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Hala Canada
Vice President of UX/UI Design

Meet Hala, our VP of UX/UI Design at Shudan Design LLC.


With years of design leadership, she crafts seamless and visually captivating digital experiences.


Hala is passionate about creating user-centric designs and leads our team in driving innovation and excellence in UX/UI. Join her in shaping the future of digital design at Shudan Design LLC.

My Story

Hala graduated from Kennesaw State Summa Cum Laude with honors.  She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in UI/UX design. 

Hala is a brilliant designer who has created beautiful, commissioned artwork. Please ask her to show you some of her portfolio pieces, you will be blow away at her talent. 

Hala has agreed to join our team to bring her brilliant strategy and design talent to layout, websites, app and mobile site work for our clients.  We are extremely proud to have her on our team. 

If you aren't working with her yet, you are missing out. 


Designing a user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) layout involves a systematic process to create an effective and user-friendly interface for digital products. Here's a step-by-step process Shudan Design LLC will use as a guide to our clients' UI/UX layout process:

  1. Research and Planning:

    • Define the project's goals and objectives.

    • Understand the target audience, their needs, and preferences.

    • Analyze competitors and industry best practices.

    • Create user personas to represent your target users.

    • Develop a content strategy and information architecture.

  2. Wireframing:

    • Create low-fidelity wireframes to outline the basic layout and structure of the interface. These wireframes are simple, black-and-white sketches that focus on content placement and functionality.

    • Get feedback from stakeholders and make necessary revisions.

    • Use wireframes to establish the overall flow of the application.

  3. Visual Design:

    • Develop high-fidelity mockups or prototypes. These should incorporate the visual branding, colors, typography, and style guidelines.

    • Ensure that the design aligns with the project's goals and user expectations.

    • Create a design system or style guide to maintain consistency throughout the project.

    • Use design software like Adobe XD, Sketch, Figma, or others.

  4. Usability Testing:

    • Conduct usability testing with real users to gather feedback on the design and functionality.

    • Identify and address any usability issues, such as navigation problems or confusing elements.

    • Make iterative changes to the design based on user feedback.

  5. Responsive Design:

    • Ensure that the layout is responsive, adapting to various screen sizes and devices (e.g., mobile, tablet, desktop).

    • Test the layout on different devices to ensure a consistent user experience.

  6. Prototyping:

    • Create interactive prototypes using tools like Figma, InVision, or Adobe XD. These prototypes allow stakeholders to experience the layout's functionality.

    • Test the prototype with actual users to uncover any issues or improvements needed.

  7. Final Design:

    • Make any necessary refinements based on feedback from prototype testing.

    • Prepare the final design assets for development, including graphics and assets for different screen resolutions.

  8. Handoff to Developers:

    • Collaborate with developers to ensure that the design is implemented accurately.

    • Provide design specifications, style guides, and any necessary documentation to assist with the development process.

  9. Quality Assurance:

    • Conduct thorough testing to ensure that the final layout works as intended.

    • Check for any visual inconsistencies or functional bugs.

    • Address any issues that arise during the testing phase.

  10. Launch and Post-launch Evaluation:

    • Deploy the layout to the live environment.

    • Continue to monitor user feedback and analytics to identify areas for improvement.

    • Iterate on the design and layout based on real-world user interactions.

The UI/UX process is often iterative, with feedback and testing occurring at various stages to create a user-friendly and effective layout. Collaboration between designers, developers, and other stakeholders is crucial for a successful outcome.

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