Use the Now|Comms’ UX process to ensure your next website delivers the user experience your organisation and audiences deserve.

So many website redesign projects start off with the goal to either fix the perceived problems of the current website, provide a brand refresh or add functionality for new technologies.

Quite often a company will set out on a redesign project employing the same internal team, with the same development process and the same internal sign off but with a different agency.

Unfortunately, this often leads to the same outcome: A website with a new design which has the same user experience problems as the last website but with a nice new skin.

It doesn’t have to be this way

Now|Comms’ UX programme will ensure that your new website delivers a brand new user experience tailored for your unique audience.

Our UX programme in a nutshell

  1. Website analytics to identify weak points.
  2. Marketing #hackday, where we interview your company experts to delve into your industry expertise with our marketing team’s know-how to understand your marketing goals and needs of your new or existing users.
    This will help us understand the one true goal of your website from a user’s point of view, or as Paul Boag puts it: build an empathy map
    UX London Empathy Maps
  3. Goal setting: With your users and their goals front of mind we’ll build the Content Strategy, Information Architecture and outline the key User Journeys of your new website.
  4. Wireframe development: Focusing solely on presenting your company information in the clearest way to ensure your users reach their end goals. At Now Comms we favour Google’s “Dare to Decide” philosophy.
  5. Wireframe review: The developed wireframes are a great point for review by company stakeholders. They help to make sure the key user’s needs are satisfied.
  6. Prototyping and User Testing: We always carry out UX testing in cross client / agency teams however, there’s no substitute for testing with real users. We recommend informal user testing of the prototype web application with no more that 12 users. This will highlight 95% of the usability issues.
    Nielsen Norman Group paper.UX London Empathy Maps
  7. Visual Design: Our designers (who have been involved in the project since the #HackDay) turn the prototype into a beautiful living product.

Break the cycle of bad web design

Talk to us now about the UX formula you need to ensure your next website project or app starts delighting your users and potential customers.

What Our Clients Say

With Now|Comms, we get the entire team face-to-face: web builders, designers, copywriters...everyone. It keeps things simple.
— Orla Harty, Cantillon