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User Interface Design

Create interfaces that help users complete their tasks.

Welcome to the Reimagined HHS.gov

Learn more about the improvements HHS made to HHS.gov to help users find the information and resources they need faster and easier.

The user-centered design process is composed of several methods and tasks related to website development. The type of site you are developing, your requirements, team, timeline, and the environment in which you are developing will determine the tasks you perform and the order in which you perform them.

Choose a topic to learn more about how to complete each step.

Government agencies provide vital information and services that affect people’s daily lives. They have the responsibilities of responding to the needs of its citizens, running as effectively and efficiently as possible, and being timely and accurate with its information.

User Interface (UI) 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 brings together concepts from interaction design, visual design, and information architecture.

One Site Fits All: A Responsive Solution

Attempting to create and maintain multiple versions of your site to accommodate each device can be time consuming, resource intensive, and unsustainable as a long-term solution. Responsive design is the most effective solution.

Getting the Guidelines Up-to-Date

Updating the Guidelines is an important part of the reboot of our Usability.gov Program. We are creating the process and want to know how you’d like to see it take shape. 

Creating Wireframes

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