Sustainable software through UX Engineering
Architecture meets aesthetics
Understanding the dos and don'ts of frontend technologies is vital to get challenging user interface designs up and running. We help to integrate design and engineering into your development process. We also implement your presentation layer for .NET, WPF, UWP, WinRT and Angular or deliver software artifacts for HTML5/CSS, XAML, Java or other technologies. Find out how you can benefit from our interface development services.
Agile towards success
Agile software development processes and methods form our everyday work. For this reason our user interface design and development activities accompany an overall iterative and incremental approach.
Combining UX with agile software development
Benefit from our experience with e.g. SCRUM and be inspired how user interface work items can be incorporated into sprint planning and coordination. Gain experience in mutual projects about how low-fidelity prototypes or high-fidelity spikes accelerate the identification of user stories and simplify estimation and time-boxing tasks.Contact us now
Patterns rather than patchwork
Effective collaboration with your development team
Our engineering services follow proven und tested patterns of modern software development. In agile development processes such as SCRUM the MVVM pattern helps us to work in parallel with your development team for maximum efficiency. We ensure adequate code quality with automated unit testing.Contact us now
Our path to modern UIs
If your user interfaces are based on modern technologies our UI Design Engineers will be able to adapt actively to your development teams and provide help with valuable XAML, HTML or CSS artifacts.
Whether it is detailed layouts or motion behavior of your UI or creating beautiful templates for your look & feel, you will benefit from our experience in developing and integrating your user interface.
Design Engineering artifacts
Our Design Engineers will actively support your developer team. We provide, amongst others, the following (directly) executable software artifacts:
- Control and data templates
- Storyboards and animation for fluid UIs
- Screen layouts including dynamic behavior
- Resources such as color values, fonts, vector icons, etc.
- Unity 3D