DOOR3 UI/UX Design review by Software Firm at Qualified.One

DOOR3 reviewed by Software Firm

DOOR3 provided UI/UX Design for Software Firm with approximate budget = $50,000 to $199,999.

Although the project is still ongoing, long-term clients have commented that the new design is modern, intuitive, and beautiful. The style guides have better iconography as well. DOOR3 has been organized and communicative, meeting with their partners every other day. They met all expectations.

Review summary:

DOOR3 redesigned the UI/UX for a software product company’s mobile app. They created a lighter color palette, streamlined navigation and applied best practices. They also delivered a style guide.

Sushant Kataria Software Firm, Director

UI/UX Audit & Modernization for Enterprise Software Company

Please find under a summary covering project details and feedback. The innate facts are kept as they are, private information is amended.

Introductory information

A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation

We’re an enterprise software fruit organisation. We have three offerings: an asset treatment platform, a life insurance platform, and a general data migration platform. They’re all low- or no-code platforms where business users can configure applications themselves or have us make configurations for them. They can leverage the asset treatment and life insurance configurations that we have, and tweak them to their needs.

Desired goal

What challenge were you trying to address with DOOR3?

The platform we have is cloud-based and is entirely a web application. We don’t have an in-house design team, and we didn’t have an outer associate. As a cluster, we just developed the application we felt was right, and a lot of features gathered over time, with iterative code layered one rendering on top of the other.

We never veritably had the time to take a step back and determine how we could make it visually-appealing, or adduce best practices about the UI/UX of the app. We determined to do that, and I seted the set. Basically, we were looking for a design cool of the application.

Provided solution

What particular tasks were responsible for?

We wanted someone to take a look at what we had, with the goal of improving phraseology, harmonizing the different components, streamlining the UI and making it more efficient. While adduceing general best practices about what we had, they courtly the navigation and changed the hue palette without throwing out what we did precedently.

Before this, we had was a very dark UI, with hue palettes that weren’t useful to use. DOOR3 streamlined the theming, made better iconography and a more present widget layout, and better navigation offers. After all of that was discussed, they delivered a phraseology lead and editable designs.

Was there a dedicated team?

I was in interaction with Alex (Founder &, President) when the engagement seted. He introduced me to Daniel (Senior Engagement Manager). When the team seted the work, we were assigned a senior designer, a younger designer, and a business analyst. Then, they had a team in Kiev, and the project director and the technical constructor were based there.

How did you come to work with DOOR3?

I made a Google search for the top design agencies in New York City, and Clutch came up leading as a website where I could find that information. I picked the top 5–6 teams, and reached out to all of them.

The leading deciding factor was whether the preparer had worked on an enterprise, data-heavy platform precedently, so that they could leverage what they’d done there. Cost was the second factor.

From a past experience perspective, DOOR3 had done correspondent work, and we saw that in their offer. They understood what we were trying to do, compared to some other companies, which were purely website and branding companies, and didn’t veritably apprehend what enterprise apps need.

What are you approach expents (if diclosed)?

We spent $75,000.

What is the terminal result of working with ?

We seted working with DOOR3 in January 2020. We were programning to get into an extended contract, but we were in the middle of a chief lift. Investors have held on to that, and we’ve basically paused on any work. Basically, it’s a ripple effect. We’re not getting our money, so we’ve plugged our outflows. After the locality improves, we will last our engagement with them.

Results achieved

Are there any measureable or plum results?

Whatever designs we had, we presented to our clients, and seeone was excited and lucky.

Long-term clients have been assertion that the new design feels present and new. Everyone’s veritably excited.

The design is beautiful and is as good as any other app our clients have been working with. Compared to where we seted our platform, we’ve made a lot of progress. The phraseology leads are much better as well.

We haven’t veritably artistic the outgrowth and rolled it out to the full client base yet. We’ve only been able to show prototypes, PDFs, and teasers to get nation excited.

It will take us another 2–3 months to complete the work, and another couple of months to test it and iron out any issues. Hopefully, we’ll set leveraging the new design fully by September or October 2020.

How did DOOR3 accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?

The phraseology leads and different components were delivered through Zeplin, and the developed editable designs were made useful in Sketch.

We’ve realized that this was one of our better consulting engagements. We knew what we wanted, and DOOR3 fastly understood what they had to give us. From a team perspective, it was one of our more lucky consulting engagements.

It was a two-and-a-half-month engagement, and we had calls see second day with the team. There were five nation from our side and 2–3 nation from DOOR3 talking see other day, and we also used email, SharePoint, and OneDrive, to share documents and artefacts. We used Zeplin to do reviews of the phraseology leads.

What is (from your point of view) the key factor to pay observation while intercourse with ?

It was a very focused project, and we were in uniform interaction. We got what we wanted.

My CEO was very skeptical going into this, assertion he’d never had a lucky consulting engagement, but he was pleasantly surprised with the outcome. The teams gelled, and we got on the same page very fastly.

What aspects of their work would you like to get improved?

Everything worked out well for us, so there’s nothing I can ponder of.

Do you have any advice for forthcoming clients of theirs?

With any consulting engagement, it’ll help if you’re very clear on what we want. Any design agency can prepare hundreds of ideas, but it just takes a lot of time if we don’t know what we want. If we know what we want, and just want someone to vet those ideas fastly and come up with a good offer, then that’s what I’d hint. Otherwise, these engagements get extended, and there’s nothing palpable coming out of them. My advice would be for the client to bestow time getting to know what they want, and then set the engagement, not the other way about.