Design Processes

The UX & UI processes will change depending on the project, product, feature, problem to solve, improvements, enhancements, and goals to achieve...and this is because of the specific need of each item, story and use case. If the project is a greenfield project to discover, will be different that is on working to expand a vision or concept or just scale current systems.


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Most of the projects and teams that I have worked with are using project management software well known as Jira that supports any agile methodology, scrum, kanban, or your unique custom setup to collaborate with the team members. Atlassian is one of the best software for agile project management. It has tools like Jira that allow agile boards to report, plan, track, and manage all agile software development projects from a single tool.


UX User Experience and UI User Interface Process Sample


Design Processes Collaboration


Design Sprint


What is AD/CI/CD?

AD/CI/CD stands for Acceleration Design, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery. It is a set of practices that help software development teams to deliver high-quality software products in a more efficient and faster way.

AD/CI/CD Acceleration Design, Continuous Integration & Continuous Delivery

Introducing the future of enterprise software delivery - AD/CI/CD! With its cutting-edge Acceleration Design, Continuous Integration, and Continuous Delivery practices, AD/CI/CD is the most advanced software delivery process on the market today!

  • Acceleration Design (AD): This refers to the practice of designing software in a way that facilitates fast and efficient delivery. It includes practices such as modular design, microservices architecture, and cloud-native design, which enable developers to build and deploy software faster and with greater reliability.
  • Continuous Integration (CI): This refers to the practice of integrating code changes into a shared repository frequently, ideally several times a day. Each integration is verified by an automated build and automated tests to detect errors quickly. This practice helps developers to catch and fix bugs early in the development cycle, making the software more reliable and reducing the cost of fixing bugs later.
  • Continuous Delivery (CD): This refers to the practice of automating the entire software delivery process, including building, testing, and deploying software to production environments. It helps to ensure that software releases are reliable, repeatable, and can be deployed quickly and easily.


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