Throw your project through the OOUX meat grinder
After an OOUX Fundamentals Workshop, we'll use object mapping and to put to bed what's keeping you up at night. This is a great way to kick off (or infuse) a redesign project with clarity, common understanding, and a strong structural backbone. Sophia will guide you through the initial object mapping and CTA inventory work, helping your team work through any complexities like:
Sophia will come and work with your team "war room style" for one, two, or three days. Wrap up with a big sigh of relief. The rest of your design work just got easier.
Score a User-centered experience for your product or service
Beautiful, custom, differentiating graphic design
We can finesse and modernize your current brand, or make a new brand identity come to life.
Content concepts, calendars, and creative guidance to tell your story
What kind of blog posts should you be writing? What type of video content should you be producing? Are tutorials important? And in what format?
We can help you determine your content needs and create a realistic plan that you have the stomach (and time) for. We know getting content out is tough, so we will help identify what type of content will give you the best bang for your buck.
Bring your brand voice to life
Writing is one of the oldest technologies. But it hasn't gotten any easier. We will take your Brand Voice style guide and apply it to your web presence. Wether you need concise tooltips, pithy error messages, or a better "About Us" page, we can help. Make your brand sing. Or bark, if that makes more sense! We'll take on the time-consuming task of crafting copy that is consistent with your brand and style guide.
Beautiful, easily editable websites
some extra thoughts
In the digital world, anything is possible. Technology can seem like magic. But if the interface strays to far from human’s expectations of the physical world, users will become unsure, confused, and unhappy. Design with lizard brains in mind to create intuitive interfaces.read on
We know big, monolithic webpages won’t meet the needs of responsive sites and endless screens. But we’re often still quilting together design patterns and content modules, rather than truly thinking in systems. This article will show you how defining the objects our users interact with, and the relationships between them, opens doors to more interconnected—and successful—user experiences.read on
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