If we create web services or applications, they should by definition be available to the largest group of users. Their operation should not cause problems, especially for less educated, elderly, or disabled people. Do we know and take into account all the needs of our users?
Read the article written by our UX Designer, Magdalena Peplińska, to find out what accessibility is and how to approach it to get better results.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to design with millions of people in mind? Or how to design not just for current users, but also for the future generations?
The crazy years of websites and portals that tickled only their creators’ egos, without investigating the needs of their users, their limitations, or the context in which they would be used, are finally and irrevocably behind us.
A customer journey is undoubtedly one of the most important tools that affect sales on e-commerce platforms. The knowledge of customers’ behavior, if applied wisely, determines users’ positive experience, which can help you gain a competitive advantage and grow your business.
Magdalena Peplińska, our UX Designer, explains to interaktywnie.com what a customer journey is and how to use it in e-commerce design.
The latest figures show that 3.5 billion people in the world own smartphones and more than 60% of them have made at least one purchase using it. This clearly proves that scrolling turns into buying.
Interaktywnie.com asked our expert, Michał Życiński, what should be done to improve mobile conversion rates and boost e-commerce.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the people around the world have had to change the way they work. Until now, employees spent most of their time on site, but the pandemic has forced an abrupt reorganization. Today, we can say that tools such as MS Teams, Zoom, and Slack have made this transition quite smooth.
We’re happy to showcase our beautiful design & technology works created for various brands (including Mazda, TUI, Danone, Kyocera, LOT Polish Airlines, Żabka and more) across several different industries
Together with Zabka, the Brand of the Year 2019 and the largest convenience store chain in Poland, we have increased the visibility of their portfolio brands by developing a new section presenting dozens of products available at Zabka stores only.
On 27 November 2019, during a gala ceremony, together with our long-standing client Nutricia Polska and K2 Precise agency, we were awarded the Bronze Mixx Awards in the Best UX category for BoboVita mobile application.
Following the success of the new Adobe Experience Manager platform for KYOCERA Document Solutions Europe and the ongoing adaption in 18 EMEA markets, SYZYGY was approached by KYOCERA Document Solutions America to support them in their digital transformation.
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