Interaction Design Services

Interaction design is the process of defining the interactions between people and products by taking into account the needs, motivations, constraints, and behavior of users.

Interaction design leverages a deep understanding of human behavior to create useful, effective, and positive relationships between products and services and the individuals that use them.

Evidence-Driven Design

Blink considers interaction design to be a balance of business goals, user needs, and technical constraints. Our interaction designers use the data obtained from user research, analytics, and other sources to define design objectives and create compelling designs that achieve those objectives.

Collaborative Design Efforts

Our team is highly collaborative and iterative. Blink consultants become a part of our team to create world-class products in a process that includes workshops, design reviews, and user feedback sessions. As we narrow in on a design solution, our work product will typically take the form of user scenarios, concept sketches, interaction design prototypes, and detailed design specifications.

Do you have a tough design problem to solve?

Blink can help you look at all the evidence data and find the best solutions for your users. Contact our team of experts to get started.

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