Well-designed software affects the lives of employees and their productivity. As Senior UX Designer Charlie Trotter illustrates in this presentation, software's positive impact, in turn, can significantly beef up a company's ROI.
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.
A $60 billion retailer needs a comprehensive customer experience across all its digital channels. And they need it in only seven months. That was the challenge proposed to projekt202 and Vice President of Technology Paul Tidwell. In this interview, Paul describes how the projekt202 team worked within this tight timeframe to successfully deliver a complete and rewarding omnichannel experience.
During Austin Design Week, event participants will get an up-close and on-site look at projekt202, the leader in applying experience strategy and observational insights to the design and development of mobile, cloud, web and workplace software. projekt202 is hosting a tour of its Austin studio from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9.
What is a design system? Austin Design Week presents "Up with the System: How and Why We Build Design Systems" on Tuesday, Nov. 8. The discussion -- featuring projekt202 UX Designer Adam Zeiner -- will address the trials and tribulations of building design systems in unique environments, such as corporate, agency and startup; best practices for initiating and building a design system; and leveraging the short- and long-term benefits.
As a leader and active supporter of our tech community, projekt202 is proud to sponsor the inaugural Austin Design Week Nov. 7-11, 2016. A celebration of Austin's creative economy, the weeklong event showcases the design community's best in visual, interactive, product, industrial, architectural and civic design.
Principal UX Designer Jared Christensen writes, "The framework around projekt202’s entire product delivery process is unlike anything I’ve worked with before. Years of experience, trial and error, and road testing have formed a proven methodology for moving software projects from research through launch."
In the latest episode of projekt202’s Thought Leadership video series, Senior UX Designer Charlie Trotter takes an entertaining and informative look at Enterprise Software Design. As Charlie illustrates, effective and well-designed software affects the lives of employees. That positive impact, in turn, can significantly improve a company's ROI.