As featured in Wired magazine, Keigo is an app combining advanced psychology and cutting-edge AI to determine the compatibility of two personalities, and providing helpful suggestions for conversational openers. Ideal for dating, or that critical job interview.

Keigo

Utilising the technology behind another, more business-oriented app, the team behind Keigo knew that where consumers were concerned, UX would be the key. They selected Lucky Few as their implementation partner, but were pleasantly surprised to find extensive UI design and testing capabilities under the hood once the work was underway.

Working with Lucky Few turned out to be a highly iterative process of UX refinement. Every step of the way, they would suggest improvements and help us to flag and resolve issues. Thanks to them, I would say that Keigo – despite only launching a few months ago – is already far beyond the 1.0 stage. It’s more like 1.1 or 1.2.

- Teemu Huttunen, Managing Director, Mindmetrics Group

Lucky Few brought a wealth of UI knowledge and experience to bear on Keigo’s development. When lessons learned from previous projects could be applied, from typical interaction flows to design pitfalls, the app moved one step closer to success – the recognition it has garnered in tech circles since its launch is no accident.

We undertook a major UX journey with Lucky Few, which we didn’t necessarily anticipate in the beginning of the project. This is simply due to their remarkable enthusiasm for what they do. They really care about the quality, and how the end product will actually work in real life.

As featured in Wired magazine, Keigo is an app combining advanced psychology and cutting-edge AI to determine the compatibility of two personalities, and providing helpful suggestions for conversational openers. Ideal for dating, or that critical job interview.

Keigo

Utilising the technology behind another, more business-oriented app, the team behind Keigo knew that where consumers were concerned, UX would be the key. They selected Lucky Few as their implementation partner, but were pleasantly surprised to find extensive UI design and testing capabilities under the hood once the work was underway.

Working with Lucky Few turned out to be a highly iterative process of UX refinement. Every step of the way, they would suggest improvements and help us to flag and resolve issues. Thanks to them, I would say that Keigo – despite only launching a few months ago – is already far beyond the 1.0 stage. It’s more like 1.1 or 1.2.

- Teemu Huttunen, Managing Director, Mindmetrics Group

Lucky Few brought a wealth of UI knowledge and experience to bear on Keigo’s development. When lessons learned from previous projects could be applied, from typical interaction flows to design pitfalls, the app moved one step closer to success – the recognition it has garnered in tech circles since its launch is no accident.

We undertook a major UX journey with Lucky Few, which we didn’t necessarily anticipate in the beginning of the project. This is simply due to their remarkable enthusiasm for what they do. They really care about the quality, and how the end product will actually work in real life.