UX DESIGN & ANALYSIS
Siso can help you identify your users behaviours, motivation and needs. To provide direction into how your product / system should be designed. We can help you define your user personas and create your customer journey maps.
Depending on where you are in the maturity of your solution we can tailor a design sprint to your needs. If you are at the start of your journey we can facilitate a one week design sprint focussed on validating the problem you are trying to solve. As you move through your journey we can help you expand your idea into detailed user requirements. Then quickly design, test and validate interfaces with actual users. Here at Siso we follow the Google Design Sprint methodology.
We will help you analyse how your information should be categorised / described. We can conduct card sorting and tree validation to confirm the information architecture works with end users.
An expert review is conducted to assess your designs or solution against UX fundamentals and best practice. We can also conduct exemplar reviews to compare you website / mobile app against comparable offerings or competitors.FIND OUT MORE ...
USER INTERFACE DESIGN
User interface design covers the creation of wireframe designs. These can be either low, medium or high fidelity. Wireframes are an important part of the design process, as they show how a user will interact with the solution.
Utilising your brand guidelines we can create the visual design - the final look and feel of the solution. We can also include a full Style Guide to show how the elements are defined. If you don't have brand guidelines then we offer branding and graphic design services.FIND OUT MORE ...
We can help you design your content. Be it a content strategy or content creation. We can also conduct content audits to assess your current information.
We can help you assess your current business processes or even define new processes. We can also help with defining and documenting requirements, both functional and non-functional. Including designing or capturing process flows.