We specialize in usability and user-centered design, helping our clients achieve their goals by designing web applications, software, and web sites that are easy to use and understand.
We start with understanding user needs, and collaboratively refine the design with feedback from users, stakeholders and developers. The result: Solutions that work the way your users expect them to.
We can design the next generation of your application or web site, clarify user requirements, or recommend ways to improve the user interface for navigation, findability, and ease of use.
Museums, libraries and archives hold physical objects that people interact with every day. Their mission includes managing these objects in trust for use by future generations. Just as there is a physical object, there is an “Information Object” that people use, and authoritative institutions curate that information for now and the future. At edUi 2013, Design for Context's Duane Degler and the National Gallery of Art's Neal Johnson led a talk about designing the Information Object, and the role of shareable, structured information.
Formal and informal metadata, classification, and descriptions play a significant role in the quality of user experience with content and search. At the Semantic Technology and Business Conference on the East Coast, Design for Context's Duane Degler and Thomas Vander Wal described "enhancement ecosystems" involving users and content experts.