You'll be working side-by-side with the same veteran product designer throughout the entire process. Ultimately it's your idea & you're the driver, so think of your SetDesign product designer as the passenger with the roadmap.
The three core components of SetDesign, they structure our product design process. As seen above each of our packages offers a varying amount of these components. Logically, the more involved the process, the higher the number of deliverables, iterations & sessions.
Many of our recent clients are either building their prototypes or fundraising, so we're a bit careful about showcasing their work; however, we're always toying around with doodles or downloads. Feel free to look through some our latest live prototype examples below:
This is a beautiful mobile interface that imagines an all-in-one finance app that balances crypto walles & fiat banks.
Another mobile project, this app explores the concept of a local service marketplace - ranging from plumbers to cleaners.
What Came First The Product Or The Community? Regardless, product-community fit is paramount as it’s the organic predecessor to product-market fit. Now with data from the Market Research Survey, it’s time to piece together actionable user portraits.
While the previous Competitor & Inspiration Analysis exercise aligned all internal stakeholder goals & assumptions, the Market Research Survey tests that these same principles hold true for potential, external, early-adopters.
The "Why" behind who we are. A peek into our personal path as well as a general look into lessons learned from our seven years as a development agency.
The Set team was instrumental for taming, designing & growing a very complex ed-tech platform.
As a large corporation, we're always in need of prototypes; the Set team has consistently delivered nothing but clean, polished & pristine prototypes.
We were new to the tech world & the Set team was instrumental in easing our understanding. They helped us nail our product-market fit.