on the UX and UI market
Management of the entire UX improvement process: starting with the audit, through design, and finishing with the implementation of changes
Increasing the conversion rate for an online store (based on data for a selected customer)
What do we optimise?
B2B and B2C applications
How can we help you?
Identification of usability problems and errors in your current application or website
Recommendations of changes to the interface and processes, along with their prioritisation
Proposal of a new, more useful website or app, including improvements of prototypes, graphic design and processes
UX auditwhy is it worth doing?
The UX audit (or the usability audit) is performed to improve not only the convenience of using the website but primarily to enhance conversion rates, i.e. to make it easier for users to achieve the goals that you want them to focus on. For example, your online store is visited by 10,000 users a month, and in the same period a purchase is made by 100 people. The conversion rate is therefore 1%.Assuming that selling one product brings your company revenue of USD 100, you earn USD 10,000 per month in the situation presented. By performing a UX audit, you examine the behaviour of users on your website, analyse the ease of shopping, and identify the level of trust built by your web service. Let’s continue this example. During the audit, it may turn out that, for example, the website is too slow, there is no product search, product descriptions are unclear, and the purchase process is too complicated. All these issues lead to a situation where users close your online store’s page. Based on the audit findings, UX designers develop optimised processes and prototypes of the store (or the web service). At this point, UX recommendations are specified.If in the analysed example, as a result of usability optimisation, the conversion level increases by just 1%, your monthly income will double. How is it possible? After the optimisation, users may perceive transactions as more secure, may easier find products that are presented in a more friendly way, and the purchase process is simple and takes a minimal amount of time.Note: it is never possible to guarantee a higher conversion rate in advance. UX optimisation is a continuous process, what means that you should constantly research and improve the usability of your web service. Such a continuous approach leads to a steady increase of conversion rates..
How much does it cost to design a website?
The price depends on the complexity and number of pages, as well as on the subject matter. Therefore, the project scope and price are always set individually. The approximate cost of building one page starts from USD 400 net.
How long does the design process take?
Similarly to the price aspect, the length of the process depends on the scale of the project. However, most often our projects take between 2 weeks and 2-3 months.
How much does the UX audit cost?
The cost depends on the scale of the audited website.
Prices start from USD 600 net.
How long does the UX audit take?
This depends on the range of the project.
Most often, we need from 1.5 weeks to 8 weeks