We're a user experience design studio based in Melbourne, Australia
A dedicated team of passionate designers, thinkers, problem solvers and technologists
Research & User Testing
Developing an informed design solution requires first understanding exactly what the problem is. We employ a range of research methods to help us clearly comprehend how your customers interact with your website or product and get to grips with their needs & motivations before we even think about developing design solutions.
UX & Interaction Design
Ease of use can make or break a product or website. We work closely with you to explore and generate ideas and possible solutions before sketching, prototyping, iterating and testing our experience designs to ensure your customers will be able to perform even the most complex interactions with ease.
UI Design & Development
Successful experience design is a careful balance of informed interaction design, beautiful interfaces and elegant front-end code. We're unique in our ability to not only provide well thought-out wireframes, but meticulously designed, beautiful interfaces and elegant, clean code using the latest techniques and technologies.
Thirst Studios is a multi discipline user experience design team based in Melbourne, Australia. We help organisations create and improve online products through research, strategy and design. In essence, we make simple, creative, easy-to-use online experiences that are a pleasure to use.
We have a strong focus on simplicity, interaction design, usability, web standards and accessibility, but most importantly we employ a user-centred design approach, which means we stay focused on the specific needs of your audience throughout the design process.
We've worked with an amazing range of clients, from large corporations and government departments to community service organisations and funky little start-ups.
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From the blog
15 Apr 2014It’s been a few months since Team Thirst excitedly tore the wrappers off our Fitbit Flexes. We share thoughts on what difference (if any) this little device has had on our fitness and make suggestions for improving the experience.
18 Mar 2014Last night's meetup kicked us off (officially) for the year of 2014 and what a night it was, with three illustrious speakers covering such diverse ground in a little over an hour.