You are getting ready to release your product and would like an independent confirmation that it has high quality (and the perception of high quality). In this review, we assume the design is correct (or too late to change), so the goal is to make sure your product is well implemented down to the pixel level—not to redesign.
If your program’s UI lacks polish, users will assume the rest of your program lacks polish too. Why should they assume otherwise?
While we can review your design to address any specific concerns you have, we recommend looking for polish problems in the following areas:
Attention to detail
We report everything we find. While arguably any individual polish problem isn’t very significant, the cumulative effect of many polish problems—especially those in the most visible, frequently used areas—can be very significant in the user’s perception of the quality of your product.
A report with an overall impression of the product, along with a complete list of any problems found with their priority and recommended solution. We recommend wrapping the design review with a conference call to discuss the results.
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