User Experience Design

User Experience Design (UXD) is a broad term we use to encompass designing how a person uses a website or application.

User Experience Design includes defining a person’s journeys through the site; how he or she uses the site’s functions and how the pages are structured to help a person achieve their goals. Good UXD is all about user-centred design, that is to say putting people first.


Case studies featuring User Experience Design

Kew Gardens

Kew Gardens

Clearleft created a responsive pilot, helping bring information about visiting Kew Gardens to its rapidly growing mobile audience.

UNICEF UK

UNICEF UK

Clearleft helped this children’s charity bring its content to a mobile audience.

Brighton & Hove City Council

Brighton & Hove City Council

A roadmap to give Brighton’s citizens easier and better access to the services they need online.

University of Portsmouth

University of Portsmouth

Clearleft helped Portsmouth redesign their site for prospective students.