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User Experience (UX)

What is UX?

User experience (UX) refers to the experience a user has when interacting with a product or service. Stripped of all the eye-catching visuals, colors, and typography, UX boils down to how you guide the user through their journey. It's about designing an enjoyable and memorable experience by focusing on what users want or desire.

UX doesn’t begin and end with your website. It covers every touchpoint along the customer journey. Successful UX design enhances the experience that users have while interacting with your brand and highlights the value in what you’re providing. At DPDK, we take a deep dive into how effective your current offering is, and how it makes your users feel. For example: how easy is it to complete your contact, sales, or booking process? 

Achieve your business goals

Today, a solid UX is necessary for business success. It doesn’t matter how marvelous your website or portal is if users don’t enjoy the experience. Every user must be able to easily navigate your site, and understand how it works. Most people decide in a manner of seconds whether or not your website is worth spending their time on. We can make those seconds count.

The benefits of including UX in your product development are worth their weight in gold. An investment in UX will lead to:

  • Increased sales and revenue
  • A boost in customer loyalty and satisfaction
  • Faster development time 
  • Reduced costs 
  • Enhanced usability

Usability

As a UX agency, we focus on creating seamless and valuable user experiences by always keeping the end user in mind. Our approach includes developing user personas and conducting thorough user testing. We aim to minimize the number of steps it takes for your customer to achieve their desired goal. And it doesn't stop once we have an end product. We are committed to refining and optimizing your processes as they evolve.  

Feeling overwhelmed? Our UX agency in Rotterdam, San Francisco, and New York is here to help you navigate all of your usability challenges. 

Michael Vromans

Chief Creative Officer

Any questions about User Experience (UX)?

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