We designed and developed a new website and e-commerce platform for a luxury watch manufacturer based in Switzerland. We conducted research, developed a concept, created wireframes and prototypes, and transformed the design concept into a fully responsive and secure website. We integrated e-commerce functionality, providing a seamless user experience for customers. The outcome was a stunning website that reflected the brand's luxury image.
Audi & Audi Motorsport
We completed an automotive website redesign project that included research, concept development, project management, UX/UI design, and frontend development. Our team conducted research, developed a comprehensive concept, assigned a project manager, created wireframes and prototypes, and transformed design concepts into a fully functional website. We also conducted user testing to ensure an intuitive and enjoyable user experience. The result was a modern and engaging website that communicated the brand's values and increased engagement with their target audience.
B/S/H - Neff
As part of our support for B/S/H/ (Bosch - Siemens Home Appliances), we recently worked on a project to develop the design and frontend development for the NEFF brand using a Headless Whitelabel solution. To begin, we analyzed the NEFF brand's identity and target audience to develop a design concept that aligned with their vision. Our team then created wireframes and prototypes to map out the structure and design of the website, ensuring an intuitive user experience. Using our expertise in frontend development, we then transformed the design concept into a fully functional website using a Headless Whitelabel solution. We optimized the website for performance, security, and ensured it was fully responsive across all devices.
ENPURE by Vattenfall
Our approach for the product idea testing project involved a series of steps to validate the client's new product concept and ensure that it met the needs of their target market. First, we worked with focus groups to define the target market for the product, taking into account their unique needs and preferences. We then developed a prototype of the product, which was tested through customer surveys and feedback collection. Using this feedback, we analyzed the data to identify patterns, concerns, and opportunities for improvement. We then refined the product accordingly, making necessary changes and adjustments to better meet the needs of the target market. Our iterative approach to product idea testing allowed us to repeat the process until the product was fully optimized and ready for launch.