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What we do
- UX design
- user research
- user flows and journeys
- wireframes and prototypes
- UI design
- responsive web design
- animation and graphic design
- content strategy
- development guidance
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UX design agency
We believe that UX design is all about establishing a long-term relationship between the business and its users. To build such relationship, we need do much more than just create nice-looking websites and mobile apps. To guarantee the best user experience and consequently facilitate business development, digital products need to be perfectly adjusted to specific user needs.
That’s why our UX design agency puts great emphasis on user research and carefully analyzes data to create best usability solutions, functional user interfaces (UI) and fully responsive designs. No matter if this is usability review, wireframing or UI design, every task we approach is well-thought out beforehand and polished to perfection upon delivery.
Knowledge on how people interact with the product or website is the fundament for ensuring good user experience. We’ll explain the glitches and UX problems the users encounter on their way and help you improve their experience to make your business thrive.
From our experience long-term relationships with our clients are the most beneficial for user experience and their businesses. This is the reason why we offer flexible options of working with us.
Learn more about our pricing options.
We contribute to UX design community by sharing our knowledge and spreading user-centered approach. Our articles have been published on all major industry publications.
The everyday work of a freelance UX designer demands combining two different skills: research and design. This article presents two simple tools that can help to exceed in both: research and design.
Read the article by Alina Prelicz-Zawadzka for Adobe
Many business owners think of conversion rate optimization only after they realize their websites don’t convert well enough. That means hundreds of potential customers have already been lost. There’s another way.
Read the article by Anna Kulawik for Kissmetrics