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User experience & design.

Our UX strategists and designers strengthen and connect brands to their audience. They take the time to listen, learn and observe needs and behaviors so that we can treat everyone to a digital experience that feels seamless and human.
Prototyping and User Testing

Prototyping & user testing.

Wireframes and prototypes help us to test and validate strategic decisions and to fine tune every usability and user flow detail prior to applying design. This allows us to make incremental refinements that can significantly boost end results.


Websites must meet the accessibility and usability needs of all users. This not only makes sense to us and is a best practice, it’s also the law. Many industries are now required to comply with accessibility and ADA guidelines – like WCAG 2.1. Our team knows the compliance requirements for the industries we work in, and we stay at the top of our game through regular accessibility training and utilizing best development and design practices.
SilverTech learned about our company, customers, and all aspects of the business, from all perspectives, by interviewing employees, conducting surveys and research, and visiting our stores. We were very impressed with the culmination of the planning and recommendations that were delivered to us at the end of the strategy phase.
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From the Playbook.

Playbook (Blog)

The Role of A.I. in User Experience: What You Need to Know

At its core, artificial intelligence involves the development of computer systems that can easily perform tasks like visual perception, speech recognition and even decision-making on their own - even though these jobs would have previously required human intelligence. Machine learning takes this idea one step further and applies historical data to the same processes, allowing machines to actually "learn" and "get better" at those tasks the more they have the opportunity to do them.
UX Strategy & Design

New Web Accessibility Guidelines for ADA Compliance Coming Soon

New Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.2 updates are due to be released early to mid 202. Make sure your website meets and maintains the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirement that a website is accessible to those with disabilities.

Contact us now to get started on your user experience & design.