Next, I began the design process with wireframes and low-fidelity prototypes. This method allowed me to test the application’s functionality and usability before committing to a final design. I used user feedback to improve the design and iterated until I had a functional prototype that met the client’s specifications.
The next stage of the project involved developing the application’s visual design. I created a design system with typography, colour, and iconography guidelines. The visual design was created to reflect the application’s minimalistic and user-friendly approach. To achieve a modern and professional look and feel, I used a simple colour palette of black, white, and orange.
After the visual design was completed, I began the project’s development phase. To ensure that the application was accessible and usable on all devices, I used a responsive design approach. I also incorporated accessibility best practices to ensure that people with disabilities could use the application.