My name is Luuk Rosenquist, a 2003′ Dutch UX/UI student at the University of Applied Sciences in Rotterdam. I study Communication and Multimedia Design. Besides my study, I love to play fieldhockey and travel the world. Exploring new cultures and tasting their food is what makes me happy.
Come up with a commercial solution for food trader Getir and encourage customers to make more sustainable choices.
“What is the best way for a resident to receive assistance from the municipality when they have questions?”
Serenity Infotainment System
“Design an infotainment system with no need for physical buttons, allowing the driver easy access to all functions while maintaining user-friendliness.”
Sustainable Development Goals
“How can we encourage middle-aged homeowners to generate and utilize affordable sustainable energy at home?”
The design process is crucial in UX design as it ensures a user-centered approach, allowing designers to understand and meet the needs of their users effectively.
In the discover phase of a design project, we conduct extensive research and gather valuable insights to understand the problem, user needs, and project constraints.
After this we analyze the research findings from the discover phase and synthesize them into a clear and well-defined problem statement that serves as a foundation for the subsequent design process.
In a design sprint, cross-functional teams collaborate intensively over a focused period, typically a week, to ideate, prototype, and validate innovative solutions to a specific design challenge.
After this we utilize the insights gathered from previous phases to develop and refine detailed concepts, creating tangible prototypes and design iterations that address the identified problem and meet user needs effectively.
The finalized and tested design solutions are implemented, produced, and released to the target audience or stakeholders for their use and feedback. We deliver the product to the customer.