Design requires a 360⁰ approach. Every element of the design must be sketched, visualised, conceptualised and deemed appropriate for the user, before it enters the real world. Put quite simply, good design doesn’t ‘just happen’. The aesthetics, functionality and experience must all be considered collaboratively for a great piece of work to come to fruition.
In this post you’ll discover:
- What the digital world can learn from its fashion, car and construction design counterparts
- Why the commitment to prototyping is essential
- How the experience design process should look
Read Gareth’s blog on The danger of pushing design decisions downstream, first published December 2016 >>