The Viennese agency menonthemoon sees an urgent need for action in optimizing the user experience of Austrian companies ‘ websites. With the ux check, the agency now offers rapid help. […]
In most corporate websites, the experts find a lot of room for improvement, only 20 percent of Austrian websites have a modern website that can withstand international comparison. menonthemoon now offers an analysis method. The ux-check should offer a quick improvement and an important help. Experts analyze the user experience of the company’s digital presence in three steps: framing, creating an overview from the perspective of the target group and making recommendations that immediately lead to improvements.
Actionable recommendations are worked out holistically and online. The experience for customers or employees as well as the digital offer of the relevant touchpoints are analyzed, sorted and packed into concrete recommendations for action. With this change of perspective, the digital touchpoint should be optimized and the persuasiveness in the digital world expanded and improved enormously.
Holistic UX design
“Like all our projects, the ux check also works agile, together with our customer. We create intuitive design that not only looks good, but also focuses on the users and their needs. Corona has given us time to deal with the design of our direct living environment – but often the digital‘ home ‘ has been forgotten. Now in the summer is the right time for a ux check, so that companies are on the safe side in addition to general customer satisfaction when it comes to digital, understandable and above all appealing appearance,“ says Alf Netek, CEO menonthemoon.
“In order not only to take the user on his digital journey, but also to bring him to concrete actions, digital motivation professionals such as menonthemoon are needed. They create remarkable experiences at every touchpoint. Holistic user experience design: from vision, strategy and design to the development of innovative digital solutions,“ adds motm COO Martin Oisterschek.