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At Levvel, User Experience Design is a cross-disciplinary, team sport. We go from low-fidelity to high-fidelity, we include developers, and rapidly test our ideas with users and keep clients in a constant feedback loop.
In order to align the user experience approach with business goals, we begin each UX project with a workshop. These hands-on, intensive sessions determine the problem(s) to solve, and who will benefit, by bringing the entire team together. Our workshops result in answers to big questions that drive product experience decisions:
We balance being data-driven and pushing boundaries to drive results. Design isn’t art, but art undoubtedly enhances the human experience of a design. We invoke art and science to create useful, intuitive interfaces that delight customers and serve to build your relationship with them.
User Experience Design is a great next step to completing a strategy engagement and flows seamlessly into software development. We work closely with development teams to get designs into production code as quickly as possible, sometimes as early as two sprints after design begins. Let’s make something great, together.
InVision, Abstract, Sketch, Figma, Overflow, Miro
Design Capability Lead
Vice President, Strategy
In this brand new video series from Levvel, our industry experts discuss what the future of insurance looks like, how insurers are leveraging emerging technologies, and what steps established insurers can take now to prepare for the future.
Many organizations struggle to understand how to best innovate and improve. However, doing things the way you’ve always done them will prevent your business from scaling effectively.
Data can be easily transferred, but how can we successfully communicate another person’s feelings through user research? What is the best way to communicate our user’s journey? The answer starts with empathy and storytelling.
Product development failure is real. According to Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen, 95 percent of new products fail.