Isomerous specializes designers spend a great deal of time presenting to clients and stakeholders, interviewing users, and collaborating with developers and fellow designers. So, the number one skill to have as a UX designer is
communication—and it goes both ways! Whether written, verbal, or visual, UX designers need to be able to articulate their ideas clearly while also being an active and engaged listener.
Thorough research can be the deciding factor between a great and a terrible user experience. Our experts help you improve usability, adoption, and experience of your software so your customers’ loyalty and happiness increase and
in turn benefit you and your business. As a UX designer, you’ll carry out user testing, interviews, surveys, questionnaires, and focus groups, so you’ll need to refine your research and analysis skills