Complex network systems with great user experience

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Complex network systems with great user experience

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Want to fine-tune or improve your product design?

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As a result of the audit you will get:

A score of your product’s UX according to our industry-specific rating

Analysis of your product’s UX

Proposed improvements

A visualization of UI improvements

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Dashboard

Get clear insights into your application

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Final product

Achievements

  • the percentage of users using the view increased from 10 to 75%
  • a single view allows you to see complete network stats
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Original design

Pain points

  • an outdated look with poor usability
  • poorly applied hierarchy of elements
  • displayed UI elements aren’t customizable
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Wireframe

Solutions

  • intuitive navigation and the effective use of all screen space
  • customizable widgets and graphs
  • non-essential information is hidden

Data tables

Organize your information-heavy view and get more details on demand

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Final product

Achievements

  • significant drop in user errors and time spent editing the data
  • sidebar with details allows for infinite expansion of additional data
  • aesthetically appealing UI
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Original design

Pain points

  • poor usage of screen space
  • lots of data displayed while not much information conveyed
  • truncated text and uneven rows make reading difficult
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Wireframe

Solutions

  • optimal use of screen space
  • information architecture designed to improve readability
  • additional options and data available inside the same screen

Network Manager

Manage your network more effectively with the best UX practices

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Final product

Achievements

  • simplified navigation means less time spent searching for information
  • a good insight into network status thanks to a single view
  • quick search function for solving corner cases
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Original design

Pain points

  • poor use of screen space
  • user doesn’t receive relevant information
  • outdated UI design
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Wireframe

Solutions

  • screen split in two vertical sections
  • more data displayed in one click
  • clear navigation with breadcrumbs to aid user

Wizard

Manage your network more effectively with the best UX practices

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Final product

Achievements

  • less time spent on configuration
  • acceptance tests came in essentially error-free
  • visually refreshed screen more aesthetically pleasing for user
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Original design

Pain points

  • missing options and variables
  • non-optimal use of screen space and non-intuitive navigation
  • poorly designed information architecture
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Wireframe

Solutions

  • vertical wizard steps for better use of screen space
  • clear and distinguishable steps with all options available
  • all necessary info displayed with clues for user

Alerts & Notifications

Get the right notification on time

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Final product

Achievements

  • user spends less time setting up alarms
  • clear visual cues when an issue arises
  • lighter tones more friendly for eyes
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Original design

Pain points

  • many levels of interface elements combined in one screen
  • difficult to find and read relevant information
  • design causes eye strain
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Wireframe

Solutions

  • all notifications collected in one table
  • information architecture significantly enhanced
  • simplified view for better readability

Does UX really pay off?

Every $1 invested in UX results in a return between $2 and $100

70% of online businesses fail due to bad usability

UX services help you avoid wasting 50% of expenses spent on fixing bugs

Visual data is processed 60,000 times faster by the brain than text

Source: Design Advisor

How we approach all projects

UX designers don’t just focus on creating products that are usable; we concentrate on other aspects of the user experience, such as pleasure, efficiency and fun, too. Consequently, there is no single definition of quality user experience. But we believe a good one will meet a particular user’s needs in the specific context where he or she uses the product.

Our approach
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Iterative process

01

Planning

02

Prototyping (UX)

03

Design (UI)

04

Quality control

05

Additional services

Marketplace Analysis

Marketplace Analysis

Identification

Identification

Building Test Groups

Building Test Groups

Client Workshops

Client Workshops

Information Architecture

Information Architecture

Interactive Wireframe Project

Interactive Wireframe Project

Client Tests

Client Tests

Base Elements

Base Elements

Interface Project

Interface Project

Client Evaluation

Client Evaluation

Final Project

Final Project

Implementation

Implementation

Performance Tests

Performance Tests

KPI Tests

KPI Tests

Finalization

Finalization

Project Development

Project Development

A / B Tests

A / B Tests

Heatmaps

Heatmaps

User Interviews

User Interviews

Eyetracking

Eyetracking

Idea Factories

Idea Factories

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