We’re a Innovative
Design Agency in Sydney

Blueegg is a User Experience Agency based in Sydney. We provide a comprehensive service covering discovery, engagement and delivery. Developing a strong understanding of what your users are doing and how they interact with your content is key to offering a strong and compelling experience.

We analyse your existing data, engage with your internal stakeholders and incorporate the strategy you are aiming for. By then engaging with your external stakeholders (customers) we are able to overlay true insight.

This insight is built into the prototyping and wireframes and is what leads to increased engagement, increased usability and increased conversion.

Methodology

RESEARCH

We uncover the objectives, the strategy and where you want to go.

ENGAGEMENT

We engage with both internal and external stakeholders through testing and validation.

DELIVERY

We deliver wireframing, documentation and annotations that are a result of insight and analysis.

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Blog

Amazing Digital Design Starts With Real-Life Conversations

Amazing Digital Design Starts With Real-Life Conversations

Adam Faulkner, experience design director at digital branding agency Blueegg, has developed a distinct approach to understanding customer and user experience. Surprisingly, it involves a lot of time offline, IRL.

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UNSW’s Latest Maker in Residence: Adam Faulkner

UNSW’s Latest Maker in Residence: Adam Faulkner

Today Adam begins his tenure at UNSW as a Maker in Residence: “Here to help and work with some inspiring students with incredible ideas… Awesome to be able to be part of the innovation that will shape our future… “
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The CMO Show: Adam Faulkner says superior CX requires empathetic marketers

The CMO Show: Adam Faulkner says superior CX requires empathetic marketers

“It’s 2017 and we still find ourselves asking: What is customer experience? How does it differ from UX? Customer experience design expert Adam Faulkner joins us to clear up the confusion.

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