In 2020, “Because everyone has one” isn’t an unreasonable answer to the question, “Why does your company need a website?” That said, it’s worthwhile to consider the role that your shiny new website will play in your sales and marketing funnel. Will you personally be directing potential leads to the site? Will you be sharing… Read more »
There are so many things we love about being a small studio, and one of them is how direct and transparent we can be with our clients.
Learn more about the steps Studio Simpatico takes when tackling UX and product design challenges, and how our deliverables move from low to high fidelity through close, iterative collaborations with our clients.
As a design studio, we’re frequently asked if we “design logos.” While the answer is technically yes, we like to think of it a little differently. To Simpatico, a logo is one piece of a larger mosaic, comprised of many elements that make up your visual identity.
As a small shop, we’re committed to being flexible about deviating from our typical process when we think it will produce better results for our clients. That said, our approach almost always follows the same overall three-step structure.
Every young startup is on the hunt for a talented UX designer. But shorthand acronyms like these might leave some wondering, “What exactly IS UX?” Tamara tackles the elusive question with an unlikely metaphor.