Co-founder of by people
We use a combination of UX services providing hands-on efforts and market-ready assets
We begin with identifying pain points that users are experiencing (or could experience) and explore how products can help solve those problems.
User Centered Design Canvas
User Journey Map
UX/UI design is our way of connecting the product with the user as an intuitive user experience. We look at the layout of each page or screen and make sure all of the design elements fit together in a visually appealing way.
Modular Design System
We use code to translate the design’s intent into a functioning experience, like a website or an app. Then, our team figure out what designs are the most intuitive and technically feasible.
We show you how digital marketing channels work, which options are best suited to you, and how to set up a clear plan or strategy that will help you achieve your goals and assess your results.
SEO & Copy
At By People we begin each project with strategy. We use a UX approach with a diverse team for research, talking to potential users, gaining a clear wide image of the problem.
The outcome is to define and focus on ONE area to develop a product for.
Up next, we develop the ideas for the product, building a prototype to put to the test. And also checking to ensure that each part of the design fits together in an intuitive way.
Making sure that each task a user needs to complete is clear and easy to understand.
After designing the product, gathering and implementing feedback is critical. If users are frustrated or confused by your product we make adjustments or even create new versions of the design.
The designs are tested, until there's little to no friction between the product and the user.
When tests have been passed we launch your product, and press play on the relevant marketing efforts to reach your user.
The launch of your product provides immense feedback and the team will often cycle back to the design and testing stages after launch; to start working on the next version of your product.