Our creativity continues even remotely!

Kalina Simeonova - 18 March 2020

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We keep on going

As many others, in these challenging times in the Netherlands, we are working remotely in the safety of our homes. With this update we'd like to assure you that we are fully equipped to continue supporting you on your digital design projects. 

Our team of interaction and visual designers, design sprint facilitators and scrum masters are ready to help you improve your digital products and services.

Since our physical offices are closed, to reach us we advise you to send us an email at hello@hike.one or call us on 020 20 44 577.

We are here to help you, remotely

We continuously experiment and always use the latest methods to innovate. As such, our love to try new tools and find ways to work smarter comes only as an asset in times of social distancing.  

Whether it's hosting a workshop, running a design sprint or managing projects, we have tools to support the creative process and keep the work going remotely.

Reach out to us with your challenge and we don't doubt that we can tackle it head on through a remote connection. 

User Experience in a digital environment 

We make digital technology work for people - this is who we are! UX design and research are at the core of our services, along with thought leadership on design management (in Dutch). 

We help you get the best user experience for your customers in a new digital environment: adjust your customer journey or transform your services into a digital solution. Read more about the types of applications and services we can design for you here.

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Let us help you with your next challenge.

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Kalina Simeonova


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