Our digital experience staff have extensive experience creating elegant, intuitive, and effective visual designs for web and mobile applications – including logos, branding, graphics, layout, information architecture, and navigation. In this always-connected digital world, our human-centric designs target mobile solutions by creating user interfaces for responsive and mobile-first web applications, cross-platform mobile applications, or modern progressive web applications.
At Quoin, creating a user-interface is part of a comprehensive engineering process, and includes the specification details required for a cross-browser and cross-platform solution. Shown here is an annotated mockup for the Delta 8.7 website, which facilitates hand-off during implementation. The site was implemented for UN University to provide a data visualization and knowledge management platform.
A home page mockup of the e-commerce site for 90+ Cellars is shown here, which demonstrates an attractive and easy-to-use design for consumers. We always focus on ensuring that our designs are user-friendly whether they are on a mobile or desktop device.
Our approach is driven by alignment between stakeholders and developers.
We often use methods and tools based on the specific project, but often use the following:
We strive to engage stakeholders to articulate goals, use measurable objectives, capture our shared understanding, and plan for stakeholder feedback. Creation and elaboration of the visual design and user experience is a process of incremental delivery and continuous feedback from stakeholders. We prefer a hybrid approach of an initial design phase and then concurrent process of visual design, user experience, and development. Thus, we will have our design resources available throughout a project, even if we aim to have the UI/UX design 80% completed early in the project.