Part Think-Tank, Part Blog, All Fuselab.
The evolution of design systems, why data visualization can change your life, how to impress your family and friends with esoteric facts, and so much more . . .
There’s a lot of teams that promote UX services, but with Fuselab we assign several UI designers and a UX expert to every project. We believe competition breeds excellence, this is why we create at least three unique design strategies, by three different designers for every project before we present anything to clients.
Intuitive and easy-of-use interface design is your best branding tool on earth. Our approach to great UI is grounded by the pursuit of finding the nexus between the sublime design and functionality. More than half of your users will never return after a difficult experience on your platform--let’s not let that happen ever again.
Data has now become a commodity more valuable than any natural resource. However, only through interpretation, or strategic and clearly articulated Data Visualization does the value of data become universally understood.
CRO is exploding! Companies spend billions on SEO but spend very little to convert visitors. CRO requires a team with distinct skill-sets to be successful; it requires the creation of multiple versions of pages, user-testing, neuroscience, and deployment of UX/UI designs based on collected data and research.
Interactive products require not one but an entire suite of services and experts. It doesn't matter if it's an enterprise SaaS product or a small mobile application, the need to create modern, user-friendly, and simple applications comes down to the perfect combination of architecture, understanding the target market, data visualization, and intuitively designed user flows.
Get this straight, a style guide is not a Design System. Our design systems break down into individual coded design elements that can be used by the most novice staff members. Depending on the project our systems can include color palettes, typography, spacing guidance, sizing (pixel ratios), images, pattern libraries, and much, much more.