Real Estate Software
- Real Estate Business
- Property Development
- Real Estate Software
- Real Estate Marketing
An offshore Website/UI Designer is the perfect complement to your real estate software design team. They can analyse website functionality and help to develop interface designs, navigation proposals, organisation of visual components, and create wireframe prototypes - all before development begins. If your company routinely develops bespoke components for clients, your offshore UI Designer will play a crucial role in making sure the client understands the possibilities and limitations of the product, ensuring greater satisfaction across the board.
5 Things your Website/UI Designer can do for you!
User Requirement IdentificationYour end user’s needs will determine the best type of user interface (UI.) The Website/UI Designer must work in collaboration with product managers and engineers to gather and evaluate user requirements, in order to create a website that provides end users with a high quality user experience. The real estate market audience has specific needs which must be considered.
Prototype DevelopmentBefore a real estate website design is decided, UI mockups and prototypes must be developed to show exactly how the site will function and what it will look like. The user experience journey should be completely clear. Your designer and developers can work hand in hand, then the rest of the team should review the wireframes and sign off on it before the web design process begins.
Website DesignAny real estate website should be designed around the approved UI prototype. Your designer can provide examples of their design proposals using sitemaps, process flows and storyboards to illustrate the customer journey. They may also prepare and present original graphic designs, such as sketches, tables, or sourced images, and rough drafts of the web content.
Graphic UI DesignThe appearance of graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs and widgets will also be under the purview of your Website/UI Designer. They will need to build out the aesthetic look of page navigation buttons and search fields, and conduct layout adjustments as well as style modifications between rounds of internal team feedback.
User Experience TroubleshootingOnce the real estate website has passed through stages of development, your designer can work in tandem with your developers to fully test the site. It is crucial to identify and troubleshoot UX problems such as responsiveness, buggy submittable fields, cache refreshing, url redirects, and more. This Q/A step is vital to customer satisfaction.