UI design experts who bring business, experience, and technology together.
What makes a good UI designer?
- Empathy: First and foremost, a good user interface designer is able to understand the emotional, social, psychological, and mental experiences of their users, and is able to extend that understanding to their teammates as well as the project stakeholders.
- BXT: Must have knowledge of business, experience, and technology, and be able to both integrate and balance them to create the perfect design. Business intelligence must be balanced with product thinking and creativity.
- Clear vision: Able to develop a clear vision of what they’re crafting, and then execute on that vision.
- “Other”-centered: UI design doesn’t work when it’s done in a silo, or when the designer is completely on their own. The strongest designs come from designers who work closely with a team and even other departments.
- Design skills: Ability to understand design concepts key for user interface creation, such as alignment and pixel detail.
- Masterful use of tools: Works quickly and efficiently with design software and tools.
Top-tier UI designers – chosen by you
Our senior UX practice team interviews UI design candidates for our clients based on a rigorous and effective evaluation process developed by Dave Landis, AccelOne’s experienced focused engineering advisor and highly regarded industry leader.
This process enables us to understand the design candidate’s specific areas of strength based on the many areas of knowledge which are needed for a designer to be successful on a particular UX project. These include, but are not limited to, interaction design, visual/UI design, information, prototyping, project management, user research, coding, and specific technology areas.
Once we are confident that the candidate is right for your project, based on the evaluation tool below, we will present them to you for an interview.