Building a digital product means creating a tool that people will actively use with a focus on making their lives better.
We design and build robust digital platforms and apps that reflect your vision and turn every interaction into a lovable experience.
We developed an extremely lean and efficient process that delivers quality and robust digital products in no time.
A good product strategy helps you turn your vision into a roadmap. It lays out the foundations for the design and development phases. We have two key approaches...
For big, abstract ideas or new products
Design Thinking workshops consist of employing logic, imagination, intuition and systemic reasoning to solve tricky problems. We explore things like the product vision, user personas, user journeys and a roadmap to get it up and running.
For focused and directed ideation
Design Sprints take traditional design thinking methodologies and compress them into a five-day process to answer critical business questions with sketching, prototyping and testing. Learn more about how Design Sprints work.
BTW: We're not running design sprints at the moment due to COVID-19, as they work best in a closed environment with a tight-knit team over the course of a week.
Design has a huge impact on whether people will enjoy using an app. It’s about finding the perfect balance between being visually engaging and highly functional.
Defining the experience
We’ll create wireframes that map out the new app experience based on the user journeys and key flows developed during the strategy phase.
Exploring the look and feel
We’ll assemble three distinct routes with art direction for the new app. This will help set the overall tone of the new product and assist in the design stage.
Implementing the art direction
We’ll start by designing a key component which shows what the app will look like when it’s finished. Then we’ll move on to the rest off the app.
Structuring our designs
We’ll start with a component- based design system, creating core atomic elements in a scalable fashion.
When we design your product, a lot of the style will come from your core brand identity, like colours and fonts. It might be worth revisiting this.
Development is the last mile before launching your app. Our developers and designers work together to make the experience feel as natural as possible.
React and Next
For responsive web applications, we build Progressive Web Applications (PWAs) with Next.js. Building on React, Next PWAs are able to handle internationalisation, image optimisation, incremental static generation, code-splitting and more.
React Native and Expo
Rather than building and maintaining two codebases using different languages, we use React Native to create native apps for Android and iOS using React. We combine this with Expo, a platform to assist with the build process.
The ultimate deliverable
Et voilà. By the end of the process, you get a digital product that matches your vision and that your audience will absolutely love using.
What’s the difference between Product, UI and UX Design?
We already have a product strategy, can you use that?