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User Interface Design

We work with you to produce a working website prototype to establish page layout, navigation and overall design, plus a comprehensive requirements document. We can work with your developers however you want, from simply handing over our work to providing regular support and guidance.

  • Detailed consultation
  • 'Wireframe' page layouts
  • Navigation and database structure
  • Live usable websites
  • Requirements document

Work better

We like to put users first and help your staff, customers or suppliers to work better. In many ways, good user interface design is about hiding the complexity of what's actually happening, and making sure the user experience is as simple as possible.

Traditional software developers are more comfortable working through a list of technical requirements, which can make the end result thoughtless and difficult to use. By working with our web design team on the user experience and software design first, you can make sure usability always comes first.

Save time and money

Our approach means we learn about your business and what you're trying to achieve, so we can add value by asking questions and challenging your ideas. It's much quicker and cheaper to change direction or add new features at this stage, and it means you avoid costly delays during development.

As web developers ourselves, we know what your developers need. We'll put in the thought and planning to get everything right, so your developers can simply work through a list of requirements. Your development should be faster and cheaper, not just for the initial project but also for maintenance and expansion in the future.

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