From basic event apps to scalable enterprise software for companies, our long-standing design team can help your any idea
To ensure high quality and timely delivery of your product, we created a set of standards for our every designer to follow
Our design team has created different types of apps and software systems for all major industries.
We design products for customer-specified platforms, cross-platform apps and offer consistent user experience.
From developing the information architecture to creating the wireframes, Cross-Platform App UI/UX design services, interaction and UX design, developing prototype designs, creating custom icons and converting the designs to code, we can work with your team through the complete production process.
A powerful UI and UX is the key to more sales, higher user adoption rates and easier on boarding. By taking the following elements into account, we conduct the initial research and craft the design to deliver an immediate ROI for your business. Mindpath being one among the prominent UI design companies, we work hard in order to create stunning functional B2B apps with improved usability. We believe that everything that affects an end user is a part of the design process. UI/UX design is one of the core services offered by Mindpath where our experts in UI/UX work with a clear focus on the needs of the end-user, which is the central part of the entire app development process. While our designer builds prototypes and great user interfaces, our researcher brings you new customer insights and feedback for each work done by us in every week.
What is UX Design?
UX Design consists of a series of processes in which the user’s tasks, role, function, technology requirements, demographics and other needs are carefully considered at each stage of the software design.
Understanding the User
To put the user as the centre of the design process we first need to understand them, we need to get answers to important questions, such as:
What tasks they need to complete, and in what order of importance and frequency?
Where do they work from and what devices do they use?
What are their frustrations with any relevant existing software?
These are just some of many questions that need answering to understand the user. At Mindpath, our UX Designers collaborate with our Solution Architects to run UX workshops, surveys and online/face-to-face interviews.
What is a UX Workshop?
In a UX workshop, our Architects and Designers create mind maps with the users. First, we discover the different end-user functions that the software must cater for. Once the functions are known we create personas for each function and then list the tasks in order of importance that each personal will need to carry out when using the software.
Our UX Designers and Software Architects will create an interactive prototype for the software Building the prototype page by page is a cost-effective way of understanding the software structure and allows us to walk through the user journeys for each task relevant to each user personal.
The end-user is engaged throughout the process and is encouraged to provide as much feedback as possible.
The prototype is adjusted and improved as the feedback is received from the end-user, and the user personas created in the previous step are validated against it.
Find out more about how we create prototypes in our Planning, Prototyping & Documentation section.
Once the prototype is agreed and we know the software page structure, we can take a more detailed look at the on-screen interactive components.
Our UX Designers and Solution Architects work closely with you and review all research data to agree the design and formatting for the user interface controls and presentation of visual information.
Visual Design plays an important part in the User Centred Design process. A good quality software product not only needs to be appealing to the eye but each element must have the right amount of prominence according to its own importance, guiding the user without them needing to think about where to click or type.
Behind our design, there is always an idea based on the original concept, and all aspects of the design work will be connected to our design proposal. This coherence helps the user to be comfortable and familiar with using the application
An interactive element like a primary function button with an action like ‘Add to Basket’ should be more obvious to the user than a secondary button with an action like ‘Cancel’ or ‘Close’. On touch screen devices the position of these buttons would be near the bottom of the screen, closer to the user’s thumb. The text shown on a button would also as descriptive as possible, for example ‘Send Email’ is clearer to the majority of users than the word ‘Submit’.
The image below shows a visual design for a mobile application designed and built by MINDPATH Software, the design demonstrates the right balance in colour and prominence of elements, plus the position of buttons and spacing between text and imagery, allowing the user to interact easily and efficiently.