As a business, your product is your interface. Your website needs to fit your users needs as much as your business requirements. It takes a team of designers, programmers and content strategist to deliver an intuitive and powerful mobile responsive site, that sets you apart from the competition by providing an experience your users will appreciate.
Responsive design is good for the user experience.
Our focus is your users’ experience and interaction, whether your website provides information only, or is a dynamic, interactive system.
Websites are a collection of content pages with limited functionality. The purpose of a website is typically to inform users about products or services.
Interactions are often limited to links, contact forms, and search features. If a user doesn’t enjoy the experience, they will leave and spend time on a site that does.
Web applications are designed to help businesses perform tasks better. These tasks may be targeted towards public users of the site, members only, employees, or a combination.
Web tools can used to perform critical business tasks and are intended to make a task, or series of tasks, easier. This type of interface can be extremely complex but ultimately simple to use.
“Small screens, constraints in usage, quick accessibility to information - technology should be invisible. A website should just work.”
A successful user interface focuses on the user and their tasks.
Simulate the real application to test ideas.
Pick a process and design the user interface. Agile is a common approach.
Test early and test often.
How easy is it to learn and remember after using it?
Users should be kept informed about what is going on through feedback.
User interfaces should allow users to focus on completing tasks, quickly and easily.
Don’t get clever. Follow platform and industry conventions.