A UX designer is the person who defines the user experience of a product. To provide better user experience, as a UX designer, you follow the design process that helps you to better organize different stages of the product design. At each stage of the process, there are certain outcomes and deliverables that you build and they behave as input to the next stage of the process.
This article describes the best practices of a few UX deliverables that are produced throughout the design process. There can be many deliverables that UX designers create while designing a product, however, this number varies depending on the process, the type of product and user requirements.
“Every click is an opportunity to lose prospects.”— Bryan Eisenberg
Clicking in a site, app, or product is a way to navigate between multiple views. By clicking on available UI elements, the users interact with your product and move from one page to the other to perform their desired tasks.
Tables are an essential part of the user interface that helps users to visualize large data at once in an organized form. Providing an easy to use experience for a data table is a challenging task when you are dealing with large data.
“There is nothing better than to see an amazing color in the right environment, it can change your whole mood.”— Morag Myerscough
Before talking about UX design, let’s have a look at colors around us and see how they are affecting our life. This world is very colorful, and our life will be dull without colors. The nature is full of colors and everything around look so perfect in its current that we cannot even imagine them colorless. Colors affect our moods, and no one can stop himself by praising a colorful view, whether it is sky, rainbow, trees, flowers, rivers or a human made creation.