UI/UX Design & Development

At Iblesoft we are proud to say that we don’t just develop web and mobile apps, we also design them. Our UX team works together with our UI team to build beautiful and functional applications. Our UI Developer’s build User Interfaces (UI) that let users accomplish what they need from an application and maintain its code. Once we know the app functions effectively and efficiently, then our UX designers focus on making the User Experience (UX) even better. They focus on designing the user experience for applications after doing a user and workflow analysis and conduct usability testing on both prototypes and launched products to assess the quality of user experience.

Both our designers and developers work closely to make sure that the entire process from blueprints to wireframes, to prototypes and mockups are not only structured, but also infused with life. With UI/UX Design and Development we can deliver beautiful solutions that are interactive, seamless, intuitive, flexible and specifically made for your company brand. You will be involved throughout the entire development process so the final product is exactly what you need and expect.

Our UI and UX development services also include enhancing existing applications through:

Responsive Designs

65% of Internet users are on Mobile, So it is the necessity that your website is adaptive for all screen-size for Laptop, Tablet and Mobile.

Logo Designs

We can help you with Payment integrations, Catalogs and inventory management, selling strategy, Custom requirement etc.

Re-Branding

We can integrate Forums, Discussion, Support and Tutorial, Multi-Author websites, Connect with your users, Roles & Permissions, Multi-language etc.

Services

Responsive Designs

65% of Internet users are on Mobile, So it is the necessity that your website is adaptive for all screen-size for Laptop, Tablet and Mobile.

Logo Designs

We can help you with Payment integrations, Catalogs and inventory management, selling strategy, Custom requirement etc.

Re-Branding

We can integrate Forums, Discussion, Support and Tutorial, Multi-Author websites, Connect with your users, Roles & Permissions, Multi-language etc.

Responsive Designs

65% of Internet users are on Mobile, So it is the necessity that your website is adaptive for all screen-size for Laptop, Tablet and Mobile.

Logo Designs

We can help you with Payment integrations, Catalogs and inventory management, selling strategy, Custom requirement etc.

Re-Branding

We can integrate Forums, Discussion, Support and Tutorial, Multi-Author websites, Connect with your users, Roles & Permissions, Multi-language etc.

Responsive Designs

65% of Internet users are on Mobile, So it is the necessity that your website is adaptive for all screen-size for Laptop, Tablet and Mobile.

Logo Designs

We can help you with Payment integrations, Catalogs and inventory management, selling strategy, Custom requirement etc.

Re-Branding

We can integrate Forums, Discussion, Support and Tutorial, Multi-Author websites, Connect with your users, Roles & Permissions, Multi-language etc.

UI Wireframe Design

Every idea starts with a sketch, we however take these sketchings very seriously We are experienced wireframe designers.
Wireframe Development Services

We elaborate your ideas into interactive wireframe design mockups.

Wireframe to Design

Already have wireframes for your MVP? We can help you convert the idea in to an awesome app.

Analyze and Optimize Existing Wireframe

Already have a rough wireframe sketches with you? We can help you evolve the idea and make it a success. We have years of experience in it.

From our clients…

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" Great experience! Its my 2nd time working on building my websites with codelab7 team. They are great business partner and I highly recommend them for any task. They are very reliable and get any task done in no-time. "

- Yariv Levy

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" As usual Codelab7 has done a great job and I continue to return to them whenever I need Wordpress development and a safe pair of hands. Excellent team "

- Pj Jones

FAQ

  • In the context of product development, UX design and human factors give way to creating products that are useful, usable, comfortable, safe, marketable products;
  • Also called other names such as Usability Engineering, Ergonomics, User Interface;
  • Involves designing physical products, software applications and web sites for use by diverse people;
  • Brings user input to development process through various methods including usability testing, focus;

The need for Human Factors can be determined by checking for a faulty process and/or poor products. In particular, you can:

  • Analyze your organizational and commercialization processes for developing products. The purpose is to determine if the process fails to incorporate sufficient consideration of customers and users.
  • Assess usability of existing products. The purpose is to determine if they fail to incorporate Human Factors principles and the extent to which the products result in customer dissatisfaction or additional costs.

Human Factors design can be achieved at reasonable initial cost. The investment can yield benefits in both revenue and cost savings.

  • Makes customers want to buy your products
  • Increases customer satisfaction when using the products
  • Helps create brand loyalty and repeat business

Assuming you have established a need for Human Factors, getting the right kind of Human Factors help starts with knowing what you want to achieve, i.e., your goal. Does it relate to a process or to specific products? Does it call for design or evaluation activities or both? Does the level of effort require full-time, on-site help for an extended period, ongoing intermittent assistance, or a relatively short, one-time focused thrust? Finally, how quickly do you need the help?

  • Perhaps the easiest way to start is to contact a professional society such as the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, the Usability Professionals Association, the Society for Technical Communication and the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group of the American Computing Machinery (ACM). They can give you names of consulting firms of various types.
  • Contact a nearby or large university and ask for the Department of Psychology, Industrial Engineering, or Computer Science. Human Factors and/or User Interface Design are usually curriculum options in one of these departments. Professors teaching these options may be able to refer you to appropriate resources.

We start by:

  • Thoroughly understanding your need or problem. We listen to your perception of the problem and may ask a lot of “why” questions to help you clearly formulate the need.
  • We prepare a Statement of Work that reflects our mutual understanding of the objective and scope of the work. We will tailor our services to fit our assessment of what needs to be done.
    • In the context of product development, UX design and human factors give way to creating products that are useful, usable, comfortable, safe, marketable products;
    • Also called other names such as Usability Engineering, Ergonomics, User Interface;
    • Involves designing physical products, software applications and web sites for use by diverse people;
    • Brings user input to development process through various methods including usability testing, focus;
  • The need for Human Factors can be determined by checking for a faulty process and/or poor products. In particular, you can:

    • Analyze your organizational and commercialization processes for developing products. The purpose is to determine if the process fails to incorporate sufficient consideration of customers and users.
    • Assess usability of existing products. The purpose is to determine if they fail to incorporate Human Factors principles and the extent to which the products result in customer dissatisfaction or additional costs.
  • Human Factors design can be achieved at reasonable initial cost. The investment can yield benefits in both revenue and cost savings.

    • Makes customers want to buy your products
    • Increases customer satisfaction when using the products
    • Helps create brand loyalty and repeat business
  • Assuming you have established a need for Human Factors, getting the right kind of Human Factors help starts with knowing what you want to achieve, i.e., your goal. Does it relate to a process or to specific products? Does it call for design or evaluation activities or both? Does the level of effort require full-time, on-site help for an extended period, ongoing intermittent assistance, or a relatively short, one-time focused thrust? Finally, how quickly do you need the help?

    • Perhaps the easiest way to start is to contact a professional society such as the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, the Usability Professionals Association, the Society for Technical Communication and the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group of the American Computing Machinery (ACM). They can give you names of consulting firms of various types.
    • Contact a nearby or large university and ask for the Department of Psychology, Industrial Engineering, or Computer Science. Human Factors and/or User Interface Design are usually curriculum options in one of these departments. Professors teaching these options may be able to refer you to appropriate resources.
  • We start by:

    • Thoroughly understanding your need or problem. We listen to your perception of the problem and may ask a lot of “why” questions to help you clearly formulate the need.
    • We prepare a Statement of Work that reflects our mutual understanding of the objective and scope of the work. We will tailor our services to fit our assessment of what needs to be done.

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