What was the scope of their involvement?
Initially, we met and held several video interviews to discuss the vision for the final product. We provided them with context, our business plan, and a deck containing the model. From there, they started to visualize our thinking.
In the second part of the project, we spent time giving feedback to develop the UI from a global, mobile-first perspective. Taking our comments into account, they were able to deliver an edited video showcasing the full mobile UI within a few weeks.
Since that time, they’ve been helping us articulate our priorities into multiple designs. They’ve developed hundreds of screens for web and mobile, all in line with our priorities. We’ve been able to go live with the web app, but we haven’t launched the mobile app yet. Now, we’re continuing to iterate it on a daily basis.
What is the team composition?
I typically communicate directly with Danielle (Fractional Chief Design Officer, Studio Moku), but there’s also been at least one other project manager monitoring the effort. In total, there are about three people working on the project design. When they created a brand video for me as part of their work, they may have also contracted a videographer.
How did you come to work with Studio Moku?
I found them through a referral from the lead engineer selected for this project. He worked on projects with Studio Moku in the past and had positive experiences. I interviewed them and felt that they could lead us down a beneficial path. That made me comfortable in hiring them.
How much have you invested with them?
So far, we’ve invested between $25,000–$50,000 on their services.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started the project in May 2019 and its ongoing.