Stay On the Right Path

Projects with the best ideas and even the most well-planned intentions often get sidetracked when assumptions don’t pan out and confusion sets in.  That’s where UI (User Interface) can step in to help recognize problems and alleviate stressors.  UI is a great asset to work out any possible problems and offer solutions before products get…

Projects with the best ideas and even the most well-planned intentions often get sidetracked when assumptions don’t pan out and confusion sets in.  That’s where UI (User Interface) can step in to help recognize problems and alleviate stressors.  UI is a great asset to work out any possible problems and offer solutions before products get to the end-user and then potentially turn into a disaster.  Multiple avenues of testing must be sought and examined to counter any impending problems long before they might appear, and certainly long before a product would get to the end market.  Discovering problems and adapting solutions early in the design process is critical to a successful financial, and emotional, commitment made by the owner of the product.

The User Interface

The usability of a product is obviously the main factor in its ability to succeed.  The User Interface (UI) needs to be simple, straight-forward, and easily understandable to the mainstream of users designed to interact with it.  If it isn’t, it fails.  Therefore, including the UI process in any chain of events to make the product better should be a given for every business and every concept before it enters the last stages of the manufacturing processes, and certainly before it reaches the market and the consumers it was meant to serve.

Prototyping

If you were an architect, you wouldn’t build a house before designing even the crudest of paper or cardboard models or cut-outs to help you visualize your end goal.  Neither should a developer go ahead with any project before fully examining its potential and the possibility for success, while examining the possibility of flaws. The prototyping process should begin in the early stages, bringing visualization to the project concept.  The earlier the prototyping process is started, the sooner any potential glitches can be foreseen and handled, therefore enabling the completed project to be the best it can be.

Designers and Engineers

Collaboration with experienced designers and engineers will greatly enhance prototyping results.  Complex interactions will necessarily need coding for action that is best managed by professionals with a great amount of expertise. StudioRed employs a team of impassioned experts who are very capable of delivering the best end results possible.  The motto of the StudioRed team is, “We study the world, test our theories, challenge convention, identify needs, and ultimately deliver innovation.”

Don’t allow your project to end up in the “attempted but never completed” pile.  Ensure your idea/project ends up following a determined path to success with help from the dedicated experts at StudioRed.  We are ready to put your concept into action.

 

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