Startup App Design Case Study | UX Vault Episode 4




In this episode from the ProjectUX vault we take a look at the User Experience of startup BXTEL, an app that turns your iPhone into a hearing aid. Our UXpert panel of Jeremy Johnson, Chelsea Soprano, and Jainin Sankalia break down the product’s visual design, UI, information architecture, interaction design, accessibility, branding, and more. Topics covered include:

– Clearly indicating a user’s progress through the setup process
– Designing with accessibility in mind, particularly when serving an often older demographic
– Creating a friendly and engaging onboardingĀ process
– Why sliders aren’t the most accessible choice for certain interactions
– Clearly indicating a user’s progress through the setup process
– Making the functionality of the appĀ as obvious possible

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Featuring UXperts
Jeremy Johnson – VP Customer Experience @ projekt202
Jainin Sankalia – Digital Transformation @ Sogeti
Chelsea Soprano – Sr. UX Designer @ projekt202

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We hope you enjoy the episode, please leave us a comment with your thoughts on the topic of accessibility, or anything else this made you think about!

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