes and possible solutions on how we can tackle those issues.
In today’s digital experience, designers and developers face similar challenges. With passage of time, I have seen more and more team members come go and in this process, the continuity of maintaining a guideline becomes very essential. Additionally with new technology platforms and trends evolving, means the product innovation must occur every quarter instead of years.
UI Style Guides are a design and development tool that brings cohesion to a digital product’s user interface and experience. At their core, they:
- Record all of the design elements and interactions that occur within a product
- List crucial UI components such as buttons, typography, color, navigation menus, etc.
- Contain live elements and code snippets for developers to reference and use.
Having around 14 years of UX/UI Design experience. I have worked on various projects involving UX design. My job involves keeping the goals inline with the product roadmap.