UI/UX developers are specialists in optimizing user experience in your product. 60% of your product comes from the user experience and it is important that users like your product so that they adopt it. Designers take your raw product, transform and organises it into a presentable version for your target audience.
Services and Specialisation
- Interface Design
- User Testing
- Information Architecture
- Usability Analysis
- Interaction Design
What makes a good UI/UX developer?
- Strong user-centric mindset – has the user in mind and not just the aesthetics of the product
- They do a lot of user research before starting on their project
- Has strong organizational skills
- Has a strong portfolio of past works relevant to your project
Main price factors
- Complexity of design
- Number of pages/screens to be designed
Expected price range when hiring UI/UX designers
Typically $5000 for basic projects, $10000 upwards for intermediate projects and up to $50000 for highly complex systems.
Tips, tricks and challenges
- Always test their work to see if as a user, you actually want to continue using your product
- Know your user base beforehand to aid in the development of your product
- Put the designer in touch with your users so that they can have an unbiased view of what your users really want and come up with new ideas to better meet their needs.
Advice from other buyer(s)
- Check his portfolio to see if his past works are suitable for what you want. Share with him your business nature and find out what kind of website he can make. See what he quotes and compare this with other designers. It will be good if he can design a template on photoshop and convert it into html or wordpress, so he can do both design and development work. Give him tests and ask technical questions to test his skills. (SF, UI/UX designer)
If you need help renting out a co-working space , visit this link and we will be more than glad to help you in your search!
ThunderQuote is the most comprehensive business services portal in Singapore, Australia and ASEAN , where hundreds of thousands of dollars of procurement contracts are sourced every month by major companies like Singapore Press Holdings, National Trade Union Congress and more.