Website design is a complex process.
When I say “complex”, I’m not simply refering to the design and development part. Overall, the thought process and the decision taking stages are complex as well. Thus, right from inception to implementation, getting a website up and running is no piece of cake, especially if you are the type of designer or developer who likes to put his or her heart and soul into a project.
So, how do you arrive at a user-centric website design model? User-first approach is not something that can be accomplished by accident. In general, it requires meticulous planning and deep thinking, as well as constant feedback from multiple sources. As a result, at times even the best designers and developers produce sites lacking a user-centric approach.
The question that should, as a result, be asked is: how can this be avoided? In this article, we shall attempt to answer that question.