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Making software applications and
web sites easy to use
Some examples of our work (user research, site diagrams, and interface design)

What we do

We specialize in usability and user-centered design, helping our clients achieve their goals by designing web applications, software, and web sites that are easy to use and understand.
We start with understanding user needs, and collaboratively refine the design

Our approach

We start with understanding user needs, and collaboratively refine the design with feedback from users, stakeholders and developers. The result: Solutions that work the way your users expect them to.

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We design information technology interfaces that are easy to use and understand

What do you need?

We can design the next generation of your application or web site, clarify user requirements, or recommend ways to improve the user interface for navigation, findability, and ease of use.

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Looking for a better user experience? Contact us to get started

Upcoming Presentation

Design Concepts and Lessons from Linked Data for Digital Humanities

August 20, 2014
Projects in LOD-LAM (Libraries, Archives and Museums) give us a perspective on creating rich, relevant, usable applications for heterogeneous linked data. During a talk at the Semantic Technology and Business Conference in San Jose, CA, Duane Degler and Neal Johnson will show examples and describe our design approach.
Recent Presentation

Red Alert! Communicating Status Through Great UX, Graphics and Accessibility

July 24, 2014
Effective visual design is essential for communicating system and workflow status, alerts, notifications, categories, and prioritization that often must be understood at a glance. Some people believe they can’t use graphics or color for important cues because of accessibility, which isn't true. At UXPA's 2014 conference, we explored how to create great, visually appealing UX designs that optimize communication of status information for all users.