Conceptual design – navigation, information and forms

Conceptual design training will get everyone on the same page

Team members often have different ideas on what the navigation schemes, prototypes and information architecture should be like.

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This can lead to cases where developers don’t understand what the designers need, causing confusion and wasting time in the process. If this is the case then the project you have worked on for weeks or months, will either fail to meet the deadlines, or turn out to be different than originally intended.

During the training sessions we will teach your team everything they need to know about design concepts, navigation schemes and information architecture. Our consultants are also giving lectures at various universities, so they are experienced in teaching complicated topics the simple way.

Conceptual design helps you make better decisions

Concepts are solutions to unsolved problems or new solutions to problems that are solved in a poor manner. A new concept can be a product, a service or a combination of the two.

Without the understanding of concepts there would be no way for all of those involved in the project to comprehend or agree upon the representation. It is the first phase where drawings, which are made of simple plans and sections, are the primary focus. These simple drawings will later become detailed specifications of the product.

So what are you waiting for?

Get in touch with us via the phone or email and we will help you choose the training modules that provide the best bang for your buck.

    • Estimates:

      All training sessions are tailored to you and your team with options to choose from various different modules.

      Each module has its own curriculum and everyone who completes the training will receive a certificate of completion.

    • Rate by the hour:
      The price for each training module is 750 EUR + VAT with 15% off when taking 5 modules at once. The price applies to max 7 participants.
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