Reduce the risk of misinterpretation. UX prototyping allows you to explain your ideas in a clear and productive way!
Thanks to prototypes, all stakeholders are on the same page when visualizing the idea and can constructively discuss design concepts and identify flaws. This leads to improving the final design.
Our UX services together with a prototyping process give you a chance to experiment. Visualizing ideas will help you see the potential advantages and disadvantages of each option.
A prototype can be tested with users recruited from a target group of your product. Conducting user testing at an early stage of a design process lets you identify problems and fix them before a product is launched.
You will learn:
How our design studio—Utilo can help you design product your users will love
What’s the process behind creating a human-centered product
5 case studies of design process for our clients
Download the free Design Pack.
We have delivered iOS and Android apps for Best Buddies, a non-profit organisation, whose goal is to end the isolation of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Thanks to the thorough field research and user testing, the app has been perfectly tailored to our customer’s needs, helping Best Buddies members to build one-to-one friendships and social groups across all of the US and the entire world.
Our Creative Team (now, Utilo—Polidea’s design studio) delivered iOS app for the pioneering e-commerce platform by creating prototypes for micro interactions and transferring the look and feel of Showroom’s website onto a mobile screen. They made sure the app looks beautiful and feels intuitive thanks to the clear information architecture.
Papereed is a Swedish-based startup offering a range of audio services. After conducting an accessibility user testing and creating a comprehensive report on accessibility features and recommendations for further development, we delivered an iOS app. We made sure the app is attractive, intuitive and easy to use for all the users: those who suffer from vision impairment, who are blind or fully sighted.