At ArtVersion, our commitment to creating inclusive and user-friendly digital experiences is at the core of our approach to UX design. In order to achieve this, we have successfully incorporated the Guideline-Based Expert Walkthrough (GBEW) method into our design process. The GBEW method allows our team to assess and improve user interfaces in terms of accessibility, usability, and inclusion by combining expert insights with established web guidelines and domain-specific best practices. In this post, we discuss how the GBEW method has become an integral part of our UX design process at ArtVersion.

Customizing Guidelines for Specific Projects:

Our team of experts at ArtVersion collaborates to develop a customized set of guidelines tailored to the specific domain and context of each project. This customization ensures that our evaluations are targeted and relevant, addressing the unique challenges and requirements of each client’s digital interface.

Our multidisciplinary team, consisting of UX designers, accessibility specialists, and usability experts, conducts independent expert walkthroughs, assessing the user interface according to the customized guidelines. By leveraging the diverse expertise of our team members, we can identify potential issues and opportunities for improvement across various aspects of accessibility, usability, and inclusion.

Following the expert walkthroughs, our team comes together to discuss the findings, consolidating the results into a comprehensive report. This collaborative review process allows us to prioritize issues and develop actionable recommendations, ensuring that our clients receive well-rounded and data-driven insights to improve their digital user experience.

Benefits and Impact of GBEW at ArtVersion:

By incorporating the GBEW method into our UX design process, we have been able to identify and address a wide range of accessibility, usability, and inclusion issues. This comprehensive evaluation has empowered us to create more user-friendly and inclusive digital experiences, ultimately leading to higher user satisfaction and engagement. Additionally, the structured approach of the GBEW method has streamlined our design process by providing clear evaluation criteria and a consistent framework for our team. This has facilitated more effective collaboration, enabling us to deliver high-quality, inclusive digital experiences in a timely and efficient manner.


The integration of the GBEW method at ArtVersion has significantly enhanced our UX design process, allowing us to create more accessible, usable, and inclusive digital experiences for our clients. We believe that the GBEW method is a valuable addition to the UX practitioner’s toolkit and are excited to continue refining and expanding its application in our future projects.