DeepL

Redesign of the Deep Learning Translator

A Redesign of the Deep-Learning Translation Tool DeepL

Something “typically start-up” was the fast pace of the project, which is often a necessity for these small ventures. Using the UI tool Figma, we provided a way to track our progress live so that the DeepL team could view and comment directly on the designers’ work at any time.

Live view

of project progress

4 months

until go-live

denkwerk was flexible and adapted to our processes, so we didn’t lose any time. We were also impressed by denkwerk’s high quality standards, which benefited us greatly.

Jaroslaw Kutylowski Chief Technology Officer, DeepL
DeepL Redesign: Micro UX and Transitions

How can an excellent tool be made even better? By making absolutely sure that form follows function. Each and every little detail of user interaction was significant for the tool’s design – we left nothing to chance. The micro UX and transitions all shared the same single goal of creating a fun, intuitive interface. That is, making a first-rate translator even more top notch.

We wanted to make DeepL more emotional. And that’s exactly what we did with the redesign. We created ‘joy of use’ without compromising on any of the user experience. On the contrary, actually.

Jaroslaw Kutylowski Chief Technology Officer, DeepL