At Allurive, we don't just build apps. We create the kind of apps that people talk about, that they use over and over again. We eat, sleep, and breathe mobile. It's who we are.
Info architecture · User flow mapping · Wireframing · prototyping · Style guides
Info architecture · Content strategy · Wireframing · prototyping · Style guides
Conceptulization · Brand strategy · Motion design · Merchandise · Style guides
A small and focused team providing unparalled quality in every detail, each step of the way.
The main reason for a design to fail is if it is unable to fully communicate and resonate with the users. Our top UI/UX professionals sit for long brainstorming sessions to not let that happen. They masterfully define, structure and execute your ideas in the most effective way. We believe, Good storytelling is the core of getting any product noticed by consumers. Keeping that in mind, we strive for excellence.
Who are the users of the app? What are the users’ tasks and goals? What are the users’ experience levels with the app? What functions do the users need from the app? What information might the users need, and in what form do they need it? How do users think the app should work? Here at allurive, a ui/ux design agency, we make sure all these questions are answered efficiently.
Like Buddha said, “Don’t use a lot where a little will do”. Regardless of your project or dream, the “less is more” philosophy can go a long way in creating value and enabling progress. Most importantly, when we focus on doing less and doing it well, instead of doing more and assuming it’s better, we’re less scattered, more deliberate, less harried, and more present. This is our key to brilliance and we break our backs to achieve it in our work.
Beauty and quality have always been our top most priorities in the pursuit of perfection. We focus on Personalized user experience with clean and cutting edge interface while keeping the context in our minds all the time. We make sure every element has a defined purpose and adds some meaning to the context. All this is implemented using our dear, KISS principle.