At HunterTech, we work hard to create beautiful, functional applications while improving their usability. We are a UX design company that believes everything that affects an end user is part of the design process. We dig deep to find solutions that work for our clients’ specific situations, and we do that by creating user interfaces that are useful, usable and desirable – and affordable.


At the heart of design is the problem or challenge that we intend to solve. By putting our heads together in an immersive and collaborative set up, we ideate together with our stakeholders on the challenge in hand.  By means of sketches, post its and mindful moderation, we derive a common understanding of the challenge and possible directions to solve the same.
This helps in cutting down on wasted efforts due to misaligned understanding and ideating in silo.


If you need our services to help you in evaluating current information architecture or defining one, we can help you by using card sorting method. In a card sorting session, participants organize topics into categories that make sense to them and they may also help you label these groups.


A storyboard is a graphical representation of how users will use your product. It takes you through the journey of the user in a comic strip format.It helps you in presenting your value proposition in a manner that empathizes with end users and presents your idea like a story and clarifies open questions and challenges. Talk to us if you need to storyboard your idea.


Gone are the days when extensive documentation was the only way to communicate your ideas with development team. With interactive prototype, you can validate your ideas and assumptions early on with end users and stakeholders without writing a single line of code, refine faster and influence technology adoption and above all, your business plan. Talk to us for interactive prototype support.


The visual layer is the first touch point with your end user. Do you know that people make snap judgment and it takes 1/10th of a second to form that first impression about your product? However apart from universal visual appeal, it’s important to focus on your end user, their context and your brand position to define a visual layer that communicates well and influences snap judgement positively.