Scale better, faster, stronger.

Hire the best product designers in no time

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Our previous employers

Fast-growing startups often face the need for staff augmentation to help them accelerate on product iteration.

Mozza enables them to extend their design department with remote teams of senior product managers, designers and user researchers coming from the best companies.

Approach

Our fresh eyes combined with our senior expertise enable us to deliver value within a few days.

We can offer insights on product strategy, help design new features or tackle ad-hoc design projects that require high quality execution. The process is highly involved and requires deep collaboration on both sides.

Capabilities

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Strategy & Ideation

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UX & UI audit

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User research

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Activation sprint

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Virality sprint

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Retention analysis

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Ux & UI design

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Product specifications

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Heetch.

How we helped the leading ridesharing app Heetch tackle a major product challenge?

Frichti. available soon

How to increase the activation rate of new users?

"The Mozza team knew how to understand our issues very quickly and propose ambitious, consumer centric, disruptive and pragmatic solutions."

Quentin Vacher, CEO of Frichti

Airbnb. available soon

How to make it easier for Airbnb hosts to welcome their guests?

"In less than 24h we were working with a designer that delivered a word-class service."

Felix Malfait, Product at Airbnb

The recipes that made us famous

Mindfulera

How to Survive in the Mindful Era.

6 methods to make sure that time is well spent inside your app.

Zenly

How Zenly nailed it.

What product method did Zenly use to become the only location sharing app with a 8% weekly growth rate? (and get eventually acquired by Snapchat!).

Earlysnapchat

Growth Lessons from Early Snapchat.

Why starting with a simple and radical product is the first step to success.