You mapped out a user journey, designed the screens, and added in interaction animations to a prototype — job done… right?
Not really. Once you go a level deeper you’ll see there’s a lot more to consider. And I’m not just talking about covering the different UI states of buttons!
This whole topic was a huge motivation for Primary itself. In this article we’ll go through the different design elements which will help:
What do user flows have to do with wireframes? Wait… there’s different types of user flows? Continue on my dear reader…
Am I going to be being (overly) dramatic — no way! (Yes).
Am I (probably) biased—you bet.
But do you have an informative, opinionated article in front of you which will add a tool to your designer tool-belt—yeah sure why not!
How could product teams better plan out what they want to build with their users in mind?
This was our focus over the last month and we’re happy to announce that all existing users will now be able to try out the new features on the Project page.
My life-long goal is to spread the word about user flows… Nah, not really, but I do care deeply about technology and the way we communicate how it works.
With the new Release feature you can take a snapshot of your project and then share it via a link to anyone (even if they don’t have a Reqfire account). Our users are using Release for Sprint planning and in Statement of Work documents.
We’ve shared our Roadmap as a Reqfire project to show you what we’re planning and also to give you an example project. (I know it’s a bit meta: Reqfire modelled in Reqfire!)
We’ve just recently redesigned the core functionality of our app to make it easier for new users to get started.
With our new Overview and Detail features, creating User Flows is now much more simple. Check it out and let us know what you think 🤔
War! Not really, but that’s how it can feel to choose which design tool to use in 2018.
When I’m not thinking about what tropical plants to include as mood hero images, I think about what design app should I be using.
Will I miss the cool train if I’m not coding buttons on Framer? Should I leave everything behind and move completely over to Invision?
In this article I’ll go through the years of design tools (starting way back in 2016), map out the current state, and then present some predictions for a design review.
We launched our plugin Sketch User Flows so you can keep your Reqfire model and Sketch designs in sync.
It’s easy to use: the plugin generates a map of Reqfire User Flows in Sketch, you can update the designs, and then sync them with Reqfire.
I love websites.
There’s nothing like getting the whole team together to create a new home page. Designers, illustrators, marketing, growth and developers all working together. You sprinkle on some SEO, optimise your acquisition tactics, and probably forget to upload your icons. Ah—websites 🙃
There’s great resources out there already about the best practices for landing pages. In this guide I’m going to show you how to find the right websites for inspiration. Then we’ll go through a breakdown of three examples to show you how to learn from their design decisions.