User Experience

We put in the hard work on the back-end, so your consumers never have to work to understand your site. Every click, scroll and touch is easily navigable for your customer regardless of the device they use to interact with your website; providing the best support possible for your product and service team. The user experience is a crucial element in our design and build process, keeping audiences engaged and coming back to your site with integrated mobile apps, responsive design and personalization techniques.

By getting your customers to the information they want and fast – we’re increasing both user satisfaction and driving profitable customer actions.

User Experience

When the InterTalk Critical Information Systems team needed a new website as reliable as their products, they turned to Bits Creative for help. From a custom new site to completely revamped branding - take a look through our case study to see our work on the front lines. 

Stylist and Styliani founder, Stella Nikolaou, had a vision to create a personal shopping/styling service that offered more than just fashion tips and advice for women. Her own journey influenced the Styliani brand to emphasis the importance of personal style, self-acceptance and creating a balanced lifestyle.

Nearly 1.5 million Canadians are at risk of overexposure to the sun due to their working conditions. Our team joined forces with the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) to help develop and design a sun safety website, raising awareness and building interactive toolkits to address this major occupational health hazard.
Nova Centre is something Halifax hasn’t seen before. It’s a one-million-square-foot, mixed-use development in the heart of our entertainment and business district. Housing a new convention centre, boutique hotel, business towers, restaurants, shops, and public space, it is one of the largest and most ambitious projects Downtown Halifax has seen in a long time.
Canadian Blood Services has been a long-time motivator and educator for Canadians in blood donation with their iconic tagline: it’s in you to give. In 2015, the team at Canadian Blood Services set out to educate and motivate their own team with an internal microsite to showcase their 2015-2016 business priorities. The internal communications platform encourages collaboration amongst staff and engages them with digital interactivity and fun, fresh design elements.
We worked with Phoenix to develop new mission and vision statements as well as a new logo identity, marketing materials and a new website. Phoenix Youth Programs is a non-profit organization and has long been recognized as a centre of excellence for their support of youth through a continuum of care.
What really makes Charm’s site an online gem? This website is fast. It loads quickly and responds intuitively, providing Charm customers with a state-of-the-art experience while choosing close-to-the-heart pieces.
Making this site easy to use—for the public, DHBC’s members, and the DHBC team—was our number one priority.
The new website had to enhance the quality of Domus' listings and services by offering a fun, visual experience easily viewed across many devices and browsers.
Take It Outside is a local retailer providing premium equipment and expertise to people who lead, and love, an active lifestyle. In order to break away from the competition, Take It Outside wanted to focus less on pure product promotion and more on cultivating a community of “Outsiders”. bits was ready at the starting line.

When Marty McFly stepped into the time machine, he flew into the future—2015! And like all evolved trends in the future, typography in web design has changed over the years. Font families have become more affordable, easier to implement, and there are a multitude of options for people working with smaller budgets. This means designers have more typographic flexibility and can create clean, cohesive, and individualized websites.

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With loyal customers from around the world calling SBS for everything from routine items to custom large orders, the sales team was swamped.
At bits.co, we make no bones about the fact we love dogs so when Halifax’s first canine fitness service, Dogrunnin, needed a new brand, we knew it was a match made in hound heaven.
Elevvate was a local start-up who came to bits with a vision of creating a new type of social network where athletes, coaches, sports professionals, and fans could connect. The founders saw the potential for Elevvate to be an online platform for fundraising and sponsorship, performance video analysis, and to engage the athletic community around the world.

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