For some design companies, the COVID-19 restrictions have been a cue to explore new ways of collaborating online – and a reminder that we should consider the needs of others in everything we do. But for other companies, life during lockdown has simply been an affirmation of the way in which they already work. Lollypop is one such firm.
For seven years, the award-winning India-based UX and UI studio has practiced a philosophy of human-centered design with a portfolio of clients ranging from fintech firms to fitness apps. With a growing team of 150 people spread across 12 offices worldwide, Lollypop was already well aware of the power of tools like Adobe XD to enable its designers to collaborate remotely.
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“Lollypop’s motto is also our process: discover, define, design and refine,” said Rajeshwari Keluskar, a UX designer in the firm’s Mumbai studio. “There is no change [to this], despite the pandemic. All you need to succeed in such times of crisis is a set of committed teammates with [the] conviction to deliver good digital experiences.”