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We start off by getting to know your project and you a little bit better. See both our expectations for the project and setting the timeline. It’s always better to talk about the bits and pieces before starting the project.
We shape the vision of your project with you and you only. A thing can be done in a thousand ways, so we have to know which path we all want to go. This part always goes before requirements to keep a fresh mind without constraints.
After catching the uncatchable we move on to the solid requirements. We look at your business and define the must-haves, could-haves and optionals. Depending on the scope of the project this could be a longer or a shorter process.
Usually this is done throughout the project, but it’s important to mention. Plan for research is always prepared specifically for the project and can containt Etnography, User Interviews, Experience Mapping and other modern methods. In Analysis we look at the environment and check existing solutions to the problem.
Designing is done with you together by sketching and discussing presented solutions. We start off with something simple, adding the details as we go.
What would our design be without actual testing with the users? Just a design and not an experience. In order to see how your users react to your solution we can prepare and conduct online or onsite testing sessions.
A Computer Science major that decided to be a creative mind, she taught Human Computer Interaction at her former university. Her strengths lie in deep analysis and approach to simple, yet aesthetic design. After working in software houses with startups and big corporations decided to create a design studio, that is efficient and unrivalled in creating positive experiences in even the most complex user interfaces there are.
During her psychological studies her interest in human behavior in the world of new technologies began. She always has the users’ best interest at heart and thus always puts the user first. Currently, she focuses on developing the skill of creating a great UI. She loves traveling, meeting new people and trying local food.
Mathematics and Computer Science graduate with a strong interest in developing digital solutions. A lover of minimalism and learning about users’ needs. He believes that UX and UI are inextricably linked and that the two always go together. Besides design, he tries to discover the globe through learning foreign languages and following good cinematography.
An Information Architecture student interested in User Experience through human-centered research and design. She is passionate about building usable, visually captivating digital products. In her free time she likes to listen to podcasts. Currently, she is developing her skills under the supervision of an experienced team.
She is not a designer, but is their full support. As an assistant, she is the guardian of the studio's work and a faithful fan of all the designers' creations. She also deals with design on a daily basis, but from a completely different perspective - she studies Urban Planning. Her interests focus on traveling, concerts and coffee - drinking a lot and brewing it.
Do you want to create only the best User Experiences? Are you ready for exciting challenges and working with big and well-known companies? Developing your skills with your own design mentor sounds good to you?
If you answered "yes" to all the questions, go to Careers and check who we are currently looking for.