User Experience Consulting for regulated industries.

Complex. Transactional. Behind the login.

 

Expertise

For nearly two decades we’ve designed applications and websites people use to complete the critical tasks of their work and their lives. It’s what we do. It’s what we’ve always done.

Collaboration

Our clients bring their business expertise. We bring our user experience expertise. Together, we create user experiences that meet business objectives and delight those who use them.

Research driven

User research is the foundation of our design work and approach. It is a key component of our design process.

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Services

Research, planning, design, and implementation of complex user experiences.

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Consultants

Specialists in user experience consulting for regulated industries. Deep expertise in complex, transactional, user experiences.

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Company

Over 15 years of proven success collaborating with large companies to solve complex user experience challenges.

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Our Point Of View

  • Good for Business: A Custom Offline Demo of Your Secure Website

    Good for Business: A Custom Offline Demo of Your Secure Website

    You’re wearing your matching socks and shoes. Your presentation is rehearsed and flawless. You’ve been “guaranteed” the test environment will work, so you can show off your site and impress a big potential client. We’ve all been there. You know what comes next. You open the browser only to discover the test environment is down for maintenance or, even worse, it’s acting buggy. Nothing derails a sales demo more powerfully than showing a site that doesn’t work. You may fumble around until you find a PDF with screen captures. But no amount of sweeping hand gestures and enthusiastic language can replace an actual working demo.
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  • Keys to a Good User Experience: Stepped Process

    Keys to a Good User Experience: Stepped Process

    Good user experience design can fall apart when just one feature is executed poorly. One of the areas that we often see this kind of unraveling occur is in the stepped process. Many websites employ a stepped process to guide the user through a complex set of tasks such as site registration or configuration and purchase of a product or service. Creating an intuitive, easy-to-use stepped process helps users avoid frustration and successfully complete a primary task or business process. There are three primary reasons to use a stepped process: to logically group inputs, set clear expectations for the user, and to track progress within a complex process.
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