User Interface Design

It seems that every day we become increasingly demanding towards user interfaces – on the web, on our mobiles, and on our desktop. The ever-growing web of data means that users need to find what they need faster and more accurately. Meanwhile, rapidly evolving web browsers and entirely new devices (mobile, tablets, and others) are forcing designers to account for technical challenges while trying to build beautiful, simplistic, yet robust interfaces. We appreciate and welcome these challenges, and we are confident in our ability to deliver on the most demanding expectations.

Our designers and developers are very hands-on about our user interface design process. All of our team members are familiar with the latest gadgets and use them personally on a daily basis. This allows us to be fully conscious of the different benefits or limitations of certain devices, operating systems, screen sizes, and input devices. It is the diversity of skills and technical backgrounds that drives innovation of user interfaces at Convasis – while our graphics designers make interfaces sparkle, many times it is the backend developers who propose cutting-edge solutions that can turn a dull UI element into a valuable source of user satisfaction. Whether it’s a high-performing search mechanism, a real-time activity feed or analytics dashboard, or an all-knowing database layer feeding up hints and tip, it is obvious to us that sophisticated backend functionality can make a usable interface a reality. We therefore pride ourselves in our ability to bridge this gap in effective user interface design.

Apart from the design process, we strive to utilize the latest JavaScript and HTML5 controls for implementing dynamic, user-friendly components. We additionally have a strong background in RIA (rich Internet applications) like Flash and Silverlight. We have extensively utilized Adobe Flex and AIR technologies for building cost-effective and cross-platform applications. Read more about our Flex and AIR development in the Financial Diaries case study.