Starter - Standalone UX Package

You have a great idea for a digital product, we have UX design solutions to kickstart your project.

What you will get

  • Panoramic view of your competitors
  • Documentation of what are the widely used design solutions
  • Starting point for testing assumptions

We Get the Job Done

Knowing what your competitors do, what functions they provide for their users is a good starting point for thinking about your own digital product or service. Thanks to the analysis, you will get a better understanding of what your customers expect.

Yes, I’m interested!

Our process

As a starting point, we will have a Stakeholder Interview with you. Then we determine which factors should be included in the Competitive Analysis. After filling in the spreadsheet with the examined factors and competitors, we create a summary of the main points. As a result of the kickoff meeting, we also determine what is the scope of the Best Practice Research. If a pattern is trendy, it does not always means that it is the best for your customers. You have unique goals and context, and so do you users. That is why we start the process with a Stakeholder Interview, where we discuss these goals. Then we collect solutions, and attach our recommendations (pointing out the caveats as well).

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Stakeholder Interview

We gonna ask these questions: What are your goals and mission? What do you know about your users? Who are your known competitors?

02

Competitive Analysis

We explore what your competitors are doing in order to find a great combination of the available solutions on your market.

03

Best Practice Research

While there are no definitive ways that will work for every target audience, there are some guidelines, patterns which can be used as a starting point.

Deliverables

As a result of this process, we are going to provide you these:

  • As a result of this process, we are going to provide you these:
  • Spreadsheet with your competitors and certain factors
  • Detailed document showcasing the widely used design patterns
  • List of the most important findings
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