Design at the intersection of simplicity, usability and beauty.

We are Nordic Usability, a small UX agency located in the heart of Zürich, Switzerland. Our goal is to improve your digital products by simplifying workflows and processes, regardless of the complexity.

How we work

We become part of your team

We often work onsite, literally sitting among your developers and project managers.  We don’t just deliver designs, we present and discuss the design problems, technical limitations and business requirements directly with your team. This close collaboration allows us to adapt quickly, test and review which leads to  great results.

We get to know your users

By frequently conducting quick user tests, we validate the designs, as well as get a better understanding of  your users, and their needs.

We design using best practice design patterns

We are on the cutting edge of new mobile technology, closely following Googles material design, and Apples human interface guidelines. Using frameworks and patterns helps both you, and your users. Helps you by cutting development and design costs by not having to reinvent the wheel, even allowing developers to use the standard components provided. And it helps your users, because the familiarity of their preferred platforms means they already know how to use these patterns

Our Specialties
  • Industrial & Productivity applications
  • Mobile applications
  • User interface design
  • User research
  • Usability testing
  • Simplifying where ever possible
Notable Awards
  • Best of Swiss apps 2014 – Gold in Productivity category

Lorica Claesson

Senior UX Designer & Founder

Lorica’s speciality is design for Mobile Apps, and she is passionate about innovative desktop, web and mobile applications that are tailored for real users. She designs engaging and easy-to-use interfaces, backed up by a solid technical understanding of what is feasible and using a range of methods for understanding what users really want and need. Lorica holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm Sweden. She focused her studies on Human Computer Interaction.