Our approach to legal design is human-centric, multidisciplinary innovation. The point is to bridge the gap between law and users leveraging design as a human-centric method to creating objects, content, interfaces that solve problems - beyond aesthetics.
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What we do.
We combine strong legal & design expertise to redesign contracts, compliance programmes, privacy policies, internal legal platforms, Environment & Social action plans, complex facts in litigation cases… in each case focusing on users and purpose. Creating a satisfying Legal User Experience, at last.
What we don’t do.
Don’t come to Amurabi to “make contracts look pretty” or create “infographics on compliance”. Come to us to stop your 40-page long contract taking ages to negotiate, to avoid the nightmare of signature chasing and promote actual implementation. Come to us because you really want your key anti-corruption rules effectively applied – beyond ticking the box- and you want to know what the users truly need to make them a reality. And remember, we’re not a law firm and we don’t provide legal advice.
Within the attention economy and post digital revolution, the inaccessibility and unintelligibility of law is no longer accepted. Above all, law should be a human-to-human discipline.
The key to not limiting legal design to “good looking documents” is (i) the mindset: we start each project as if it were a clean slate, without any preconceived solutions, (ii) human-centeredness: we go beyond putting oneself in the shoes of users and co-create with users, (iii) multi-disciplinarity: our designers are fully involved in all projects from day one, and we collaborate with sociologists, psychologists and other specialists depending on projects and (iv) iteration: we first create a prototype to test a few usage scenarii, and then iterate until finalization.
There is no such thing as “instant legal design”: the multidisciplinary and iterative approach implies that it takes time. The timeline will depend on each project, but our experience at Amurabi enables us to deliver simple projects in as little as 3 weeks – up to 4 or 5 months for more complex ones.
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Legal Innovation by Design
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