With the increasing digitization of all aspects of life, intuitive user interfaces are becoming ever more important. User interface design is a key component when it comes to product quality and user experience. Clearly designed icons, symbols that are easy to understand, and simple user guidance enhance a positive user experience and create trust in the brand.
Why Barski Design?
Our design begins with a comprehensive analysis and observation of the target group. What needs and expectations does the user want the product to fulfil? What are the potential challenges that have to be met? Taking into account the user’s behavior and communication habits we develop an individual product that ensures all the relevant information and content is easily accessible in a user-friendly manner – and also ideally conveys the product’s brand philosophy. In user interface design we design and program interfaces that can be used intuitively. By using a smart, logical structure we navigate the user through various information levels and provide him with clear orientation – wholly in line wiht our slogan "People focused design". All User Interface Design Projects
The human factor
Effective interfaces provide users with ideal support in absorbing information and thanks to their clever and interesting composition succeed in appealing to the user’s emotions. The human factor determines the success of a user interface. Good interface design makes the user curious, holds their attention, provides a valuable benefit and motivates the user to continue interacting with the interface. We draw the user’s attention specifically to important content, which is clearly identifiable and presented in an easily understandable manner.
Information architecture and orientation
The essence of user interface design is the creation of an information architecture that is ideally tailored to the user’s attention capacity. Data and content are structured, organized as hierarchies and presented visually in logical contexts of meaning. Given people’s limited attention capacity a balance is needed between text and pictorial visualizations. Uniform design patterns reflect the user’s expectations and offer orientation in virtual spaces. The structuring of operating fields and icons follows the logic of the workflow.