Scaling digital ecosystems with UX management
It is a big task to give your customers not just a single app but an integrated product landscape. Many systems with individual, sometimes sprawling user interfaces, have to be re-imagined and united. To achieve synergies, the development of the product landscape has to span teams, technologies and usage contexts. It is not enough to implement single user interface projects with agile methods or by the Scrum book.
Use our experience in combining user-centered methods and agile development across projects: build your lean and powerful design system with our support. Realize your vision of a user interface platform without breaking the bank.
Verify, but systemize
App by app, screen by screen, control by control: verifying every design artifact individually means enormous, unaffordable costs. What if great, integrated, design was possible without time-consuming decisions or training?
It can be: using the building blocks of a modular design system, you just need to decide what information the user needs in which context – everything else is automated by the design system. We systemize design, and you profit.
Style: UniqueValue scale: Yes
Fine tuning: Yes
Style: CasualValue scale: Yes
Fine tuning: No
Style: FormalValue scale: No
Fine tuning: No
- Continuous Integration
Your customers will only have a good user experience if the design comes alive in the implementation. This is why we made agile processes like Scrum our everyday tools, and base our work on iterative development. Your cooperation with us can start small and scale big later while never losing sight of the user’s needs. This way, you can get quick wins while building a coherent system step by step.
In ongoing research projects, we continuously explore which approaches seem the most efficient ways to success.
Market-oriented mobile app UX through automated monitoring and analysis of user feedback and focused quality assurance
Cross-phase development of user interfaces for mechanical engineering and plant construction using Lean UX principles
An MVP as we define it from our UX perspective has two major benefits: Because we set a clear focus on just one single user group in one single usage context, we arrive at usable rather than mere shippable increments much earlier. This enables us to get valueable feedback and analytics from the „real field“ rather than from cumbersome lab usability tests.
A system of a thousand apps starts with a single MVP
At the start of the project we find the underlying business problem and agree on a measurable criterion for this problem to be able to determine the project's business potential. Next, we design and implement an absolutely goal-oriented product. This way, you get a first product very quickly that not only solves the targeted problem but delivers highly valuable knowledge from its real-world use.
Minimal but made to order
An MVP offers a direct benefit to a certain user group in a certain context. When multiple MVPs are aligned to a common, overall vision, parts of them can be combined and fused very well.
Continuous UX: optimize small details, scale to big solutions
Because neither Lean UX nor Scrum meet our challenges on their own, we developed our own process toolkit: Continuous UX is the result of 14 years of user interface design and development experience. Our process toolkit seamlessly integrates into Scrum and Lean UX projects. The process is both lean and user centered and it works with all kinds of clients. German readers can find out more about Continuous UX in this LinkedIn Pulse expert interview with Thomas Immich.
Using Continuous UX, we have efficiently supported a selection of client projects, ranging from small interfaces to powerful design systems.