We are a bunch of Hackers, Designers, Inventors and Visionaries with a common goal: to make beautiful and affordable technologies.
Established in 2018, Corpusvision has since then helped multiple startups and companies to turn their ideas into realities. Wroking closely with companies to improve their stacks and product to deliver best experience to their consumers.
Lets Understand first, What is Style-Guides?
A style guide is a document gathering all elements of your brand’s visual style. As Susan Robertson from the popular design blog A List Apart notes, a style guide is a “one-stop place for the entire team—from product owners and producers to designers and developers to reference when discussing site changes and iterations.”
It helps us to maintain
Consistency - a unified visual experience is one of the main qualities of brand identity that help you create trustful relationship with your audience.
Shared Vocabulary - When all your team member have one document they can refer to, the work really becomes collaborative.
Onboarding - New Designer can be involved in making design decisions from the very first day & don't have to constantly bug older employees.
Every project is usually different but I believe all of them can benefit from the style guide if it is defined with care and with a design system in mind.
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we often forgets that chanage to is neccssary . so are we telling you to chnage your business? NO!
what we want to say Its importnat to keep up with the new trend & chnage in order to remian competitive. if you dont change you might fade out even after having a great quality sometimes , so what you should do ?
Rebranding is best way to have a change in your business & it ofetn leads to huge success actuallyit keeps cuastomer intrested & shows them that people are still
working hard behind the scene making sure the product is the best out there no matter how much efforts they have to put.
rebarbing gives your brand a new start & fresh begining and can bring you new customers to . so do you need a rebranding now ?
We corpusvision are having an expert team who can help you in this and bring out a new born brand from your exisiting, cause they
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During a project kick-off meeting, my design team was in a discussion with a client when various mental models clashed in the room: “Why should we do that?” “What is journey mapping?” “Why do you need to mention man-hours for doing card sorting explicitly in the UX-effort estimation sheet—and, seriously, what is that?” It became quite evident that it was difficult for our client to understand the meaning and value of UX research. Of course, it would be rather ludicrous for the team to request that the client read about the benefits of UX research. But it became clear that everyone on the project needed a common language and a shared philosophy.
Should your design team dedicate time to UX research—despite the stakeholders and project manager thinking otherwise? How could you convince them of the return on investment (ROI) your client would generate by doing UX research? All too often, when these types of questions arise, teams sacrifice the value that a generative user-research phase would add. Many people think a research phase would be a waste of time and money. However, they are unaware of how user research impacts product strategy—from the conception of an idea to the delivery of the product. To change the mindset of your stakeholders from being naysayers to being advocates for user research, you must help them understand how research can add value to their product and that learnings from user research are an indispensable asset to a product team.
The discipline of UX research encompasses both generative user research and evaluative UX research. Generative user research is key and should constitute a full-fledged discovery phase, during which you can discover and analyze users’ behavior, needs, and motivations to contribute context and insights to product strategy and design. By using various user-research techniques during this phase, you can better understand users and their needs, which, in turn, helps your team to identify product requirements.
There are many methods of UX research and analysis that you can apply throughout the phases of the product-development cycle—such as competitive analysis, focus groups, surveys, contextual inquiry, card sorting, journey mapping, the creation of personas and scenarios, participatory design, Joint Application Development (JAD) sessions, and evaluative UX research methods such as A/B testing, design critiques, eyetracking, and usability testing. Each of these UX-research methods has its benefits and drawbacks. They are useful in achieving different goals. So choosing the right UX-research methods depends on your project’s requirements and constraints. Applying the appropriate UX-research techniques within the constraints of your project’s practical parameters is of paramount importance in ensuring a high-quality research plan.