UX design Case Studies
User experience design, or UX design, is the process of improving the usability and accessibility to improve the interaction between a website and its users to enhance the overall experience.
And UX design is at the heart of everything we do at EdgeThreeSixty as our system of utilising creativity, data, and technology means all of the websites we design has usability at its core – in short, we make websites that are easy to use for both the businesses running them and the visiting customers.
Check out how our user-centric designs have helped a range of clients…
Project completed: 30th March 2017
The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital Trust (RLBUHT) needed a complete redesign and rebuild of its website – including integration with new branding and bespoke features and functionality – to coincide with the physical rebuild of the hospital itself.
Here’s how EdgeThreeSixty delivered a digital transformation to coincide with and complement the hospital’s physical rebuild…
Project completed: 09th December 2016
British Society for Haematology
The British Society for Haematology (BSH) needed to consolidate its three websites into one to support its vision of being the hub for all haematology healthcare professionals, and meet the overall needs of the organisation and its members.
Project completed: 16th March 2015
City of York Council developed a new scheme for super fast gigabit broadband throughout York, and needed a website to showcase its latest innovations to residents and visitors to this historic city.
Project completed: 08th April 2015
We developed a user-friendly, fully responsive website to educate UK motorists, tap into new audiences, and drive form enquiries for SpeedingSolicitor.co.uk
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