Any given design problem has a number of solutions. The founder of Pixel Creative Services has over 25 years experience finding answers to tough problems. We take a holistic approach to design. Through research, measurement, design-thinking, and validation in order to develop lasting tech solutions for our clients.
These principles can be combined into the agile development life cycle to remain dynamic, and keep up with development.
It’s all about making an application...
INTUITIVE – satisfaction and delight comes from speaking the user’s language. But what does that mean in terms of design? The marriage of graphic design, marketing, and psychology all come into play to create something familiar for the end-user.
INFORMATIVE – a good product fulfills a need, is relevant, and helps achieve a certain goal. This includes defining interaction models, user task flow, and UI specifications.
SIMPLIFIED – this is a boon of the agile development process. Starting simple, and adding features as we receive feedback allows for maximum efficiency. We constantly practice to improve UX by simplifying, and removing decisions.
COMMUNICATIVE – communicate context, graphic design, interaction models, and end-to-end experiences to stakeholders. We handle everything from graphic design to research and development to create a visual identity.
APPEALING – we are not just competing with other products or services, we are competing with everything in the users world! We apply the understanding of research methods, psychology principles and the art of data visualization into the agile development process, to create compelling products and services.
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There has been a dramatic zeitgeist in the IT industry in the last 10 years when it comes to UI/UX. Organizations that did not embrace this change have been forced to sink or swim. Yet, we always considered high quality user experience as a necessity. Now the government sector is recognizing the need for user experience design. The titles of a designer continues to evolve from UX, UI, UX/UI and now Usability Engineering.
Despite this shift, user-centered design principles remain the same. We find the perfect balance between design, functionality, and efficiency to take the guesswork out of achieving your business goals.