E-Vistas can do various types o designing
User interface (UI) designing
Ui Designing are responsible for the end user’s visual experience using websites, mobile applications, and e-commerce stores for practically any market. They often work closely with UX (user experience) designers. Tools commonly used by UI designers include wireframes, Affinity Designer, InVision, Sketch, and Adobe products such as XD, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
User experience (UX) designing
UX designing, shape the products and services we use. This can include physical components such as a video game device, as well as your experience using a website, a mobile application, an IoT (internet of things) interface such as one for wearable medical technology, or an e-commerce store. They regularly work with UI designers who develop the look, while UX designers are responsible for the overall experience a user has with a digital or physical product.
Graphic designers create visual concepts such as illustrations, logos, and layouts, using computer software programs or drawing them manually. Their designs are used for websites, logos, magazines, product packaging, infographics, marketing brochures, manuals, books, billboards and signs, and more. Those that design digital images and layouts use software, such as CorelDRAW Graphics Suite, Affinity Designer, and Adobe’s Creative Suite, which includes Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator.
Brand and product designer
Product designers combine product design and marketing skills, focusing on both product function and the user experience, to help your products make an impactful connection with your target audience while resonating with your brand. Creating a relationship between brand strategy and product design helps ensure products meet end-user expectations and needs while reflecting the brand image. The skills required include familiarity with UX and UI, product management tools, front-end coding, and design tools such as Sketch, Invision, Adobe XD, and Marvel POP.