Patrick Graf - What I do

Less is more, a UX design process in guerrilla mode

Getting to the essentials in UX means ensuring that the theory is consistent with effectiveness. A pragmatic UX designer quickly understands your challenges and the real needs of your users. He will develop a UX design process tailored to the context of your project and your organisation. We can quickly establish tangible hypotheses and create a realistic vision of your future applications.


The pragmatic UX process

Understand and personalise

Rethinking the briefing

Organise alignment workshops with your teams to create an exhaustive and tangible specification for your project.

Aligning your team

Ensure that all the parties involved in bringing your project to reality have validated a shared vision of the product to be created.

Getting to the point

Create a personalised UX design roadmap that will enable us to acquire the essential knowledge for your project.

Explore and solve

Risking hypotheses

Open up the field of possibilities and quickly explore plausible and innovative solutions that will delight your audiences.

Helping you make the right decisions

Formulate hypotheses in the form of understandable visuals to ensure that decision-makers validate them with full knowledge of the facts.

Reduce to the max

Select tangible hypotheses and design their functionality and ergonomics down to the last detail.

Implement and measure

Trust only users

Call on users whenever in doubt and validate hypotheses with those who will always have the last word.

Atomic attitude

Create a systemic design to guarantee the coherence of your digital products and facilitate work between designers and developers.

Continuous diagnostics

Achievements are more valuable than concepts, and user satisfaction is a barometer for the continuous improvement of your interfaces.