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Before you engage with us you’ll want to know how we tick,
how we would work together
and more importantly our ability to deliver.
The first thing we do once you talk to us about a brief or a project is understanding what your goals are, what problem you are trying to solve, and who your target audience is. We also get an understanding of your budget so we can tailor our approach.
Chemistry is an important step. Luckily we are a ridiculously funny team! But maybe more importantly, this is about understanding each other, how we'll work together, what we've done and how we can deliver something special.
We can do this in person or over a video call, whichever suits best.
Before you take the jump you will want an idea of costs and potentially scope.
Depending on the project, this will either be a detailed proposal or ball parks for areas of the project that are currently unknown.
What I love about these guys, is their approach, it’s not one size fits all. They have a suite of tools and techniques they deploy, depending on the problem you are trying to solve.
so we're friends, let's build something great
1 solution discoverySolution discovery is different depending on the project and what you want to achieve. But it's all about getting off to an accelerated start, getting clear understanding and defining goals.
Workshops are generally 1-3 days and are designed to align a team, get clear on the problem, understand the goals of the project, ideate and decide on a clear path.
2 prototypePrototyping is a key stage in the process and is about quickly getting your solution into the hands of users. It's much faster and cheaper to make changes at this stage, rather than once you've built a fully working application.
Depending on the project you may just have a Low Fidelity (LoFi) prototype or you may need both a LoFi and a High Fidelity (HiFi) Prototype.
The LoFi Prototype is all about taking the workings in the Solution Discovery stage and converting them into a set of wireframes that we can use for a Lo-Fi prototype.
Once we have this we go into a round of user testing.
Depending on your project you may need a HiFi Prototype. The first part of this is to take all the one-on-one feedback and update the wireframes based on this.
We then design the look of the app and apply the designs to the updated wireframes to create a HiFi prototype. This is where it really begins to come to life. Once this is complete we put the prototype through a round of user testing.