Service Design and UX/UI Design

Service design thinking is embedded in our UX and UI designs. We utilize atomic design for re-usability, scalability, and accessibility. We create design systems for efficient digital brand management, multi-vendor collaboration, and consistent digital experiences. These three human-centric service design approaches are crucial for digital success. Effective collaboration involves cross-functional teams, ideation, prototyping, testing, and refinement, followed by agile software development and training for execution and operational support.

Our three-pronged design approach works like this:

Wide-angle landscape (Service Design):

  • A holistic and collaborative approach to designing services.
  • Engages multiple stakeholders and considers the entire service ecosystem.
  • Aims to support organizations in digitalization for human-centric business development.

Zooming in to portrait (Experience Design):

  • Shapes user experiences with products or services.
  • Addresses interactions, usability, cognitive barriers, and emotional aspects.
  • Aims to enhance specific user journeys for a more pleasant interaction.

The Close-Up (User Interface Design):

  • Designs the interface for digital products or services.
  • Involves visual elements, layout, and look and feel of the user interface.
  • Adopts atomic design principles for re-usability, scalability, and accessibility.

More about UX/UI and Design:

Service Design in a nutshell
Service Desing the Wunder Way
Design system

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