Spatial UX Checkup
Many digital geo-applications do not reveal their full potential for the user, because the user experience is modest and simply insufficient. Achieve the full performance of your application and at the same time increase user-friendliness with little effort. The Spatial UX Checkup provides you with the first insights into the current status of your application's user experience and shows you where there might be potential for improvement.
determine the current user experience of your geo-application
optimise the workflow (interaction design)
improve information architecture
recommendations for action to increase usability
A great deal of passion often goes into the content design of applications. If the app does not achieve the desired effect, it’s often not the case that this is down to the information conveyed by the application. In many instances, the problem is a question of usability and user-friendliness. So, the user is very interested in the information provided by the application, but due to the inadequate user experience, has difficulty finding it. Ensure now that the user can easily and instantly access the desired information and improve the user experience of your geo-application.
Do you want to exploit the full UX potential of your application? This won’t necessarily require a major restructuring of the entire application. With our Spatial UX Checkup, you can get a first impression of the status quo of your application. First of all, one of our experts will examine your app for user-friendliness. You will then receive an assessment of the actual state as is, including the first specific options for optimisation. It’s often only a question of a few minor tweaks to significantly increase the efficiency of your application.
You tell us about the application in question and one of our experts examines it with regard to its UX. We then provide you with a written analysis of the actual state as is, as well as a list of options for potential optimisation. Our expert will discuss this analysis with you in a brief telephone conversation and initiate further specific steps for action.
Dr. Morin Ostkamp