projekt202 is consistently recognized as a Top Place to Work and ranked in the Inc. 5000 and Dallas 100 lists of fastest-growing private companies. Those honors reflect our own recognition that the success of our company begins with the success of our employees.
What's it like to work at projekt202? Take a look behind the scenes with the following articles:
At projekt202, we recognize and appreciate that our talented professionals have made us their employer of choice, and are proud to offer these career benefits.
On International Women's Day, projekt202 celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, and our leadership by example on gender parity in the tech industry.
What's it take to work in program management at projekt202? Senior Program Manager Jessica Dolson provides a behind-the-scenes look.
Sr. Developer Sean Malone and Developer Tania Simpson share their insights on being part of the projekt202 development team.
projekt202 Senior Recruiter Jenny Szakonyi shares 10 tips to make your LinkedIn profile stand out from the crowd.
Senior Experience Strategist Shannon Graf and User Experience Researcher Cason Swindle provide a look at the work of projekt202's Experience Strategy and Insight (ESI) team.
projekt202 Senior UX Designers Kim Harris and Charlie Trotter share what it's like to work at one of the leading software design and development companies.
At projekt202, we support career development among our diverse team of professionals. Employees are actively encouraged to take on new roles and responsibilities that allow them to grow in their professions; use their full strengths and talents; and embrace their professional passions.
projekt202 VP of Talent Management Karen King shares five tips on creating a workplace that successfully bridges the generations.
Coined in 1978 by clinical psychologists Pauline R. Clance and Suzanne Imes, Impostor Syndrome refers to high-achievers who are unable to genuinely accept their accomplishments, attributing them instead to luck, coincidence or some other intangible. It’s a pressure that particularly bears down on the technology community. In this interview, Senior UX Designer Kim Harris explores this surprisingly common syndrome, her personal experience with it, and helpful advice for conquering it.
projekt202 is the leader in experience-driven software design and development. We are passionate about improving the experiences that people have with enterprise and consumer digital touchpoints.