UX Audit & Strategy

With our UX Audit service, we identify user experience problems so that you can create a frictionless and positive experience for your users. Our exceptionally talented, highly experienced, professional team steps in to examine your products in-depth.

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Bluebash harnesses the power of Insight, Strategy & Design towards humanizing technological outcomes. We help you re-imagining and re-defining user experiences for your product across the digital platforms.


UX Audits

A User Experience (UX) audit helps us understand the strengths and weaknesses of a digital product.

Audits offer tremendous insight into product performance and customer behavior. The information that we gather allows us to find areas for improvement.

We can focus on specific goals, such as increasing user engagement or boosting conversion rates. The result is a comprehensive and detailed report of your product’s usability problems and suggestions on how to overcome them.

Product Evaluations


User Surveys


Conversion Rates

Stakeholder Interviews

UX Audit Deliverables


Project Assessments

A basic outline of the current state of the digital product; baseline for future audits.

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UX Research

Details about the users through detailed research such as surveys and interviews. Information Architecture


Information Architecture

The process of arranging parts to make the information understandable.


Competitive Analysis

Comparing the UX of the competition’s products for insight into how your product stacks up.

UX Strategy

Understanding your customers' motivations or users and where these overlap with your business goal helps us uncover the ideal path to engagement. Our roadmaps to success are backed up with data-driven user and market research, as well as our wealth of experience.

Product Ideation

Current State Assessment

Customer & User Segmentation

Technology Transformation

Use Case Development

Customer Journey Mapping

Customer Experience Management

Branding & Positioning


Who Can Benefit From UX Audit?

Companies planning to update their digital assets

Product owners dedicated to investing in user satisfaction

Marketing teams suspecting usability issues in acquisition and conversion paths

Product teams with a need for experience-enhancing work items in their backlog

Product teams looking for ways to establish an analysis and test culture in-house

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Your business goals

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Key user goals

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Featured Case Studies

Trusted by many entrepreneurs around the globe.

Featured Case Studies

Trusted by many entrepreneurs around the globe.

Sebamed USA

Online one stop solution to buy evolutionary skincare product sebamed from SebamedUSA.com

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A product by doctor for doctor’s. Optometry cloud EHR & practice management software.

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Claire Austin

Quality, hand-picked collections of perennials & peonies from one of the country leading horticulturalists

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Frequently Asked Questions

The diversity of your business objectives and requirements, induce the multiplicity of contract models we suggest.

Whether we’re designing a new product for your company, or upgrading an existing one, we highly recommend a UX audit that reviews what has worked for you in the past.
No, it is not so soon. It is required to do a UX audit as it tells how your business can benefit from conducting a usability audit. Every website owner eventually faces these challenges and considers conversion rate optimization.
Three months should be allocated to UX in your project plan. However, in most cases, implementing a user experience process adds about three months to the front end of your project—and UX saves you from massive amounts of development rework that is typically discovered after release.
To remain competitive, hiring a UX designer is now more important than ever. While we wouldn't ask a product manager to hire an engineer or vice versa, these are frequently the groups tasked with hiring a UX designer to join the team.