We’ll discover your target audience, value proposition, and legal challenges. We’ll be tackling your problem, business model, target audience, and market. Our team will design an action plan made specifically for your project.
Benchmarking: involves comparing your digital health product against industry standards or competitors. It helps identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement.
User personas: we'll user personas to represent different user types and their characteristics.
Journey mapping: here we visualize the user's experience from the initial interaction to the completion of a task. It identifies pain points, opportunities, and key touchpoints in the user's journey.
User stories: are concise descriptions of a feature or functionality from an end user's perspective. They focus on the "who," "what," and "why" of a particular requirement.
Roadmapping: this step involves planning the development journey over time, outlining when certain features or milestones will be achieved.
User & stakeholder interviews: Its aim is to gather qualitative insights, preferences, and feedback about the product
We’ll evaluate feasibility, technical challenges, systems architecture, and integrations. We’ll assess your current stack, or research, and recommend the ideal technologies, third-party providers, and architecture for your project.
Solution map: this is a visual representation that outlines the proposed technical architecture and design of the solution. It helps in clarifying the overall structure and components of the system.
Technical challenges validation: here we'll validate potential technical challenges or risks associated with the proposed solution. We'll asses the feasibility and viability of the technical approach.
Build vs Buy: this step evaluates whether to build custom solutions in-house or leverage existing third-party tools, frameworks, or services to achieve the desired functionality.
Technical specifications: we'll create a detailed list of technical specifications that outline the features, components, and functionality of the product. These specifications serve as a blueprint for development.
Product development estimation: provides a realistic estimate of the time, effort, and resources required to develop the product. This helps in planning the project timeline and managing expectations.
We’ll put your users at the center of the design process to build a prototype... and test it!
User flows: in this step, we illustrate the paths a user may take through a product to achieve a specific goal. It helps in understanding the logical sequence of interactions and user navigation.
Wireframes and mockups: they provide visual representations of the product's layout and structure. Wireframes are low-fidelity representations, while mockups are higher-fidelity, showing a more accurate representation of the final design.
Prototyping: it involves creating interactive, clickable models of the product to simulate user interactions. It allows stakeholders to experience the flow and functionality before actual development.
User interviews: we'll gather direct feedback from potential users to understand their preferences, expectations, and pain points. It helps in validating design decisions and making user-centric improvements.