For the fifth consecutive year, projekt202 has been named to the distinguished Dallas 100 list of fastest-growing privately-held companies in Dallas-Fort Worth.
The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business annually compiles the elite roster of 100 North Texas companies. To qualify, companies must meet a variety of criteria based on sales, location, credit report, character and more.
Rankings for the 2016 Dallas 100 will be revealed at the awards gala on Tuesday, Nov. 29, at the Omni Dallas Hotel.
To find out how we can help you make software make sense in 2017 and beyond, contact us today.
How do companies digitally transform themselves to better engage their customers? In this interview, projekt202 Digital Transformation Officer Kevin Green takes an expert look at the ways companies like Under Armour, IBM and GE are successfully expanding their visions and business capabilities.
Watch as 10 of projekt202's experts share insights on design systems, lean UX, customer experience strategy, ethnographic research, usability and validation testing, UX design and development, improving ROI, and enterprise software design.
From client successes and industry awards to new partnerships and community initiatives, projekt202 was on a roll in 2016. Here are some of the highlights from projekt202 in 2016.
Get your free copy of our book, Designing Software for People: Application Development in the Experience Age. It showcases how projekt202's user-observation approach drives improved UX for some of the world’s leading brands and creates enhanced digital experiences across their businesses.
What if your vision for creating the ultimate customer experience isn't exactly 20/20? In this new Thought Leadership video, projekt202 Chairman and CEO David Lancashire provides clarity on better understanding your customers' journeys and using that eye-opening data to drive your business to new heights.
In this fresh episode of projekt202’s Thought Leadership video series, Chairman and CEO David Lancashire recalls the moment he saw user experience (UX) through a brand-new lens, plus the person who redefined the power of user observations.
In this new podcast, projekt202 Chairman and CEO David Lancashire discusses the methodology behind qualitative research, and the power of observations that reveal customers' wants, needs and emotional connections with a company's products, services or brand.
Over the next few years, many advancements in technology will unfold and dramatically shift our behavior and expectations in society. Just look at the IoT, the Industrial Internet, autonomous driving and flying, virtual and augmented reality, wearable devices, biometrics sensors and implants, among others. It is on us to bring these things together in a meaningful way. Welcome to the Experience of Things.