1. Research
The foundation of my design process lies in research and exploration. Before diving into any project, I conduct extensive research, seeking to understand the  project’s needs and unique challenges. This stage is all about gathering information and identifying the problem that needs to be solved.

Finding the Competitors

Finding the Right Audience

Putting it all Together

2. Planning
With a solid understanding of the project, I begin to plan my approach. I create mind maps, find words, and generate countless ideas, seeking to uncover new insights and unique perspectives. This process is critical to my workflow as it allows me to explore every possibility and ensure that I am on the right track.
3. Design
After laying the groundwork, I begin to sketch out rough designs, incorporating the ideas generated during the planning phase. No idea is left behind; I explore all possibilities, allowing the design to evolve and take shape. As I work on the design, I am constantly revisiting the research and planning stages to ensure that I stay true to the project’s objectives.

Initial Designs

4. Iteration
The design process is never truly complete until I’ve explored every possible avenue for improvement. Once I have a rough design, I step back and analyze it with a critical eye. I challenge myself to come up with at least 10 different variations, refining and tweaking until I’m satisfied that I’ve reached the best possible solution. I don’t settle for just one option; instead, I aim to create a range of designs that can be compared and evaluated against one another. Through this iterative process, I’m able to push the limits of my creativity and consistently deliver high-quality designs and concept.

Final Designs

5. Finalizing
As the design nears completion, I take a step back to review everything with a fresh perspective. I carefully examine every detail to ensure that the design is flawless and meets all of the project requirements. This involves checking that the typography is consistent, the color scheme is appropriate, and the layout is optimized for the intended use.
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