We define product usage stories and use them to validate and refute interaction concepts, assess key features, and gain insights into user interactions. Common tools and methods for defining usages include storyboarding, illustration, video, audio, and motion graphics. The right approach is one that best conveys the story and product usage in a way your investors, colleagues and customers need to understand it.
We create Task Flows and Information Architecture (IA) to help clients and product teams conceptualize the product experience as a whole, before moving into production. These methods allow us to visually represent end-to-end product interactions and illustrate intersections between interaction, information and technology through flow diagrams. Doing this step well provides insight, exposes risks, and identifies issues that greatly reduce friction and prevents re-work in the production stages.
We bring together interactions and visuals to create user experiences that engage the senses and delight your audiences. Our UX designers create wireframes for the application and work in close collaboration with visual designers to combine form and function while designing responsibly with aesthetic, usability, and your brand top of mind. Our team has experience designing for nearly every platform, device, and industry including, web, mobile, software, robotics, TV, IoT, wearables, and automotive.
Prototypes bring a concept to life, and are a way of producing visual or tangible artifacts for proof testing and refinement. We produce a wide range of prototypes from low fidelity paper and sketches to high fidelity experiences. Our interaction and visual designers can translate written scenarios and wireframes into vision videos, interactive demonstrations, and fully-rendered digital experiences. Regardless of the category of prototype, you will love seeing research findings and product usage ideas transform into beautiful experiences.