What is User Experience?
The international standard of human system interaction defines user experience as "a person's perceptions and responses that result from the use or anticipated use of a product, system or service". This means that a user's experience includes his or her preferences, perceptions, beliefs and emotions, physical and psychological responses that can occur during or after the use of a product. According to the IS, system, user and context of use are three major factors that influence the experiences of a user.
How do you Hire UI/ux designers from globalemployees?
Why hire UI/UX designers from global employees?
GlobalEmployees prides itself on providing clients with highly skilled developers who give you:
A developer dedicated to your work. 1 Employee 1 Project policy.
No headaches about infrastructure, labor/employment laws, HR costs, etc.
An employee that you choose, not one that’s dumped on you.
Since you are the one driving your work you get a customized development for your specified guidelines.
Responsive design is accessible on any device.
Do you want to create the best user experience for your website? If so, you are at the right place. We provided highly qualified UX designers who can create your required website or mobile application proficiently. Our UX designers aim to create unique user experiences and deliver the best product possible.
Who is a UX Designer?
UX design or User experience design refers to the process of designing products so as to enhance user satisfaction by improving its usability, desirability and accessibility. A UX designer creates templates for web and mobile applications with PSD to HTML and CSS conversion. The entire process of acquiring and integrating a product including aspects of branding, design, usability, and function rests in the hands of a UX designer.
A UX designer has good knowledge of front end development frameworks. He or she is well aware of the needs of the application developers so as to cater to them efficiently. The designer ensures that a user has a great interaction and experience with the product.
In the picture to your left, we have a product as cereals, user interface and user experience.
If you ever think and analyse the objects around you, you will find millions of man-made objects that add to human desirability, usability and aesthetics. Let me explain with an example.
There are two coffee mugs- one is red in color, and non-insulating; the second mug is transparent and insulating. Now, if you want to enjoy a simple cup of coffee, which mug will you choose? If you choose the first one then your desire to have coffee is fulfilled if you drop it by mistake you realize that it's no longer usable. On the other hand, if you choose the second mug it does not have the aesthetic appeal of the first mug but it will not break if you drop it. Hence, it is more use-able. A designer has to keep in mind all these factors and concerns while creating a product. He has to fulfill all the demands that a customer might have.
What are the responsibilities of UX designers? How do they analyse it?
A UX designer has several other responsibilities outside of creating user experience. Some of them include:
Product Analysis: The foundation not UX design lies in market research and user research. A UX designer must understand the needs of the customer and for this he or she must perform adequate research. Product analysis means collecting data to understand the competitive market and its processes through channels like Personal interview, competitive analysis, online surveys, and focus groups, user needs, and brand direction. This date is analysed to create a unique design as per requirements.
Prototyping Design: After analyzing the data, the UX designer outlines the design of the product and draws out the contents of the product. A designer typically uses information architecture to fulfill the requirements of a user. This includes structuring, labeling and wire-framing. Wire-framing involves an illustration of the final product. The UX designer creates a draft version of the final product so as to experiment with it and to correct errors and inconsistencies before the product is shared with the other members of the team.
Interaction and Interface Designs: A UX designer is also responsible for interaction and interface design. These allow users to understand the product and also helps in the creation of navigation, hierarchies, and categorizations.
Usability Testing: Usability testing allows the designer to acquire information regarding the feasibility of the product and to determine its problems.
Optimal Design/Product Testing: At this stage the designer gathers and analyses verbal and non-verbal feedback from the user to create the optimal user experience.
Here are a few questions that need to be addressed while hiring a UX designer:
Do you have any experience in working with a similar product? If any, what was your experience like? What did you learn from your experience?
Do you have any experience in working with a similar client? If yes, what was your experience like?
In what role do you think you would best define yourself? UI, UI/UX, visual designer, art director, and so on? What do you consider as your strengths and shortcomings? With regards to the challenges in designing, what kind of challenges will you be comfortable with?
What UI tools do you think should be primarily used by the entire team—Sketch or Photoshop? What format do you think will be required for source handovers?
What is your preferred platform for communication Zoom, Slack, Skype, Trello, etc.?
Do you consider yourself as a self starter? Do you like to define your own schedules and timings?
Having taken a look at our brief, do you think there are areas we need to work on before addressing the scope we have outlined?
What is your availability at the moment? Are you available to work full-time/part-time/hourly? For how long are you available?
What are you most excited about in the project?
Additional points that must be considered:
Scope and expected delivery.
Timelines and goals for the product.
Global assumptions such as whether the product should be for mobiles as well, IE texting, etc.)
Special requirements such as whether the product should be made accessible for the visually impaired, the languages in which it will be available, etc.)
Technological specifications such as whether the product will be available for both iOS and Android, whether it will be available in virtual and augmented reality, REST API, etc.)
Legal concerns such as NDAs and other contracts.
If all expectations are met then the UI designer will be matched with a client and all the terms and services will be finalized in order to start the project.
The overall process to hire a UI/UX designer usually takes 1-2 weeks from the time you convey the requirements.
The Process to Hire a Resource is Quite Simple:
- Submit a job description including experience, qualifications, skill set, project details, etc.
- Our HR department finds candidates; matches and screens them.
- Based on the screening process, a consolidated candidate list is submitted to the client. And You select candidates from that list to interview.
- Once you are done with the interviews, you select the candidate you find fit for the position.
- Depending on the position, our screening and hiring process spans across 1-2 weeks post receiving the requirement from the clients.
Normal business work hours are eight hours a day, from Monday to Friday, throughout the month. This does not include any time taken for breaks or for meals.
Yes. You can hire a part time employee.
We understand that with employees there can be a performance issue and we are always open to discuss and find a solution mutually. Typically, if the performance of a resource is not satisfactory then we endeavor to find a replacement for you. In another situation where a hired resources has delivered a decent performance but has been unable to scale it up, then we will charge you for the number of days the resource has worked and, will refund the remaining amount. We would request you inform of any such dissatisfaction within the span of a week so that we can take appropriate steps. In situations where you have not expressed your dissatisfaction and the resource has delivered considerable amount of work, we will not be responsible. Herein, you are requested to mail us an appropriate notice clearly mentioning the termination of our services.
Yes. If you want to hire an employee, GlobalEmployees requires receipt for the first month’s invoice before the employee actually starts working.
No. There are no hidden charges. The price quoted with each submitted resume is the full and complete cost for the entire service. The only exception is if your employee requires software or hardware that we do not provide and is costly to acquire.
Yes. We can discuss the terms once you submit the requirement.
Credit Card, Wire Transfer.