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User experience design HCEV

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The process of iterative design to enhance user satisfaction by improving the usability and accessibility provided when interacting with a system, product or service.The design of users’ digital and offline tasks, interactions and interfaces to meet usability and accessibility requirements. The refinement of designs in response to user-centred evaluation and feedback and communication of the design to those responsible for implementation.

User experience design: Level 6

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Obtains organisational commitment to strategies, policies, and standards to deliver required usability, accessibility and security. Specifies user experience design standards and methods to meet organisational objectives for systems, products and services and combining digital and off-line experiences. Plans and leads user experience design activities for strategic, large and complex programmes.

User experience design: Level 5

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Determines the approach to be used to design and prototype digital and off-line tasks, interactions and interfaces in line with the usability and accessibility needs of the system, product or service. Uses iterative approaches to rapidly incorporate user feedback into designs. Plans and drives user experience design activities providing expert advice and guidance to support adoption of agreed approaches. Integrates required visual design and branding into the user experience design activities.

User experience design: Level 4

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Designs and develop users’ digital and off-line tasks, interaction and interfaces to meet agreed usability and accessibility requirements. Translates concepts into outputs and prototypes which generate user feedback to improved design solutions. Specifies appropriate tools, methods and design patterns. Evaluates alternative design options and recommends designs taking into account required performance, usability and accessibility. Interprets and follows visual design and branding guidelines to create consistent and impactful user experience.

User experience design: Level 3

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Applies tools and methods to design and develop users' digital and off-line tasks, interaction and interfaces to meet agreed usability and accessibility requirements for selected system, product or service components. Creates workable prototypes Assists as part of a team on overall user experience design. Assists in the evaluation of design options and trade-offs. Consistently applies visual design and branding guidelines.

User experience design: Level 2

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Skill level 2 deleted