User Experience (UI/UX) Engineering

Ready-to-implement wireframes for visual and functional understanding of the product.

The planning phase of the Software development life cycle is put into pictures, designs, and workflow while building the prototype of the idea.

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The planning phase of the Software development life cycle is put into pictures, designs, and workflow while building the prototype of the idea.

Before we get into
the specifics of this stage,

Let us give you an overview
and a few basic definitions we
might refer to throughout the

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A skeletal structure of the application/website provides a visual guide of the placement of functional components.

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Master Layout

The primary design of all the screens of the applications. Over this Master Layout, the function-specific elements are added to customize it further.

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Software Requirement

A formal document designed to outline the details of the functional requirements for the application or system.

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Hyper Text Markup Language

It is a standard markup language to create web

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Application Programming

An intermediary piece of programming code that
helps two different applications interact, for the
exchange of data and information.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

Line of tags, properties, and attributes written on an application development platform to describe how the HTML elements are displayed on the screen, paper, or any other media.

First things first


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The User Experience Engineers are provided with the wordy SRS document from the planning phase of the application. When we say, “ User Experience Engineers”, we mean professionals who have the wisdom to:

  • Understand the functional flow of each element and, thus, the entire system.
  • Suggest the best design method to represent the client’s idea.
  • Work with design tools such as Adobe, Photoshop, Figma, Canva, etc.

Professionally, we designate the UI/UX experts as “Product Designers”.

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Professionally, we designate the UI/UX experts as “Product Designers”.

The product designers discuss the SRS document with the requirement analysis team and suggest the specific design elements for the software solution.

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Here is a snippet of what is
being discussed in this

  • The color theme needs to be followed to represent the client’s system in its best face. The decision is reached either by matching the shades and color tones with the client’s existing website, product themes, or what is best suited for the category.
  • For example, Banking applications must be built with shades of blue as it gives a sense of trust; for any system built for kids, the color theme must be vibrant, bright, usually red, yellow, green.
  • A Master Layout is agreed upon that would form the basis of all the screens of the applications. For this purpose, the inspiration is taken from the previously designed wireframes, market trends, client’s products/service representation, and personal taste of the product owner.

P.S. Here, inspiration can also be referred to the competitive analysis. It is important to do, but we at Anuyat, believe in customized distinctive touch to all our designs.


wireframe development

The whole system's design is now being agreed
upon, but the design will still be implemented as a
phase-wise wireframe.

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  • The landing page wireframe is designed with all the visible elements on the screen.
  • The style of hyperlinks is added, including its look, transitioning, and animation.
  • The placeholders for images and pictures are arranged.
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Wireframe layout
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  • The pages linked with each hyperlink are designed with a specific page layout, that fits within the Master Layout.
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  • The content and images are placed in their designated position on the layout.
  • Now begins the touch-up of every single placeholder on the layout. The background of the elements, shapes, supportive elements and connective flows are added on each designed page.
Finding the bugs in the wireframe
Wireframe ready for development Wireframe ready for development
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  • The different versions of the design are made to have options, receive feedback, and choose the best one that would rightly speak for the application idea.

experts' thoughts

Our UI/UX experts' thoughts

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The wireframing and prototyping are much more than just the beautification of the application.

  • The wireframes must include all the elements and components of the application, as agreed upon in the planning phase and mentioned in the Software Requirement Specifications (SRS) document.
  • The prototype must show the placement of all the elements of the required application/solution, as per the efficient navigational flow of the business process.

The prototyping phase usually takes 4-6 weeks, depending on the factors such as complexity of the application, frequency of change, and the time taken to decide the final design.

Design versions for responsive application

Initially, the wireframing is visualized over a personal computer (PC) or laptop with an average screen size of 13 to 15 inches. All the placements of elements in the layout are linear and non-linear, as per these specifications.

But since most audiences would view the application over their smartphones, there is a need to cater to the responsiveness.

A separate wireframe is designed to visualize how the application would appear on an average smartphone screen size of 5.5 - 6 inches.

Designing the responsive wireframe

Tools used while prototyping
and wireframing

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Need for prototyping &
for the
application development process

It is always advised by the learned people to begin with jotting down a rough sketch of an integrated system.
Pen and paper are the best way to do it. But in the age of technology, UX experts have a lot of brilliant tools
at their disposal.

But the main question here is when a team has a requirement document, why shouldn’t they directly start
implementing it on the functional technologies and build the application? Why do we need a wireframe?

Developers and product designers have different creative edges. While on the one hand,
the designer is more focused on the correct representation of the system, the developer
burns the midnight lamp oil to provide the best functional elements in the system. With
the approach of wireframing the solution, the developer's work gets accelerated.

Who is interested in

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Wireframing interests everyone involved in building the software application. Each one of the participants has their reason for the same.

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Developers get a clear understanding of the look and feel of the system. And hence, can focus on putting the design into action, using the code, CSS, and API integrations.

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The Business Development Team uses wireframe documents to identify the gaps between the promises made in the SRS document and the designed system.

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The Quality Analysis Team uses the wireframe to identify the gaps between the designed and developed system. They report the various set of deviations from the wireframed document, such as the font style, missing elements, size of the elements, issues in the mobile view of the application, etc.

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Project Managers refer to the wireframe to understand the technological requirements & expertise needed for the development, missing resources that need to be acquired (experts, APIs, services, etc.), and adjust the project timeline if required.

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Our Clients are the most excited ones to see the wireframe, and it becomes the basis of the in-process meetings. Wireframes are shared with the clients to keep them in the loop and ensure that the system design is going as expected.

Quite an extensive list. Isn’t it!

The role of

a content writer

The appropriate use of content, complements the design of the application. The content writer crafts the appropriate titles, paragraphs, and creative ideas to represent the layout in words.

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