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Getting to Know Your Design Environment

In the previous chapter, you discovered the basic concepts of the UX process, like moodboarding, personas, and flows, which are without a doubt an essential part of any design project. As you work, it’s best to keep all research results, analysis data, and other attributes nearby so you can always check if you’re on your planned design path. Remember that the usability and clarity of your final user interface will directly depend on the quality of your UX work.

However, creating a user interface is also a tricky and time-consuming part of design work. You might have done some excellent research and collected enough relevant data, but your actual design work may not always be smooth and easy. In real ...

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