In simple terms, humanizing is designing technology and products which solves human problems and which is also better at interacting with them. We adopt a top down approach to product design, going beyond traditional UX/UI practices in order to create products which work for our clients as well as for the humans who use them.
We are a team of strategists, designers and technologists with a collective experience of delivering countless products and projects across most industries and human needs
/ SKILL POOL
Business Analysis | Go To Market Strategy | Business Model Canvas | User Journey Mapping | Product Road Map | Discovery Workshops | UX Documentation
Interaction Design | Information Architecture | Visual Design | Communication Design | Design Thinking | Design Systems | Task Modelling | User Stories | Personas
Front & Back End Development | Usability Testing | Code Optimization | Cloud Optimization | Buy Vs Build Analysis | Feedback Analysis
Business Model Canvas
Back End Development
Go To Market Strategy
UX/ UI Audit
Front End Development
Back End Architecture
User Journey Mapping
Buy/ build Analysis
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/ WHY US
Our clients tell us that there are 4 reasons they prefer to work with us
When we say quality, we are usually referring to better conversions, better user reviews, better product engagement and overall better numbers. The rest is hygiene.
Experience means fewer mistakes. We do the same task in lesser time and pass on those saved $ to you. This saved time and cost combined with high end execution helps us add value to our engagements.
Every project is managed directly by a senior partner. This means better application of design best practices, effective processes and sound project management with fewer iterations.
Design is collaborative. Our clients love the fact that not only we know the methods and tools of co-creation but also the responsiveness to see this through.
The team at UXD is a small, hard working lot. We work with design teams to get most out of their products & people by combining solid design expertise with intelligent tech & sound thinking
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Although not the primary goal, UX design is concerned about solving a user problem to ensure rapid growth. Coincidentally, growth hackers have the same objectives.
There is no shortcut to success. In reality growth Is the sum of a lot of small things going right. The ability to ensure consistent long term success of any product depends not on clever viral or marketing strategies but on emphatic design powered by acute user focus. Ideally, the means to an end for Growth Hackers should be to get the UX done right prioritizing pull over push.
While product design & development projects can get muddy, we keep our heads above the water by following these three governing principles
Simple interfaces are easy on the eye, easy to understand and easy to use. It makes life easier and hence happier for the user. They will love you for it! But while all that is true, most 'simple' interfaces are too plain and lack luster. We make sure that our interfaces are as aesthetic as their functionalities. We believe that we need to balance form and function to create a unique user experience.
We think simple
A successful product or application is the result of detailed and thorough understanding of the fundamental business processes behind it - the organizational objectives, competition, marketing fundamentals, go to market strategy, entry barriers, USP, core value etc. We listen, analyze and understand the facts in their totality and the insights we gain is factored into our designs
We understand the whole
The user is at the core of all that we do at UX Design Labs. We identify ourselves most with our ability to 'think user' and look at our work from an 'outside in' perspective. Our user research process is tuned to hear what they say and 'pick up' what they don't. We use these findings to drive our work and help us design products and websites which really matter to them.
We focus on the user
UXD helps companies at each stage of the product development cycle: from ideating with a prototype, testing a product with an MVP, to finding a product-market fit and finally, scaling.