We design, develop and deliver digital services and products for our customers

We help our customers digitalize their business or create new digital business. Our expertise is in design, development and delivery processes, user-centricity and agile ways of working. Our designers and developers have an average of 10+ years of experience in delivering digital products and services. We’ve completed 300+ successful projects in various industries from healthcare to finance and retail.

Validate and prototype your product before committing to costly development projects

Get to know the actual users before getting too far ahead with the development and design process. Even superficial user research will help you decide whether you should actually commit to the costly development process. Wunderdog’s Design Sprint is like a helicopter ride of user-centric product design and development, download it below.

  1. Focus only on relevant challenges

  2. Get tangible results in only one week

  3. Efficiently plan the next steps in your project

Wunderdog Customer Satisfaction survey Success

Wunderdog is a digital transformation agency with a vision for a better tomorrow.

We design, develop and deliver impactful products and services. Here's how.

Software development
Delivering high-quality digital products & services that last

Business Design
Developing, testing and creating concepts for new businesses

Service and Product Design
Creating easy-to-use interfaces that generate great user experiences

Customer Experience / Strategy support
Strategy work focuses on building better overall digital experience for end users and better, purposeful business

Product Analytics and Development
Understanding and developing user engagement with what we build, from products to apps

Design Sprint Sanoma Pro x Wunderdog

Prototyping and testing alternative ways to visualize and organize learning material

Over 30,000 pieces of information including text, audio, video, images, exercises, and games were prototyped and tested - then showed these early-stage prototypes to pupils and teachers.  Feedback showed the continuous stream of bite-sized information was user-friendly for both groups of users: the pupils saw value in how the personalized feed remembers where you are in each topic and how it offers a simple way to submit homework, while teachers liked the ability to dynamically manage the feed with their own material (including external content such as YouTube videos) and the fact they can give personalized, context-based feedback.