Mobile and Responsive Dev

What User Experience (UX) Means to Us

Jan. 2 2014
Rob Montero
Senior Engineer

I will be presenting a session at this years upcoming SANDCamp, January 23rd - 25th. We are excited for the upcoming camp, having all the members of Team Achieve here in San Diego, and doing some Drupal at the Beach. I will be presenting on what User Experience (UX) means to us. 

Here is the summary:

Web Development is ultimately about the end-user and giving them what they want. Before development can occur the end-user needs to be identified and then their needs, and desires can be determined. From there a strategy can be set to develop a solution that meets their needs. This is the true way to deliver award winning User Experience (UX). The term UX gets thrown around far too often without anyone giving it much thought, but delivering on the promise of a great UX requires substantial amounts of thought, strategy and experience.

At Achieve we strive to deliver on the promise of great UX in every development project we deliver. As experts in Drupal Development we have honed our skills over the course of 10 years and are able to deliver meaningful UX on all of our projects. Regardless of whether or not the client asks us for it or not, they are guaranteed a User Experience that will generate a ‘Wow’ every time they use their new system.  That is the most important thing for us at Achieve, developing platforms and solutions that are functional, elegant, and blow away our clients expectations. That is what we believe User Experience means. 

Presentation Outline:

  • Introduction
  • Defining the end-user and why they are the most important piece
  • How to meet their needs
  • Defining a relevant User Experience specific to the client’s Business Objectives
  • Helping the client define what the end user needs and determining the requirements
    • Intuitive workflows
    • Page layouts
    • Logical content structure
    • Site architecture & wireframes
  • Shaping the project scope and influencing the clients expectations
  • Pleasing the client and their end user at the same time
  • Functional systems that the end user use over and over again…that is amazing User Experience

You can sign up for SANDCamp by following the liunk below. Hope to see you there! 



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