We are a Team of professionals with experience in developing custom software and design solutions.
Great branding can have a profound effect on your business. Your brand is one of your most valuable and important assets which represents who you are and what you're all about. As your business evolves, so does its values, and you may find that your current branding no longer fully represents you.
Here at Cube&Colors Solutions we develop all our websites to be responsive, which means they will automatically adapt and respond to accommodate any device - whether that be a smartphone, a tablet, a desktop or even a TV.
A logo design is just the beginning; the avatar and symbol of your business as a whole - but it's a whole range of visual devices that set the foundation for a successful and recognisable brand (signage, stationary, website etc.).
Our designers will work with you to revise and fine tune all designs until you are completely satisfied and, once the final designs are complete, we'll hand over 100% copyrights too.
Contact our design team today to see how we can make your business come to life.
At Cube and Colors Solutions LLC, we specialise in software and web development on the Microsoft stack. We have a lot of experience with ASP.NET MVC (C#) creating custom web applications, websites and eCommerce solutions to suit your business needs. What's more, our Microsoft developers can also create desktop applications using WinForms and native Windows 8 Applications (Using XAML).
In addition, we are able to offer cross platform mobile app development solutions. We can utilise web based mobile apps - using platforms such as PhoneGap - or create native mobile applications using Xamarin, which allows us to target iOS, Android, Windows and Mac with a single, shared C# codebase.
User experience is now a top priority for any serious site owner, which is why we take the time to understand your wants and needs for your website, enabling us to create a unique and innovative design that ticks all the boxes.
Whatever your next project requires, our team at Cube&Colors Solutions will have the solution.
We're Designers... We're Developers.. And We Love This!... We Are Cube and Colors Solutions LLC
[ #ImCubeandcolors ]
What is Lean UX? It is a cross-functional process characterized by routines / rituals that predispose teams to get high quality user experience efficiently using time wisely
Strategy is important from the outset because it articulates the brand, guiding principles, and long-term vision of an organisation. The strategy underpinning a UX project will shape the goals of the project—what the organisation is hoping to achieve with the project, how its success should be measured, and what priority it should have in the grand scheme of things.
Often referred to as the Discovery phase, the Research phase is probably the most variable between projects. Complex projects will comprise significant user and competitor research activities, while small startup websites may skip all research activities other than some informal interviews and a survey. In many people’s eyes, the Research phase is key to creating an informed user experience, however it is also the phase most often skipped—especially by proponents of a “Lean UX” approach
The Analysis phase is to draw insights from data collected during the Research phase. Capturing, organising and making inferences from the “what” can help UX Designers begin to understand the “why”. Communicating the designer’s understanding back to end-users helps to confirm that any assumptions being made are valid.
The Design phase of a UX project is collaborative (involving input and ideas from different people) and iterative (meaning that it cycles back upon itself to validate ideas and assumptions). Building on the user feedback loop established in previous phases, the premise of the Design phase is to put ideas in front of users, get their feedback, refine them, and repeat. These ideas may be represented by paper prototypes, interactive wireframes, or semi-functioning prototypes, all deliberately created in low-fidelity to delay any conversation relating to graphic identity, branding or visual details.
The Production phase is where the high-fidelity design is fleshed out, content and digital assets are created, and a high-fidelity version of the product is validated with stakeholders and end-users through user testing sessions. The role of the UX Designer shifts from creating and validating ideas to collaborating with developers to guide and champion the vision.
Whether you're ready to proceed with your app development , or you have a couple of questions, contact us today! We will get back to you soon.