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UX Design for Developers
Even though we hear everywhere about UX design, we still don’t have a global understanding and definition of UX design. UX covers a broad range of disciplines and skills, such as testing, research, prototype, interactions, visuals, sounds, accessibility, animations, wireframes, developing user journey, user flows, information architecture, sitemap, etc. UX, in short, is all aspects of a product/service as experienced by the users. What does a UX designer do? The UX designer's mission is to develop products that fit perfectly in people's lives, products that have a human-centered approach, and help users achieve their goals. UX designers work on making computer-human interactions as smooth and “human” as possible.
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Lesson: User Flow
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There are so many different pathways a user can take when they are interacting with a product. User flow is a part of the user journey, and it lays out the user’s movements through the product, mapping out every step the user takes from the start (the entry point), right through to the final interaction or outcome.

Why do we use user flows?

Picturing and developing this process allows designers to evaluate and optimize the user experience and to understand what needs to be built; it helps you and your team think about how the users might approach a task and what type of experience you want to provide them.

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UX Design for Developers
Even though we hear everywhere about UX design, we still don’t have a global understanding and definition of UX design. UX covers a broad range of disciplines and skills, such as testing, research, prototype, interactions, visuals, sounds, accessibility, animations, wireframes, developing user journey, user flows, information architecture, sitemap, etc. UX, in short, is all aspects of a product/service as experienced by the users. What does a UX designer do? The UX designer's mission is to develop products that fit perfectly in people's lives, products that have a human-centered approach, and help users achieve their goals. UX designers work on making computer-human interactions as smooth and “human” as possible.
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