Anri Studio uses a variety of technical methods to help our clients. But in the end our efforts always hinge on being responsive, by being there when our clients need us, and by listening closely to their ideas and concerns.
To start, we have to answer some very basic questions about the commercial ‘environment’ of the client’s business. We ask a lot of questions about ‘end users.’ Who’s the end user of the website? Who’s the website actually for? What does this end user want. What is their mission? What are they searching for? What does the end user bring to their encounter with the website? What’s the overall marketplace the website has to exist in? How does this larger business context influence our work? And, of course, what’s the competition like?
Working from the answers to these questions, Anri Studio designs for functiony, as well as for look and feel. In the end, a website is only a success if it ‘works’ for real customers in a real marketplace.
Our goal is to do what’s needed in a timely and economical way. With our many skills and methods we can build virtually anything we want, but what is most important to us is effective service to our clients and their customers.