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What is the best process in the organisation to manage the UX/ UI process?

Katerina Muradyan PM at Newmanity, love to discover and learn

April 12th, 2017

Hello,


I search for an organisation process to organise the UI/UX activity in the company.

We need to have a pure design/dev tool as avocode or zeppelin and a communication tool.


Can anybody share their successful or disasterous process? how the demand, creation and validation works with in the agile world?


Thanks,

Saurabh Rinwa Founder & CEO @ GoodFood Mexico

April 17th, 2017

I have been using invisionapp for the UI/UX for couple of months now. I find it good, as I have complete remote team and it's much easier for all of us now to contribute in the design process.

Md. Shahadat Hussain CEO Of Droitlab

Last updated on December 2nd, 2019

Useful, usable, findable, credible. Desirable, accessible, and valuable – these are the main things that make a website’s UX design and praiseworthy.

I have made a list of some UX factors that you must know to improve the experience and interaction of your users.


  1. Better Interaction
  2. Speed and Performance
  3. Eye-Catching Colors
  4. Images and Digital Content
  5. Responsiveness
  6. No Errors
  7. Provide Value
  8. Optimize Heading

A good UX depends on the design of your website, images, logo, elements, interaction, usability, and aesthetics.


Buddy Chung

November 27th, 2019

There isn't one set of perfect tools or processes but having been working for different companies, I found out Sketch and Invision are the 2 tools they use the most. Designers work on UI/UX on Sketch and InVision helps with approval/transparency with Stakeholders. Within Invision, you can move the projects to different stages, In-Progress, Approved etc. Jira is being used to work with developers and PMs to streamline works and Slack is used for communication tool among developers and designers. The most important thing is open communication and breakdown all the silos. Having a daily scrum in the morning is a good idea to show status.

Nikolai Golovanoff "Employees Come First." Working on App (MVP). Looking for a business partner (Hospitality).

December 2nd, 2019

Figma it’s pretty good.