The best product is one that works as good as it looks. Built using human-centered and interactive design, the products we help you ship are stable, safe, and accessible for all users. As the product partner Fortune 500s and unicorn startups trust, our releases have helped companies win CES Innovation Awards, delight countless users, and create pathbreaking digital experiences that continue to delight users to this day.
Chances are we built your favorite apps.
Firefighters have one of the most stressful occupations in the world. In a bid to simplify their job, we helped Xerox build a powerful native iPad app that would handle the bulk of their daily inspections checklist and save them hundreds of man hours.
As the undisputed leader in everything retail, Walmart wanted to unveil its vision for the future of shopping. We helped them create a virtual shopping experience that put shoppers inside a working VR store, which Walmart showcased at SXSW 2017.
Denmark is one of the most expensive countries in the world to own a car. But Dribe used Flexdrive, a technology we helped develop, to let Danes drive more by subscribing to cars and revolutionizing car culture in the eco-friendly Scandinavian nation.
Creating genuine user engagement is not easy for a brand–even for an icon like Disney. So, we helped them build an iPhone and Apple Watch experience that brought their universe alive through trivia, stories, and quotes which users simply loved.
Going car shopping is tough; everything looks great at the dealer’s! To help customers out, Audi partnered with us to set up iPad displays that would let users experience virtual driving, tutorials, and even the feel of the Audi A8 in stunning 3D visuals.
Over 1.5 billion people trust AccuWeather’s forecasts. But, to keep employees and operations safe, their business users needed more custom tools. The product we built for them helped them increase profits and make their clients vastly more productive.
Product design can be broadly defined as the process of visualizing, designing, building, and shipping a product that solves a problem multiple users face and goes on to fill a gap in the market. It combines a diverse set of skills and is perhaps the single most important ingredient in making a product successful.
The greatest products often have five elements in common. Utility, or whether the product solves a particular user group’s problem. Reliability, or ensuring your product performs consistently well for users. Usability, or designing a product that is easy and almost intuitive to use. Pleasurability, or understanding if using your product delights users. Desirability, or judging if the product is good enough to inspire ownership pride.
Although multiple iterations exist, there are 4 steps at the core of all product design. Ideation, or the process of considering multiple ideas and honing on one. Research, gathering precedents and parallels to your product and defining your process’s best practices. Development, or actually building the product with the language or code framework you choose. And Launch, or going to market with a working version that solves user issues and fills a gap in the market.