User Interfaces

A great user interface design can turn the experience of a complex, multi-device, multi-context user experience into an enjoyable one that its end users love.

New business opportunities can live or die in the details of interface design: the nuanced choices determine the overall experience along with look-and-feel of your product

User interfaces acts as the foremost and direct connection between the product and its customers. In this fast changing technology world, the intuitive and aesthetically pleasing user interface design and GUI designs play a significant role in making your design functional.

That is why we emphasize more on the beauty of simplicity, functionality, interface design style and usability that makes a User-Interface great.

No matter whether it is the market-ready digital products, integrated mobile apps or mission-critical Web applications - we are expertise in building amazing human experience for everything. We at Nifty inspired to bring new functionality to life with the medium of simple and robust interfaces.

  • Large-Scale Transactional Systems
  • Retail Experiences
  • Mobile Applications
  • New Devices & Hardware
  • Connected Objects
  • Publishing Systems
  • Data Visualization Systems


The best user interfaces strive for simplicity. That means fewer concepts to learn, fewer steps to take and fewer options to consider. They strive to hide the underlying complexity of the product or service from the customer.

By reducing cognitive load and streamlining interactions, these interfaces reduce common barriers to adoption.

Brand the Details

Visual, motion and sound design work in concert with interaction design to present a clear hierarchy of options and to reinforce each interaction. They are also a valuable means of expressing the brand through the user interface of a product or service.

We identify the subjective traits of the brand and use them to shape the details of interface design.

Convey the Product Promise

User interfaces serve multiple purposes. In addition to making functionality accessible to users, they also help them understand what they can do with a product or service. This communication role is often overlooked in the UI design process.

We evaluate competing UI concepts for both functionality and communication.