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ER site UX

Recent project

Highly appealing, effective and desirable website

When you're developing a website make sure you have a clear purpose for what you are doing. Write down the purpose and what steps you are going to take to accomplish it. Plan for a successful user experience by creating a visual guide for the user interface, otherwise known as wireframing. Your planning stage is your most expressive and important stage of your project. Think of wireframes as a map - a visual representation that highlights the workflow relationship between pages and regions.

The flow of this project start out with a problem then an ideation and disucssion resulted in an iteration of mockups. With the final mockup we design, prototype, test and learn from the design until it is refined and the results resolved user's issues.


Responsive User Experience

This project encompassed the vanst number of vanity sites we provide to our client. Effective usability design allows users to interact with our application or web site with clarity and elegance. Southwest vanity site took advantage of that experience and is one example where we simply customized the logo and background colors but keep the functionality and layout consistant throughout all vanity sites. The results of this proprietary process include application models, wireframes and site maps that embrace usefulness from and end user’s perspective.


Let's discuss how putting your business on the internet will help your business strive to the next level. What’s important is to make these steps as part of your process.

Face-to-face Interview

Stakeholder Interviews

  • It works best for small scale, qualitative research (5-15 people). Feel more connected to you the client.
Field Research

Field Research

  • Gets us out of the labs and into the real world with the users. "It's not real user research unless you can smell what's for dinner."
Gathering Requirements

Gathering Requirements

  • Requirements themselves evolve as stakeholders interact with the prototypes that you develop based on your initial requirements gathering.
Information Architecture

Information Architecture

  • UX builds on the foundation that IA provides, aiming to take that experience to the next level, both creatively and emotionally.
Taxonomy Creation

Taxonomy Creation

  • A tree structure of terms users expect that reflects user needs.
Wireframe and Prototyping

Wireframe and Prototyping

  • it’s a simulation of the final product. It’s like an interactive mockup that can have any degree of fidelity. Allows us to see the flow of the product is smooth and consistent.
Interface design

Interface design

  • Web layout design or user interface design has to be perfect to ensure consistent and interrelated style guide throughout the site.
Product Design

Product Design

  • Use UX principles to guide design process and keep your product on the right path, even long after UX decision has in placed for the final product.


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