A rough scheme of work for a better understanding of the process is presented below. But depending on the task, the number of stages may vary. It depends on the uniqueness and niche of the project, terms, the number of design stages.
You fill out the brief and send it to me by mail. After analyzing the brief, I collect information about your users, study the industry you're in and analyze competitors to find the best ways to meet the challenges and develop the information structure of the project (wireframe).
Seeking and carefully filtering viable ideas that will help you stand out from the crowd. Alongside I select references and collect content.
Afterwards, I create a prototype to understand how the project might look, then the prototype will be submitted for approval. After that, I develop the design of the concept of the first screen, sometimes I show animation in the concept to convey the idea.
Visualization of all our decisions. I combine a considered user interface with a minimalistic design. This is an important point, as well as research. We need to keep the user's interest and desire to get back to your product.
I conduct my own internal testing, namely, I make sure that the reaction that the site causes from users is positive, I check all functional requirements and identify errors, if any.
I prepare the final results for the handoff, also I give you and your development team some recommendations.