UX/UI Design

We build interfaces of any complexity and types: websites, mobile apps, web services, ATMs, SSMs and a whole load more. We don’t burn our clients’ money time and skip the prototyping step for simple services and in our core areas of expertise.

UX and UI design are inseparable

UX (user experience) design and UI (user interface) design are the processes of creating digital or real-world products focused on improving the consumer qualities of a product or a service such as usability, satisfaction and appearance.

UX Design

Whatever an app, a website or a service has under the hood: the internal structure of an interface, the logic of the interaction with a product and its functionality.

UI Design

The way an interface looks like, including colors, typography, pictures, animations and other features that will be visually perceived by users.
Starting off with a thorough research, the designer preps a draft UI layout, demonstrates it to the client, gathers feedback, discusses options and the next steps in the design process. It takes two or three iterations to take the mockup to the final stage. We call this approach iterative UX/UI design:
Doing UX design or UI design separately is kind of lame: these are two closely intertwined things. You can’t magically solve the clients problems or cover all the possible user behavior patterns while interacting with the interface by painting your prototype random colors.
Prototypes are like zombies. It’s impossible to tell, by looking at empty grey blocks, whether they are structured correctly or if users will find what they are looking for. You need to be in sync with the visual part while building prototypes unless you want to do it all over again. Besides, for many businesses prototypes are just redundant.
Alex Revyako
Co-founder and Creative Director at Right Studio
In any interface, designers can shift the focus by applying a number of tools like color, font size, footnotes, factoids, etc. that help them guide user attention. That way they can highlight the most important things on the screen where the user should look at in the first place.
If users are shown several same size images, they will examine them consecutively, one by one. In the case when, say, the third image is brighter than the other two, it will be the first to have users’ eyes glued to it because of its color.

Experts get to the point right off the bat

When dealing with multifaceted business, we take our time to do a profound research of the company, analyze its audience and its needs. We get the prototypes ready when there might be lots of hidden tricky points, but most often than not, you can perfectly do without them.

We use the iterative UX/UI design approach for projects in our expertise domains:


We have hundreds of project in our portfolio for clients in the banking and finance sectors. You can easily save hundreds of hours if you need an online banking interface or a trading app.

E-commerce and Marketplaces

Online shops, corporate websites, category pages — go!

UX/UI Design: The Workflow

Go deep down into the business

We ask a myriad questions to get to know the client company better, understand the business logic and determine the problems. Then we search for a fitting solution.

Analyze the audience and its needs

This is the key stage in UX design and analytics which directly impacts the final result. We analyze the company’s customers and their needs and preferences to find out who is going to use the product. We pinpoint the context of interaction, the conditions, as well as the technical and business-related limitations.

Design key screens and processes

We get a draft UI design version ready. Map out the main UI scenarios and outline the user journey. Then we test the pilot UI, right the wrongs, polish it and get rid of whatever is out of place.

Scale the UI solution over auxiliary processes

Running through two or three key user flows gives you a clear picture of how to build out the rest. At this stage, we work through parallel user flows like ordering delivery for online shops, installment payment plans or choosing associated goods for the main purchase.

Unify the UI components

We make up a UI kit or a design system: brush up the styles, elements, blocks and modules, pics and icons. Tie the elements together into dependencies with classes and variables.
We worked through hundreds of elements for BPS Sberbank’s library — buttons, icons, check boxes, fields, headers, menus, lists, selects, notifications, and modal windows. All of them are hierarchically aligned and based on master components

Launch and support

We help ensure that the project runs smoothly. Support the devs and control the quality of the design implementation. Test the live interface, make up a bug list and consult on how to fix them. And we sketch additional screens if something’s missing.

Our fave projects


It’s easiest to determine the pricing for our services based on the hourly rate of a leading specialist. The base hourly pay of a UX/UI designer is $35. The final price is open for long-term projects (2+ months).

We’ll be happy to help you launch your interface, too. We use PHP, Bitrix, WordPress and Drupal for back-end development. As for front-end development, we use React for SPA and creating simple websites.

We outsource more complex solutions requiring Swift, Kotlin, Java, Python, Go and the like to our partners.

Generally, we take one month to roll out the concept of a medium complexity project like an exchange, a corporate website or a unique online shop.

Sure. A website is a simple interface. There are plenty of effective practices applicable to such projects. You don’t really need this long multistep process if you run a usual shop, for example. See turnkey websites for reference.

For market nichers, we would recommend to turn to design companies competent in your particular domain (this is called vertical expertise). If your designer is a complete alien to your domain, you’ll have to invest time and money to educate them. For example, our vertical expertise is fintech and classifieds.

Let’s make it enjoyable to interact with your UI.
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