Designers & Creatives
Elements such as colors, shapes, images, and text are all used to capture the viewer’s eye and command focus towards a certain thought or action, much like a photographer does with a camera.
Graphic designers use their artistic abilities to help others interpret the world around them.Graphic design entails communicating an idea or concept visually. Graphic art professionals leverage typography, color, images, shapes, photography, and other design elements to bring an idea or story to life.
Here is just a short list of what graphic designers do on a daily basis:
- – Obtain input from clients to create concepts
- – Decide on specific colors, images, text, styles, and layouts
- – Draw images and logos by hand or with design software
- – Implement style, shading, art, and other highlights to designs
- – Use design, animation, and editing software
- – Keep up with the latest design trends and techniques
- – Collaborate with other graphic designers, copywriters, and marketers
A user interface designer makes each system as simple as possible while also ensuring that it’s intuitive to the end user from websites to software applications to computers and smartphones.
They take wireframes and designs of all interactive elements that are needed to navigate through the experience with as little friction as possible. This includes everything from buttons, dropdown menus, and site navigation to content layout and typography, plus elements like photography and video. A UI designer is a creative individual who focuses on the functionality and overall visual elements that enhance the customer’s ability to navigate within a digital product and achieve the action they’re there to do.
A user experience designer (UXD) creates and enhances digital interfaces like websites, apps, and software programs to make the experience more effortless and enjoyable for consumers.They focus on how people interact with products, brands, and layouts within digital interfaces. They leverage usability testing and user feedback to create wireframes that will be used to design a website, app, or other type of digital experience. A UX designer is a technical thinker who uses data, competitor analysis, and customer feedback to make a blueprint for understanding and addressing customer needs and preferences.
Some of the more common projects that UX designers complete are:
- – Performing user testing with the product in question
- – Creating and implementing surveys for direct customer feedback
- – Creating storyboards to reflect a typical customer
- – Analyzing usage data and traffic patterns
- – Conducting A/B tests to measure customer response
- – Reviewing competitors’ products for additional insights
- – Making style guides to define UI elements
- – Sketching ideas and designs
- – Creating wireframes to guide developers and visual designers
- – Prototyping products for user testing
- – Communicating with clients and other stakeholders
Every satisfied customer on every website starts in the hands of a talented web designer.This is no easy task since it involves both creative and technical abilities, so a top web designer is experienced in many different disciplines.
A designer specializes in creating and laying out the visual aesthetics of a website. This professional usually has a background in art or design and is highly visual by nature. Web designers are also well versed in creating a user experience (UX) that makes sites easier to navigate and visually appealing, which enhances the user’s ability to find what they’re looking for. In short, designers excel at helping brands find and express their unique identity online.
- – Excellent with conceptualizing projects
- – Solid artistic and design skills
- – Basic to advanced coding knowledge
- – Very proficient in graphic design
- – Familiarity with SEO and marketing
Requirement Posting and Initial Discussion With The Client
Our inside sales team initiates a call to understand the project in detail, along with budgetary constraints.
Project Analysis and Consultation with Domain Experts
The project team gets back with the proposed solution for development. This includes the scope, product backlog and the iterations on the project.
Team Approval & Deliverables Defined
Once the proposal is approved, the best fit candidate/team is selected.
Contract Signup and Outsourcing Kick-off with Sprint Plan
Once the candidate/team is selected and the processes agreed upon, the contract is initiated.
Deployment and Performance Reviews
The candidate/team is deployed and becomes a part of your in-house team working the same office hours as you, while we handle regular performance reviews and administration.