We’ve been hard at work since the holidays getting our 2010 plan in order and executed. The first item we’re crossing off the TODO list is the launch of our very first product,Â User Experience Web Site Reviews. We’ve been performing these already with great results for a number of happy clients and felt it was the perfect way to introduce ourselves, our process, and our services to new clients.
The product comes in three flavors, depending on how many pages you want us to review:
- 5 pages reviewed on your site. This could include home, about, search, and contact.
- 10 pages reviewed on your site. This could include home, about, search, and contact as well as one process (i.e. shopping, ch eckout, registration).
- 20 pages reviewed on your site. This could include home, about, search, and contact as well as two processes (i.e. shopping, checkout, registration).
Why you want this
- Gain a fresh perspective on your product or site
- Understand and implement user experience best practices
- Improve the experience of using your site delighting users along the way
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Footnote: Why are we doing this?
We like small. It gets things done. We noticed over the past few years when we worked with clients on a long-term project we’d do a site review like this, present it to them, and the project would radically change as a result. Most of the time the project became more focused and the goals more achievable. Most of the time, though, the review meant we had to change the budget, the team and the timeline required, too. At the end of the day, it made sense to offer it as a stand alone product.
We think it’s less risky for you, our clients: You pay us for a site review, get a handle on where you can best spend your design dollar, and then continue to work with us or find someone else to work with. We guarantee results and believe it will lead to a good relationship and happy customers.
If you have any questions or comments let us know.
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