- Adobe Illustrator
- Adobe Photoshop
- Affinity Designer
- Affinity Photo
- Google Analytics
How it Worked for GridPoint:
After detailed client interviews and discovery sessions, our designers built an attractive mobile UI that enables users to navigate through a rich set of tables, graphs and list-based information on a four-inch screen. We made the app more friendly by adding a “Choose Column” function that enables users to customize the display so that the most important data are immediately visible with minimal scrolling. The UI also makes use of overlays and transparency to direct the user and speed navigation. The “design language” Waverley create proved so popular at GridPoint they extended it to the company’s Web product version.
How It Worked For Matrixx:
In order to reach maximum user-friendliness our UX designers follow the two-taps reachability approach. For the iOS application we applied Apple design guidelines leveraging the best practices of iOS UX. For Android we’ve chosen the simple and elegant Google material design. The UI on both platforms is highly interactive, as insured by UI automation testing. It also provides localization, supporting various languages, localized user names and descriptions.
How it Worked for GameChanger:
Waverley led the full development lifecycle, in which UI/UX was one of the critical points. Design was extremely important to the workflow of the distributed team, as its concepts and principles allowed our developers and the client team to visualize the discussions and communicate better. The design we created allowed us to give a solid estimate of the time and cost to develop each feature. Waverley UI/UX experts completely matched the GameChanger brand, logo, and colors and further developed the brand for new platforms and integrations.
How it Worked For Addus:
The original design request provided by Addus was missing some specifics required by mobile platforms. In less than a week, Waverley made a prototype containing our app usability recommendations. After reviewing this version and a few draft screens with controls for the Addus app, the client ordered a full-scale UI/UX design. In order to maintain balance between the app performance and user experience, we designed and developed a delicate user interface that contained no complex animations and was beautiful in its simplicity.
Focus on Your Business Needs
Our experts understand your objective to deliver a successful product, and we will carefully analyze your business environment, marketing strategy, and project constraints before creating a design solution.
Data and Analytics-driven approach
Whenever possible, we apply customer data and analytics to create a customer journey that translates into a successful product.
The best apps are those tailored to their users’ needs. Our UX specialists work on the intersection of psychology and neuroscience to deliver truly outstanding usability results.