Get Started with Design Thinking All projects require design thinking – this entails the five stage model proposed by the Hasso-Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. They consist of empathy, define (the issue), ideate, prototype and test – with the focus on these five stages of design thinking - any simple or complex problem has a solution.
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About Me Hello my name is Ernesto R. Munilla - welcome to my life’s passion – UX and UI design. If you have found me amongst all the other possible UX/UI designers – you are in the right place. I have been developing and working with UX/UI design for more than 12 years. I love a challenge and I stay late to discover what will work for a client, but most importantly – what will work for their customers.
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I enjoy the UX/UI process and the possibilities for a client’s project. I can see the big picture, because I’ve worked with large affiliate marketers that brought in millions of dollars in revenue, to the smaller six figure companies that are also passionate about their business and its details.
The common denominators are always the same - does the product or service you create have an audience that can use it, find it, afford it, and enjoy the process of obtaining it with you. Then what’s it like after the process of obtaining the item or service – do you have a good customer service in place, do they have a good sound process to keep them coming back, buying more, or even spreading the word?
I don’t just view my client’s product or service – I immerse myself with the client’s vision for their product or service they want to offer, and see what the potential is and what the future outcome could be.