Helping you move faster than your competitors

Our Process Molds Your Idea to Succeed.

Data Driven Design

We employ a data-driven design decision process that is backed by behavioral science. The focus lies in making the complicated flows simpler, fuzzy logics clearer. Altogether we always aim to leave a positive impact on your business by making your users happy.



What good is solving when you don’t even understand the problem? As the project kicks off, we begin with understanding the vision, business & user goals, and aligning expectations with the stakeholders to achieve clarity on the problem statements to be solved.

  • Design Team
  • Product Owner / Manager
  • Business Stakeholders
  • Project Manager
  • Design Team

  • Conducting Stakeholder Interviews
  • Organizing Design Workshops
  • Building Product Roadmap
  • Finalizing on Requirements
  • Formulating Design & Research Team

  • A Team of Professionals
  • Scope Document
  • High Level Project Plan
  • Basic User Personas
  • Design Team


What good is a product or service that fails to meet the user needs and business requirements? Research forms most of our processes. We spend time understanding your end-users, conducting competitive analysis, examining the latest design trends to figure out what suits best for your product and service.

  • Design Team
  • Product Owner / Manager
  • Other Business Stakeholders
  • Design Team

  • Conducting User Interviews
  • Building User Personas
  • Gathering & Analyzing user data

  • Requirements Document
  • Interview Recordings
  • Clear Business Vision


Driving on the collected data forms the next part of the process. Figuring out how the user navigates your product, how the user data flows and sketching the fundamental outlook of your product or service you have to offer.

  • Design Team
  • Product Owner / Manager
  • Other Business Stakeholders
  • Design Team

  • Estimating the Design Work
  • Brainstorming Sessions with Stakeholders
  • Sketching & Wireframing
  • Validate & FInalize Flows / Layouts

  • Detailed Project Plan
  • Information Architecture
  • Documented Wireframes
  • Paper Prototypes


The stage where you see all your ideas coming to life. The design team gets involved in creating moodboards, asset creation, developing the layouts, and creating a workable solution to test among the stakeholders and their end-users.

  • Design Team
  • Product Owner / Manager
  • Other Business Stakeholders
  • Design Team

  • Exploring Design Approaches
  • Preparing Style Guides
  • Creating MoodBoards
  • Building High Fidelity Prototypes

  • Functional Designs
  • Design Assets- Imagery/Illustrations
  • UI Guide-Colors, Fonts & UI Elements
  • Design Files & Documents for Approvals


The approved and final design solutions enter our final stage of development. The designs are implemented, and internal quality assurance testing takes place, ensuring not to miss the date decided for the launch of your product or service.

  • Design Team
  • Product Owner / Manager
  • Other Business Stakeholders
  • Design Team

  • Setting up Environments
  • Front-End Development
  • Functional Testing
  • Data & Content Integration
  • Design Team

  • A Completed Product
  • Final Product Documentation
  • Access to All Dev Environments
  • Weekly Status Reports

Collaborative Approach

  • Design Workshops

    We begin by conducting a day-long workshop with you at the onset of the project. It involves cross-functional teams to understand business needs, stakeholder vision, and requirements.

  • Daily Stand-ups

    A daily update on the activities and tasks been undertaken is provided. This ensures you are always up to date about the project's progress.

  • Weekly Status Reports

    We send you weekly reports to track the progress of the project and let you know what all we have accomplished in the week and what lies ahead to plan and realign if required.

  • Version Control Systems

    With robust version control systems, software, and processes in place, reverting to the old design and never losing track of changes that have happened over time puts all of us in a great place.

Make it Simple & Significant