Ideation is a creative process where you generate ideas in sessions (such as sketching, prototyping, brainstorming, worst possible idea). It is the third stage in the Design Thinking process. Participants gather with open minds to produce as many ideas as they can to address a problem statement in a facilitated, judgment-free environment.
We brainstorm different ideas to get the best result and start to develop real application from that best ideation. After this step User Flow Diagram comes into play which helps to understand the logic of the product by showing every possible interaction with the UI, the road-map of those interactions and the interface state at every point. User interface (UI) for each navigation screens are designed from final ideation concept.
User interface design focuses on anticipating what users might need to do and ensuring that the interface has elements that are easy to access, understand, and use to facilitate those actions. UI design gives us clear vision of the application we are developing. We stick to this design throughout each iterative step. Once we are complete with our UI design and get confirmation from client we then start to develop interactive prototype of the application.
We integrate user interface design by applying object-oriented development. We move forward with current trends, possible interface scaling, and the time needed for the design development and implementation by the development team. With test data we develop complete functional application. Customer can fully test and evaluate the demo product although it is limited by the usable number of screens and functionality that has been designed and developed. Logic development, test case and test scenario development and documentation are done in parallel with prototyping and development.