UX is in our DNA
Too many agencies and IT service providers confuse UX with UI, missing the point entirely. Though they are related, UI is more about the What, and UX is more about the Why.
At Whitespace, our favorite question is Why? ... Except when it comes to moonshots. Then the question becomes Why not?
Why we're different
Enterprise solutions require a level of knowledge, domain expertise, and technical depth that you will not find in most consumer-oriented creative agencies. Our consultants have years of experience building innovative products and services for complex enterprise environments.
At Whitespace, many of us have been working in the field of UX since before it was called UX. We know that UX is a strategic process to be employed at all stages of design and development, not something you do at the end of a project to "make the UI look nice". Just like CI/CD, it's important to practice Continuous UX.
Unlike large consulting firms who sell with their A team and deliver with their B team, we believe our clients deserve the very best from start to finish.
When you hire us, you know you're dealing with talented professionals who pride themselves on quality outcomes and client satisfaction. No B teams here.
Our clients choose us because they know we're there for the long haul – Rome was not built in a day, which is why you need loyal craftspeople, not Big 5 mercenaries.
There's no ready-made recipe for good design, no cookie-cutter approach to solving the challenges our clients face. Instead, we tailor our toolbox to each unique situation – not every challenge calls for a Design Sprint.
Our multinational clients operate in complex, often regulated environments. They understand that well-researched design and quality-driven development require the right mix of reflection and all-out sprinting, the goal being to cross the finish line having achieved a meaningful and lasting impact.
"The simple act of paying positive attention to people has a great deal to do with productivity."
– Tom Peters, renowned business author