We build responsive web design that is equal parts appealing on all types of devices (a phone, tablet or a desktop, it doesn’t really matter) and has a strong functionality.
The beauty of responsive web design is in the flexible layouts that adapt to each and every screen. You don’t have to worry about a new device that might come out next year, by choosing responsive approach your customers will have the same experience whether they are using the latest iPhone or some old tablet. This means that you don’t need to create a custom experience for every device there is.
But what’s even more tempting, with responsive web design services you will boost your mobile web traffic, it costs less than its alternative — building a stand-alone mobile app, it will improve your page load time which consequently means customer retention and satisfaction.
There’s more to experience design than just looks. We design digital experiences that turn heads, make a difference and cut development cost and time. While working on digital product design we stick to user centered design process which in short consists of Research and Information Architecture, Interaction Design and Prototyping, and finally, visual implementation.
The process is robust yet flexible so we can adapt it depending on business needs in order to maximize the efficient use of available time and resources. Basically it doesn`t matter which design approach we use while talking about core principles for each project, at the end of the day it would align with these major phases:
Depending on project goal we define time and effort for each step of the process. There is nothing to omit while working on a digital product from scratch, yet some activities can be granulated if we are to work on a catch-up product.
The digital design process depends heavily on the product we’re aiming to create. We tailor our process to fit specific project needs. But no matter whether the process is lightweight or it’s full of activities, our goal stays the same — create a great product for your users.
UX design isn’t a linear process. Phases in this process often require an overlap and back-and-forth work. It's important for a designer to be able to revisit previous work as they learn more about the problem being solved, the user behavior or feedback and about project updates or constraints. Iterations like these allow designers to produce meaningful improvements with this new data as their backbone.