Product Design

We will help you validate your product before things get serious
discovery workshop

Discovery Workshop

  • Whether you are a startup or a big enterprise, OneByte’s team works will work with you to explore, define, and validate your product concept
  • Bringing together all the stakeholders to brainstorm, ideate, and define project objectives, requirements, and expected outcomes in advance to avoid any discrepancies at later stages
  • A product discovery workflow can consist of these three steps:
    • Collect as many ideas as possible. These ideas could come from any stakeholder, anywhere, anytime.
    • Do your homework and vet the idea bank to validate the most promising ideas or discard others. Collect your findings in a single discovery document.
    • Prioritize which idea is more lucrative and holds the most potential, and has the strongest pitch.

How we do it

  • Define a clear goal and tangible result for the workshop
  • Have tools that will facilitate on hand and at easy access; including blank papers, a white board and markers, post-its, etc.
  • Decide who participates in the workshop – the more varied, the better
  • Have a (flexible) agenda


  • Our product design team focuses on building visually appealing experiences that resonate with your customers by adding aesthetic and intuitive colors, fonts, images, videos, animations, navigation, buttons, etc.
  • We create mood boards, wireframes, and prototypes to define user journey and test product validation
  • Using our industry expertise, we build engaging web and mobile applications meeting the highest standards of quality
wireframing and prototyping

Wireframing and prototyping

  • We use design language to demonstrate what the end product will look like, while leaving room for your feedback to be duly incorporated
  • First, wireframes: the bare-bones structure, the layout of the website, and an overview of what the website will look like in generic terms using dummy content
  • Prototypes are more refined, relative to wireframes at least. Prototypes contain color, animations, and the actual content to see what fits and what doesn’t
  • Once these steps are complete, we discuss the way forward with the client and go forth
  • Feedback is taken and discussed periodically to ensure the client is satisfied with the final product