<Divyeshkumar
Ladani>
FAQ

Frequently asked questions

What kind of projects do you take on?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

I usually work on B2C software; that's my specialty--where I am sassy. But I also have about 6 B2B products in my portfolio. I do end-to-end product design + visuals.

What is your hourly rate?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

I only charge hourly for my ongoing projects that need work on the regular. One-time projects are charged upfront to keep them transparent and clean! My hourly rate is $15-60; it depends.

What time-zone do you work in?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

I work in Indian Standard Time, but I'm always ready to help out in emergencies, no matter the hour.

What is the typical timeline for a project?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

Depends on the scope of the project, really. Some projects take less than a week. Some take months. The best way to find out is to get on a quick call with me and discuss it. No strings attached!

How do you charge for projects?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

I quote a price upfront--so that you know exactly what you're paying and for what, and there are no surprises later. The exact cost of your project depends on the scope and requirements!

What does your design process look like?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

I take a problem-forward approach. Whether we&'re iterating on an existing product or building a new one from scratch, how to solve the user's problem in the simplest way possible is my first concern.

Please send me an email to understand my process in depth!

What metrics do you use to measure success?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

The best metrics are customer adoption, happiness, task success, and engagement. Several frameworks, such as the System Usability Scale, help us understand the product performance, and I'm happy to help with that.

What if I need help after the project is complete?
product, ux, experience, ui, interface, designer, and front-end developer, web, design

I always make sure to help out my clients one month after the project ends, for free. For any help, post that, we can work out an ongoing arrangement!