When it comes to practical aspects, we:
Create and validate designs fast & waste-free
For any product or asset you’re building as part of your growth strategy, design makes a world of a difference.
That is why we refined this stage of our process until we reached 6 steps that ensure high-quality results while minimizing risk and waste.
We work with paper prototypes that are fast, inexpensive, and easily modifiable.
For example, we worked on a tool that tracks renewable energy consumption and production for households.
With clear customer expectations outlined, we created paper prototypes in a single day.
To make sure our visions match and to ensure we incorporate any ideas that emerge along the way, we collect and integrate feedback after each design step.
This can also include testing the wireframes with users to get real-world validation for the assumptions made about the product.
Coming back to the example above, when we discussed the wireframe with the customer, we found out they had a different idea about displaying the charts in the app. They wanted charts that looked “more fluid”.
The client also remembered that some features of the app (like the battery levels) were not available for all the users, so we also took that into consideration when designing the next iteration.
Another element we incorporated was the animated logo as a loading screen, which the customer really liked.
Through lean product development, we can use wireframing to save time and money working out the kinks before moving on to more demanding product development stages.
Productize your expertise
We go through alternative wireframing and feedback stages after incorporating ideas and troubleshooting the design based on previous reactions and recommendations. The process continues until we have 90% of the screens and flows
that go into building your product.