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We specialize in merging skills and philosophies, new- and old-school, into a synergy of functional, persuasive & aesthetically pleasing experience for long-term use.
UXP is a small informal team of freelancers based in Europe, specializing in high-quality UX/UI and eCommerce work.
Their head is a polymath nicknamed Mr W. - the person you'll be in contact with for most matters.
For more information, feel free to snoop around and/or ask directly.
The juice & vessel of all communication – words, specifically the persuasive kind – we’re here to help you find the right ones, or write them for you.
And not just any kind, but the usercentric (ux) type. And some Customer (CX) and Brand (BX) Experince design layered on top. More like engineering.
Code, we all need code -- be it a funnel, an app or a online shop, it’s a go here. And if it’s too big for us, we know a few good people.
Concept, strategy, psychology, technology. Knowledge is power, we have it, and it’s to your benefit as part of all our services or hired separately.
Although the word “persuasion” has some stigma around it, it’s still an essential skill in all free market interactions. Here we help you employ the best of our white-hat knowledge on human psychoneurology and decision-making.
It takes only about 50ms for a person to form their first impression of a brand, and roughly 7s to reach a dive-or-fly decision. Knowledge on boosting your gains in these narrow timings, as well as unifying your UX, CX & BX into a cohesive, frictionless front- to back-end system is part of our service by default.
Reading this far, you noticed there’s substantial discipline and depth of thought in our work. We don’t just copy competition, but use it for insight and apply advanced knowledge over to create more efficient & riveting experiences. This will help you stand out in a piercing way and subtly communicate higher value.
We’re strong proponents of building air-tight systems and showing a sense of completeness, we pursue this by default. Fair warning though: we’re not perfect, small things do slip through our cracks sometimes, but we’re dilligent and getting there is what we strive for.