User Experience Rzeszów Mielec

We design unique user experiences that combine design, functionality and intuition.

User Experience UX Rzeszów and Mielec

The goal of UX (User Experience) is to ensure that the user has an easy, intuitive and satisfying experience that meets their needs and at the same time contributes to achieving the product's business goals. Good UX is about understanding the user, their behavior, needs and motivations, and properly translating this knowledge into product design.

Strategic Design

Our UX offering focuses on creating an interaction strategy that puts the user at the center of the design process.

Interface Design

We create aesthetic and functional user interfaces (UI) that combine attractive design with ease of navigation.

Research and Analysis

We conduct in-depth user research, including usability testing, interviews, surveys and behavior analysis, to understand customer interactions.


We work on an iterative design model that involves creating prototypes and testing them continuously.

Elements that make up User Experience

  • Usability: How easily and intuitively a user can achieve their goals using the product.
  • UI Design: Visual and interactive interface elements with which the user comes into direct contact.
  • Information Architecture: The structure, organization, and presentation of content in a product that enables users to easily find the information they need.
  • Interaction Design: Designing functional interactions between the user and the product.
  • Accessibility: Ensuring that the product is usable by people with different abilities and limitations.
  • Emotional Design: Creating positive emotions and connections with the product through design so that the user feels good when using it.

Good UX practice requires an iterative design process that includes research and testing with users, prototyping, and continuous modifications based on feedback. All this so that the product is best suited to the needs and expectations of users, which ultimately translates into the product's market success.

User Experience Process of Our Company nesX

The User Experience (UX) process is cyclical and focuses on continuous improvement of a product or service based on interactions with users. This process usually includes the following steps:

User Research

Market Research: Understanding the environment, competition and trends. User Profiling: Creating user personas and usage scenarios. User Research: Conducting interviews, surveys and observation sessions to understand user needs, motivations and behaviors.

Defining the Problem

Defining Problems: Identifying the key problems and challenges that the project aims to solve. User and Business Goals: Determine what users want to achieve and how it fits into business goals.

Design and Prototyping

Information Design: Organizing content and features in an intuitive and accessible way. Creating Wireframes and Prototypes: Designing the interface framework and creating clickable prototypes. Visual Design: Developing product aesthetics in line with brand identity and user preferences.

Testing with Users

Usability Testing: Conducting tests with real users to see how they interact with the interface and what their experience is. Analysis and Feedback: Collecting and analyzing test data, including observations and direct user comments.

Iterate and Improve

Test Results Analysis: Reviewing test results and identifying areas for improvement. Iterative Improvement: Adjusting the design based on feedback, making improvements and retesting.

Implementation and Deployment

Design Application: Transferring the final design into a real environment. Collaboration with Developers: Work closely with the development team to ensure that the designed UX is faithfully implemented.

Continuous Optimization

Product Development: Introducing new features and improvements to products based on collected data and changing user needs.

What are the user experience research methods?

User Experience Research is a comprehensive process that uses a variety of analytical and research methods to understand, predict and meet user needs and expectations. This process is essential to ensure that the final product is not only functional and useful, but also provides a positive user experience. Here is a more detailed description of the research methods used in the UX process:

1. Qualitative Methods

  • Individual Interviews:

    • Interviews can be structured, semi-structured or unstructured.
    • They provide insight into users' motivations, opinions and feelings, as well as their reactions to specific product features.
  • Contextual Observations:

    • Prowadzone w naturalnym środowisku użytkowników, dają pełniejszy obraz tego, jak produkt jest używany “w terenie”.
  • Focus Groups:

    • They enable you to gather diverse perspectives about a product or idea.
    • They can bring out group dynamics and unexpected reactions to an interface or features.
  • Usability Tests:

    • Observations of users performing specific tasks.
    • They allow you to identify barriers to navigation and interaction with the product.

2. Quantitative Methods

  • Surveys and Questionnaires:

    • They can be distributed online or offline, depending on the target group.
    • Used to quantify user preferences, opinions and behavior.
  • Web Analytics:

    • Analysis of data collected via analytical tools such as Google Analytics.
    • It helps you understand how users view and use products online.
  • A/B Testing i Multivariate Testing:

    • Systematically testing different versions of a product to see which elements convert and engage users best.

3. Ethnographic methods

  • Ethnographic Research:
    • Long-term follow-up that can provide insight into daily product use and unmet needs.
  • User Logs:
    • Asking users to record their interactions with the product throughout the day.

4. Mixed Methods

  • Card Sorting:
    • Users sort cards by topic or feature to help designers understand how to best organize information.
  • Person
    • Fictional but realistic user profiles that help the design team better understand who they are designing for.
  • Customer Journey Maps:
    • A visual representation of the complete user experience with a product or service.

5. Expert Rating

  • Heuristic Assessment:
    • Experts evaluate the product using a set of usability standards to identify problems.

6. Participatory Design

  • Workshops with users:
    • Direct cooperation with users in creating solutions.

7. Post-Implementation Monitoring

  • Analytical Analysis:
    • Analysis of user behavior after implementing a new product, function or project.
  • Community Management:
    • Monitor and respond to user feedback on social media, forums and comment sections.

8. Continuous Optimization

  • Iterative Design:
    • A process in which a design is continually tested, evaluated and improved.

9. Testing and Validation

  • Pilot Tests:
    • Próba wdrożenia produktu w kontrolowanym środowisku, aby zobaczyć, jak działa “w rzeczywistości”.

The research methods listed are typically used in various combinations to obtain the most comprehensive and complementary insights into user experiences. In the UX design process, it is crucial to understand that UX research is an iterative process that does not end with implementation, but is repeated cyclically so that the product or service is constantly adapted to the changing needs and expectations of users.


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