Developing micro-interactions for the Lightning Design System
During the decade in the industry, our design agency worked a lot with companies from San Francisco. We are excited to provide our user interface design and user experience for companies in SF.
Our UI/UX designers usually work as an extension of our client’s teams. It means ongoing design, constant deliveries, and clear communication and roadmap of a product design.
From competitive analysis to interactive prototypes, our agency implements engaging and simple-to-use user interfaces including web design. Our user-friendly product design helps companies achieve quantifiable business goals through output that captivates the customer and sets them apart from the competition.
We work with established companies and growing startups.
We reached out to Ramotion for support on a significant update to our product. The team provided an expert that perfectly matched our needs and the resulting collaboration was a huge success. I definitely plan on working with them again.
Ramotion is helping us create a well-rounded and engaging experience for all of our customers. They feel like part of our internal team, and we have a great working relationship.
Ramotion is a rock solid team. They combine an innate instinct for good design with a keen understanding for real world business challenges.
I have impossibly high expectations, and the talented team at Ramotion didn't disappoint. They delivered thoughtful, polished designs, and code that made an outsized, positive business impact by dramatically increasing our customers' ability to find and understand support site content.
Requirements gathering: user personas, key use cases, current pain points, business goals, industry best practices.
2. UI/UX audit
Equity analysis, areas of opportunity, takeaway synthesis, WCAG 2.0 accessibility check, competitive analysis.
Information architecture, UX map, low-fidelity wireframes, draft clickable prototype.
4. Visual concept and style application
Visual direction, mood-boards, UI concept of the key screens. Applying a visual concept approved on the previous stage to the rest of the screens. High-fidelity clickable prototype.
5. Motion and iconography
Motion studies of the interface behavior, iconography and illustrations.
6. Assets and guides
A consistent library of UI elements (UI Kit based on atomic design system principles), recommendations for development team, iconography, illustrative guidelines and other brand identity element when needed.