In this blog post, we'll discuss what you need to include in the UI section of your production specification document (PSD).
To create a detailed user interface section in your product specification document, you’ll want to include the following five areas:
Let’s dig into each in detail.
The first thing you should include in this section is the overall design of your UI. This can include information on the colour scheme, typography, layout, and any other relevant design elements to your product.
The navigation of your product is an essential aspect of the UI. Users need to find what they’re looking for quickly and easily. This section includes how users navigate your product, such as menus, tabs, and buttons.
Interaction design refers to how users interact with your product. This can include details on how users input data, interact with buttons, and navigate between screens.
The visual design of your UI is another critical component. This includes the use of colour, typography, and graphics. Be sure to include details on how these elements are used in your product.
Accessibility is an essential consideration for any product. This section includes information on how your product meets accessibility standards, such as providing alternative text for images or using contrasting colours for text and background.
The UI section of your PSD is a critical component of creating a successful product. Ensuring your UI is well-designed and user-friendly can create a positive user experience and increase user engagement.
To help you get started, we’ve developed a product specification workbook and worksheet, essentially a “paint by numbers.”
Download both for free here and get started on your PSD immediately.
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