“Maybe it should be called UE because UX stands for User eXperience,” Laura says. UX encompasses design, UI, and user experience.
At its simplest form, it is considering the user’s experience as they use your product. Revelry approaches this starting with userflows, which can be accomplished in the form of flowcharts, wireframes, or acceptance criteria. Device or browser usage constraints also factor into UX decisions.
Pinpointing the target audience is key. It’s important know what drives your audience. What do they want to do with your product? What problem is your app solving for them? How old are they? What is their level of technical experience? Developing user profiles is an excellent exercise that we encourage all of our clients to do, particularly startup founders. The more an ideal user can be described, the more tailored the user experience.