Welcome to WidgetWorkz
We are a small, dedicated group of user experience and user interface experts focused on delivering the highest quality design to our clients across a range of digital products. Based in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, we deliver the best in class UX and UI design by putting the consumer or customer needs at the forefront of our creative process. From websites to brochures, to an ad campaign scheduled to reach the four corners of the earth, we turn our expertise into intuitive digital experiences that increase your client conversions and drive sales, lead generation and efficiency for your business. Reputation is everything to us. We have no sales people, so we live by our portfolio and the success our clients achieve. They are our best ambassadors. They are our friends.
The Creative Process
We have created this section to better help you understand our standard design process. This is simply an outline of how it is that we choose to work, but we are sure you will find this process may change for different with each individual project. If after reviewing this page, you find that you still have questions, we invite you to contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The discovery phase begins with an initial “think tank” meeting, where we ask our clients a series of questions in order to help our team define the client’s needs and desired outcome of the project. This phase is slightly different for a website design than that of a brochure or logo design, but remains the most important stage of the process. In this phase, we will identify the important components of the design. This includes: Market Research, Design Research, Information Gathering, and last but not least, Design Proof Submissions. Once the design aesthetics and direction has been established, we will then move on to Phase 2.
The second phase of the design process is where we begin to take all of the information from Phase 1 and bring it to life. This is where fashion meets form, and we supply the client with a series of proofs for their review and consideration throughout the entire design process. In the case that we are hired to build and design a website, the client is given a live URL link to the site design, which they are asked to visit daily in order to track the design progress. We also request that the client submits any changes (as needed) while the site is being built, which helps to ensure that their deadline date is met. Keeping our clients involved throughout the design process does away with the shock factor that so many have experienced after being delivered a product that is far from their original vision.
The Approval Process begins when the client has expressed that they are satisfied with the design of the project. It is now the client’s responsibility to review the design one last time, in order to ensure that all of the information included within the design is correct, and there are no spelling/grammar issues present. This step in the process is vital if the project is set to be professionally printed, as spelling/grammar mistakes are not something you want showing up in your final print. There are several areas that require an approval to make further progress with your project. Each product category has different guidelines to determine what exactly an approval determines. We recommend that you take some time to get familiar with the approval guidelines which apply to your project by reviewing our Project Approval Guidelines.
The final Phase of the Design Process is the Delivery Phase. This Phase varies depending on the particular type of project. Once we have received your final approval on the project, we will be ready to provide you with your final project files. For projects that are web based, like websites and e-commerce solutions, once final payment is received, we will upload the project files to your hosting account and complete final testing to ensure proper functioning on your server. For simple graphic design, or branding solutions, we will transfer your files to you via dropbox, and include instructions. For projects that are going to print, we will request instruction on the type of file format you require and discuss if you need these files sent directly to your printing company.
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