About 88% of online customers are less likely to return to a site after an unsatisfactory experience.

User experience accounts for a substantial part in the growth of a company. It forms the foundation for brand identity that effectively fast tracks the process of customer acquisition and retention. Experience design plays a central role in value propositions that have a strong influence on potential customers. At its very basic, user experience (UX) encompasses all aspects of the end user’s interaction with the company, its online and other communication channels, products and services. The ultimate goal of this is to generate constant positive feedback, that will ensure customer loyalty.

UX design enables easy accessibility and usability for the consumer for both website and mobile application which enhances the perception of a brand and its products and services. Dcastalia provides UX design service in Bangladesh that enables an enterprise to construct a world-class UX experience to attract, engage, and delight customers. We put considerable emphasis on the research and planning process to map out the needs and wants of your customers, provide the best possible solution to and develop a user centric website for your company. Through more than a decade of experience, we have served hundreds of companies in diverse industries, supporting their business growth and profitability.



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Rangs Properties

Rangs Properties

A leading property developer of Bangladesh that represents architecture at its best. Relentlessly pursued “Creating Lifestyles” without compromise.

To tailor their requirement of a modern website, we went through several UX sessions, worked closely with different teams of designers & architects through out our development process. The final result was a top-class website that becomes an example for rest.

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Development process

We ensure quality and commitment throughout the development life-cycle

User Research and learning about the target audience

The first thing that we do is learn about the audience. We study the target audience and try to understand what their needs are and how eligible our product is in fulfilling those needs. There are a number of tools or methods through which this can be achieved like creating storyboards, designing customer journeys, sketching user flow diagrams, etc. all these methods might lead to different data but we mainly focus on those that are compatible with the project.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can you make functional prototypes and wireframes?

Most definitely. Creating functional prototypes is the first thing that we do before diving into development.

What tools do you use for UX design?

We use Figma and Adobe XD mostly. We also prepare live sketches with pencils. Might sound primitive but it’s effectiveness cannot be denied.

What is the timeline for UX design?

UX timeline of a project depends on the scope of the project, project goals, and priorities of key stakeholders involved. It could be done on a single stretch or as phases.

Can you convert the design to WordPress, HTML, or CSS?

We certainly can. In fact, we always create the UX of a website or application before coding it.

What are the resources that clients need to provide?

A prospective client must present their organisational goals, functional requirements and technical specifications.

What are the UX design deliverables?

A UX designer produces user-research report, user persona, customer journey map,sitemap,wireframe, UI sketch and an interactive prototype.

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