In the latest episode of projekt202’s Thought Leadership video series, Senior UX Designer Kim Harris discusses best practices for using lean UX, addresses common UX design concerns, and shares the benefits of a collaborative, lean approach to software.
projekt202, the leader in experience-driven design and development, today announced its expansion into the Chicago region with the successful acquisition of ORA, an award-winning user experience and digital product studio.
If you’re making software the right way, you have designers and developers working together to solve problems. But do you have a common way of working with both? projekt202 CTO Rob Pierry provides insights on working cohesively across disciplines.
projekt202 Experience Designer Peter Vogt details the approaches that designers can take to organize their branches in Abstract, a creative process that’s worth a step outside the designer comfort zone.
Watch as projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson presents best practices for demonstrating the ROI of strategic UX design to the C-suite.
projekt202 Experience Director Lan Nguyen discusses the relationship between UX designers and developers, a vital factor in the success of a software project. Lan outlines recommendations for involving all team members from the start and setting expectations for success.
projekt202’s Josh Christopher helps you plot a simple course in determining whether you can benefit from a design system. (Hint: you can!)
Not all UX is created equal: See how the projekt202 team helps clients stand out from the competition by delivering solutions that meet customer and user needs, provide outstanding ROI, and open up new business opportunities.
In this new thought leadership article, projekt202 CTO Rob Pierry examines the meaning and impact of intentional decision making.
Do you know what your customers want and need, and are you applying those insights to your business? There's a proven way to reveal that information and successfully benefit from it.
To stay ahead of the competition and stand out in their markets, more companies are realizing the ROI and importance of delivering better customer experiences.
In the current landscape of design, while Sketch has cemented itself as the primary UI/UX daily driver, competitors such as Figma have emerged to push the envelope in their own respects. In this article, projekt202’s Peter Vogt explores the benefits of using Figma as a resource for your design team.
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