Our starting point is always the need of the customer and we evaluate our customers' digital possibilities as a whole.
Methods and system planning
The customer has a large role in product design and testing. Agile development allows the project to evolve based on the customers' need and feedback from the end-users.
The Accessibility Directive and national legislation obligate public administration organisations to make their digital services accessible, to take functional capacity, cognitive and vision impairment into consideration. We'll provide you with an estimate of your website's current status compared to the requirements given in the Accessibility Directive, our experts prioritise the findings and we give you a preliminary estimate of the costs.
More about our web accessibility services here.
In a workshop we evaluate our customers digital stage and design the architectural diagram of the existing systems. Workshops are suitable either designing a new or improving an existing solution. The better the planning, the better results we can reach.
In a Design sprint we brainstorm and design a prototype together with the customer where the solution along with the interface is finalized. Design sprints are an effective way of finding a solution and the goal is to refine a finished product through intense planning and testing. The diversity of the group is important because different perspectives yield better results.
While designing a user interface, the customer is part of the planning and testing the solution together with Anders developers. A good user interface plays a key role in a high quality user experience. As a result, it increases our clients’ competitive edge. User interface is the part of the system that gives the end-user both visual and logical first impressions. That’s why the user interface should be well planned and logical.