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UX Design consultation
What is the User Experience (UX) design?
UX design is an evaluative and creative process targeting product acquisition and integration. Specifically, UX design analyzes the product’s brand, model, and functional aspects through users’ lense and interactions with it.
In other words, user experience (UX) design is the design process focused on user needs. It is a design that is designed to improve accessibility, help the user to reach their final goal faster, more comfortable, more efficiently, and pleasantly.
This type of design is vital for stable product success. A product or service could be ingeniously designed; however, if it does not have enough users to experience it, its design has been pointless.
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- Guarantees that your product meets users’ needs.
- Harmonizes users’ and businesses’ interests.
- Includes research-testing cycles before, during, and after product creation.
- Reduces errors and increases the probability of product success.
- May include dynamic prototypes allowing users to interact with the product and explore interactions, detect operating problems, concepts, etc.
- Ensures achievement of project goals.
UX Flash Design Process:
Processes, Maps, Flows
Wireframes, Diagrams and Annotations
Low-Fi Prototypes & Testing
Hi-Fi Dynamic Prototypes & Testing
Support & Documentation
What to expect from us
- World-class design quality.
- Transparency and constant communication.
- Detailed design stages tailored to your project.
- Defined deadlines, deliverables, and due dates.
- Regular meetings (e.g., weekly) for project updates and receiving your feedback.
A detailed report (typically, 100-150 pages) on analysis, research, strategies, sketches, drawings, and prototypes will be delivered in digital or printed format. You may choose from a written document or a presentation with slides, a web page, a video, or any other style.
The prices will be determined depending on what would be included in the proposal. It will also depend on the needs and preferences of your business, as well as the amount of work that is anticipated to achieve your goals.