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This is more of DEPENDS type of question which depends on how and to whom you are explaining your product. But on the same phase if you are asking in general, then of course, yes it is mandatory to do Requirement Gathering(Business, User, System requirements) to have a better user experience. Additional I recommend you to read Jesse James Garrett's The ...


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I have been doing research about healthy eating for 6 months.Based on my invesitagtion of the best applications on play/App store, I would recommend you to look at Lost it Nutrition Menu MyFitnessPal My personal Diet Based on my experience in that project, I can easily say that there's no "One-size-fits all " pattern for this but I can advise you to do ...


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There isn't really one best way of handling this. I've seen different systems used successfully, and those same systems used unsuccessfully when poorly applied. However, depending on the complexity of the site, I find it useful to start off with some rough page flow diagrams, which look like really nasty wireframes (I'm only interested in what action opens ...


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It sounds like you've already looked at the company, it's strategies, goals and products, and how they want to interact with their users. That will help guide you. You mentioned you haven't do logo design or web design before. Have you looked into visual communication? That's the practice of taking a message and conveying it in visual form. I did alot ...


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You can test your prototype in a number of ways: You could create a cliackable prototype for qualitative tests using something like Invision and then ask test users to complete specific tasks (like "Find out about weekend breaks in Paris") without guidance whilst telling you what they are thinking as they use the prototype. Alternatively you could run ...



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