Sometimes it gets very difficult to make the right design decision, just because it’s a matter of time, because you can test that it is not working properly, and you think it’s better to change it.

If you, as me, are in that point, you will face a hard-to-face situation: re-design is needed.

Re-design doesn’t imply necessarily to change it all over again, sometimes it may happen that just minor cosmetic changes are enough, other times it may imply adding new functionality so your interface could be affected. Anyway, re-design is a task that should be done carefully, progressively unintrusevely and wisely.

Be careful to not to destroy the good ideas you already design it. Do it progressively to be sure that new changes are working perfectly. Do not be intrusive, do not stop in the middle of a change that can require a double effort for the user to be understood. Finally, be wise, small changes should follow the strategy to go in the right direction and not to go back to an endless point of your design.

Tips from above are mainly for myself, as you can see in the picture, I’m applying small changes to Pompitas de Málaga ecommece, cleaning it up and optimising space. Hope to finish it soon and hope you hardly notice anything.

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UX Lead at Ebury and graduated as a Computer Engineer at the University of Granada. In the past, I've worked as a teacher, consultant, and developer. Designing valuable technology for people is what I enjoy the most.

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