We are a UK-based digital product studio and we build the best in digital products for start-ups to SME’s. When it comes user experience and user interface (UX & UI), we’re at the forefront of building beautifully designed interactive prototypes, mobile apps, digital web platforms and enterprise applications. We have a wide-range of digital services and our offering is flexible and scalable, in order to better fit your needs. So, whether you need one UX/UI expert or an entire team, we provide efficient and reliable staff as and when you need them. Here are just a few reasons why you should choose Innovify when it comes to UX and UI services:
Let us be your trusted partner when it comes to anything UX & UI-related.
Diligent user research, behaviour analysis and strong consumer insights illuminate needs your product can address and demographics to target. We ensure your UX is backed by data and driven by value.
Armed with insights, we design optimal user journeys, define the information architecture and create wireframes. We also deploy our creative team to deliver you a stunning visual design as a clickable prototype.
We can help you further optimise your service delivery by establishing A/B testing, quantitative modelling, KPI setting and reporting to highlight what needs improving.
Spanning 4 months and 8 sprints, we thoroughly develop the application, end-to-end. Depending on the complexity of the project, this timeline may be subject to change.
A clear image of what the team is doing is always available because of the use of our tools and framework, like JIRA, Slack, Github, Bitbucket & Trello. In addition, each developer you select receives training for agile & scrum processes as well as eXtreme Programming principles. The culmination of all of this allows for us to have an efficient timeframe for all of our projects.
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