User-Centric Design & Architecture
User-centric design & architecture
Collaboration is the most effective approach to designs that really work. It means you have ownership and can take pride in the work we deliver together. It incorporates learnings from user groups and stakeholders to balance business requirements and user needs. Together, we’ll design a user flow that delivers a compelling story of selling your services or products.
And internally, at Door4, our designers collaborate with content writers, PPC managers, developers and strategists – whatever is necessary to fully realise a brief. The process often starts with design workshops on whiteboards and evolves onto digital with design patterns, wireframes and prototypes that mimic how your site will look, feel and work.
Taking user needs and expectations seriously
For more transformational projects, we might recommend carrying out research before even thinking about design, to determine what we don’t know of the market and account effectively for your users. Depending on requirements, potential or current website/service users can help us validate hypotheses and best practice assumptions at the prototype stage.
As a team, we pride ourselves on high levels of service – good communication and complete transparency. Read our service agreement for more about this.