F - This.
Eyetracking visualizations show that users often read Web pages in an F-shaped pattern: two horizontal stripes followed by a vertical stripe. See what we did there?
Oh, how we tire of hearing about “the fold.” You should always put the most important content up top, but if your content has hierarchy and value, users will continue to scroll.
Everyone has an idea, but we make it happen. Let’s talk concept, strategy, value proposition. So far, so good. But will users want it?
Let’s figure out what works and what needs work. User research on the product, usability, and messaging. But can it serve users and the business?
Speaking your language.
Our target user already values UX, so we don’t need to spend time defining it. We use industry terms because specialized words make text easier to follow for informed consumers.
The goal: make it usable and make it convert. Our wireframes and flow diagrams lay out the structure so both happen easily. Want to see what it looks like?
Pixel perfect, unique, and more than just pretty. From branding to interface design, it needs to work. Can we swing that?
Heck yes. Every interface as functional as it is beautiful. Clean, bug-free code on launch. Is it time to break out the champagne?
Not so fast, friend. Users will want your product to keep up with their ever-changing demands, so you’ll need to test, test, and test.
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