What Our Clients Say

We’ve worked with Everyday since we started Zola, and they have the most talented design researchers and UX designers that I know. Their ability to analyze and synthesize a problem to deliver a thoughtful, user-centric design solution is invaluable. They are straight up awesome.”

Nobu Nakaguchi
Chief Design Officer & Co-Founder at Zola

Working with Everyday Industries has been a game changer for Alloy Health. From absorbing and analyzing our complex user flow, to navigating our upgrade needs, to working seamlessly and productively with our team, Everyday has been a delight to work with and brought meaningful change and value to our entire user experience.”

Anne Fulenwider
Co-Founder at Alloy Health

Everyday has been an amazing partner – they work in such a collaborative way that they truly feel like an extension of our internal team. The UX thinking that they have brought to our process has helped us prioritize the things that we know are important to our members and our overall site experience has improved significantly since we brought them on board!”

Callie Depina

Vice President, Member Experience at ButcherBox

Everyday Insights

How to Use Customer Journey Maps to Improve Wellness Tech UX

by Helen King on February 16, 2024

Customer journey maps for wellness tech products are powerful tools to strengthen the digital experience and increase adoption. No matter where you are in developing your product, you can use strategies to uncover and shape the customer journey to ensure the most important elements of the experience are accounted for and thoughtfully defined.

Customer journey maps for wellness tech products are powerful tools to strengthen the digital experience and increase adoption. No matter...

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Leveraging Continuous Customer Feedback to Design Better Health & Wellness Products

by Thomas DiNatale on January 30, 2024

Integrating continuous customer feedback into your product design process takes work yet pays compounding rewards over time as your product offering evolves intuitively to deliver more and more value. Learn about 4 lightweight methods you can implement today.

Integrating continuous customer feedback into your product design process takes work yet pays compounding rewards over time as your product...

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Hacking Habits: How Wellness Tech Taps into Behavioral Science

by Allison Sall on January 9, 2024

Wellness technologies use behavioral science to help users form lasting health habits. By leveraging the habit loop of triggers, routines, and rewards, wellness apps and devices help you stick to your goals. Read on to discover how you can help design for behavior change.

Wellness technologies use behavioral science to help users form lasting health habits. By leveraging the habit loop of triggers, routines,...

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