Sometimes known as use cases, storyboards, user flows, or user scenarios, they come in many flavors. But no matter what you call them, you know that you need them – a documented set of the high-level things you’re trying to solve. Our design team will work closely with you to get the best UX design conducting story-writing workshops with story maps to discover the most important goals for your project whether it’s a mobile application or a business website.
Wireframes are a big part of UX design and can be described as bare-bones blueprints of the screens and flows that make up a website or mobile app. They help teams quickly agree on the vision for an experience. At MIT, designers use wireframes to represent the required elements, relative priority, interactions, patterns, and screen templates as the work moves through visual design and development of a website or a mobile app.
We create fully-interactive high-fidelity prototypes that look and work exactly like your app should. Whether simple or sophisticated, our prototypes make things easy to review, test & explain. Our UX design interactive screens reflect the product and helps you finalize last bits and pieces to create a high-end mobile or web app. Rapid prototyping is used to simulate an interactive experience long before a developer even cracks his knuckles – saving our client substantially.
It’s good to know when something’s working. It’s essential to know if it’s not. The ultimate UX design test of any application: how well does it help an organization and its target users achieves their goals? When you require higher engagement with your product, we’ll conduct in-depth research to identify the genuine needs of your users and create new opportunities to improve the digital experience. Our interactive prototypes with design elements in place will be tested to validate real user thinking and delivery success.