Your user interface is your product.
But user interface design is more than just making pretty screens. It’s understanding how a user needs to interact with an application in the real world — their world. We’ve helped dozens of software development teams transform their excellent technology into truly excellent products. We can do the same for you!
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How we work:
1. User Research
This sounds way fancier than it usually is. Often times it’s simply talking to a few users and watching them use your current (or a competitor’s) application. Or, if appropriate, it’s just talking to your internal team and reviewing user feedback you’ve collected. We document our observations in the form of personas, which serve as the basis for our user interface design recommendations.
Wireframes are screen layouts without the aesthetics. They allow us to evaluate functionality and user flows in tangible ways, then make rapid design iterations based on the input from you and your development team in weekly project meetings.
3. Visual Design
It’s a given that your user interface will look good. Visual design is near and dear to our hearts at Tuitive. Once we know how the user interface needs to work (thanks to personas and wireframes), we make it beautiful. We’ll use your branding standards to create style guidelines that will aid your team’s future development work.
4. User Testing
Much like user research, user testing sounds more extravagant than it is. We simply put the project in front of users – whether it’s wireframes or a mocked-up prototype – to see how they respond to the new application. Testing before development begins makes it easy to change if users uncover any issues.
Companies we’ve helped:
Here’s a just a few of the fine companies we’ve had the priviledge of working with:
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Keeping your development team involved throughout the project lifecycle is key. Developers challenge us to provide the best design solutions within the technical constraints of their applications. The collaboration between Tuitive’s work creating the best user interface design and your development team’s work providing the best functionality not only makes better products, but it also makes us better designers. We simply could not do our job correctly by designing in a technological vacuum.
What’s next? To contact us of course!See more details about how we would work with you.
Drop us a line and we’ll send you a copy of our client guide that describes our user interface design process in more detail.