We use UX research and product design to help clients like 3M Canada discover and capitalize on new ideas.
Jonathan Kochis and Justine Lileikis review an empathy map created with an enterprise client.
A UX research kick-off session for an education client.
UX research helps deliver valuable, user-centred products faster than guess-based work.
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Brian Frank conducting a moderated usability test.
Usability testing uncovers costly problems and improvement opportunities on live products and early prototypes.
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Screens from a mobile health product we designed.
Well designed websites, apps, and software have lower development costs, faster adoption, and higher user satisfaction.
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“The team is small, super flexible, and always willing to work in ways that best suit the needs of the business.”
Our team is small, responsive, and easy to align around your users and the goals of your organization.
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Design and usability audits are among the most important things we do at Res.im. Here's how we approach them.
User research and market research do a lot of similar things but come from different backgrounds, suited to different situations.
Card sorting is a simple, fast, and user-focused design exercise that helps organize and structure data. With proper facilitation, card sorting reduces the guesswork typically involved in activities like information architecture design.
Surveys can be fairly easy to do, but also easy to do poorly if you’re not careful. But no user research method is always right (nor always wrong).