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UX Teardown

Rapid research that won't break the bank.
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Walk a mile in your users' shoes.

You know that the best way to improve user experience is to run research with real users. But, when there are budget and time constraints in play, how can you get quality research that gets results?

Find the good, understand the bad, fix the ugly – fast.

The UX Teardown takes data, user insights, and business metrics to assess a digital product. Whether it’s a website, an app – even a concept – we make recommendations based on evidence to improve the experience.

What a UX Teardown includes:

Digital content strategy website analytics

Analytics data

Use your existing data to understand what is / isn’t working

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Insight from personas

Consider your users to determine why something is / isn’t working

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UX Recommendations

Provide a plan to illustrate how to improve the things that aren’t working

Why do a UX teardown?

  • Quick results: We can get a review back to you in three weeks.
  • Cost-effective: A UX teardown often runs half the price of traditional user research.
  • Industry best practice: Understand best in class UX approaches to solving common problems.
  • Prioritised recommendations: Establish the quick wins to improve your users experience.

Uncover new opportunities

This process isn’t about finger-pointing: it’s about understanding the positives, the negatives, and finding ways to serve users better.

Our process starts with a workshop to understand your business better. Research can uncover new areas to explore for further testing or tweaks. It could even pave the way for User Testing.

Best of breed.

We constantly strive for perfection. Getting your UX right can make or break a business.

Our UX teardown is a detailed audit of your website purely from a UX perspective.

Take it to the next level with real user research.

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“After implementing just three recommendations, online sales doubled”
Robin James, MD Planet Numbers
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Does your website struggle to achieve its goals?​

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