Our daily challenge is to find the right balance between the company vision, product performance, user feedback & needs, business requirements and marketing goals.
Applying Experience Design Thinking through all stages, ensures best results. Making sure such an engagement is efficient and successful is the tricky part. Supporting Agile processes, working transparent, are examples.
Here are few more examples:
Partnering in contrast to providing a service
Each project consists of fully cooperating teams, which consist of the following professionals: Design, Management, Product Development, Marketing and Business.
Collaboration starts with the level of transparency BRIO provides to other members in the project
Transparency is an approach. It’s a lifestyle. It isn't about the tools one uses (i.e.: Asana, Trello, Invision or Zeplin), it is about the way people interact with each other. How open our team is to communicate its' thoughts to others, receive feedback and vise versa.
Acts & behaves as a Lab
A lab is where one experiments, investigates, observes, etc. Our science is Visual Communication Design. We experiment concepts, and we observe people using the prototypes we make. We question everything: assumptions through solutions, and last, we define reference points so success can be measured.
Validated user research is a process based on reality-check that focuses on direct feedback from interaction with users. We manage the MVP dev process to make sure we have that feedback even in those early stages.
Validated User Research
Validated user research is a process based on reality-check that focuses on direct feedback from interaction with users. We manage the MVP development process to make sure we have that feedback from very early stages.
Killer UX Design
An important part of our work is to help determine the key moments and features that are absolutely critical to a product. This is how we build the ground for killer UX design.
We strive to be original in everything we do. Because we think original means different, and different means improved.
Is about being able to research what's out there, analyze the opportunities, run structured experiments, fail, learn, and iterate until we devise something of value that people truly want.
Fail Fast. Succeed Faster
We think the design process must support and escort the testing environment. Being able to quickly translate conclusions into the visual communication language, is a key for success.
Is where we feel most comfortable.
Can be achieved by coupling a killer UX design with a tantalizing value proposition. We help true value innovation occur by making the UX and business model intersect.