We design items such as catalogs, posters, leaflets, and product packaging, as well as digital content, including video clips, GUIs, websites, and more. When creating user interfaces for electronic equipment, applications, and web tools, we handle every aspect of their planning, design, and development.
Our process is based around human usability, pouring our efforts into making sure that the product and its contents are easy to use. We also offer a goal-setting support service to companies while they are in the planning stages by surveying users who are taking part in the planning and proposing UI designs that will suit the end users' needs.
We hold a meeting with the client in order to understand their requirements, objectives, essential specifications, restrictions, available technologies, relevant stakeholders, market news, etc., and we help them to establish some concrete goals.
We provide a clear vision of the actual usage of and problems experienced by the service users, as well as discovering their potential needs and desires, through observation and assessment.
We define the concept based on the identified goals and specifications. The concept begins taking shape through brainstorming and other constructive methods, and finally is formed into a wireframe for the UI.
Factoring in the client's goals and requests, as well as the users' perspectives, we handle everything from planning to location, creation, and printing for business-related print projects.
Business cards, calendars, product packaging, company newsletters, company brochures, catalogs, pamphlets, etc.
We offer interface and GUI designs that fit our clients' ideas and meet their specific needs. The digital content designs that we create effectively reach the targeted audience and provide easy and comprehensible navigation for site visitors with intuitive mechanisms.
We create a variety of video clips, including exhibition videos, event videos, and sales promotions, to name a few.
We have among us four specialists in human-centered design certified by the Human Centered Design Organization (HCD-Net). We utilize a human-centered design process for product and system development in the information design fields in order to support our clients' development operations.
HCD-Net Human Centered Design Organization