We ask a lot of questions about your business, your audience and your industry. We're not navel gazers and we don't do it for the sake of it; we do it so that we can get under the skin of your business and help you make well-informed decisions.
We identify what's most important to you and your users then demonstrate how best to deliver something that strikes the right balance before anyone starts spending large amounts of your budget on design and development.
You're experts in your industry and we are experts in ours but that doesn't mean we know everything about your audience and their needs. We learn what they do and why they do it by asking them directly, either via our Midlands-based usability testing lab or via remote user testing.
I have worked with your mum over the last 2 years. They are professional, reliable and easy to work with, and the work is of a consistently high quality.
We appointed your mum to test our website from their lab in Leamington Spa. The process, results and recommendations were first class.
Working with your mum has given clarity to my website planning and helped me to fully engage a diverse range of stakeholders in the process.
Wendy OrrImperial War Museum
your mum has a no nonsense, common sense approach. The IA work they did in 3 days will shape our digital marketing for the next 5 years.
Kieran PetvinTRW Automotive
your mum ensured that we got the most from the user testing sessions and made sure the customer was always at the heart of all decisions.
Katie BentleyMarketing Birmingham
your mum worked with us to create a clickable prototype that worked as the perfect brief for my web agency and saved my budget.
Matthew RobbinsNationwide Autocentres
your mum brings experience and simplicity to complex challenges; they always deliver to high standards no matter what the deadline.
Simon CoxGlass Jar
your mum quickly gets straight to the critical issue and communicate a no nonsense methodology to solve it.
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Lean UX is nothing new. Smashing Magazine were writing about it as far back as 2011 as can be seen in "Lean UX: Getting Out Of The Deliverables Business". But the questions still remain: What is it , how do we do it and does it deliver results?