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projekt202's Year in Review 2016

projekt202's Year in Review 2016

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.

projekt202’s HQ Expansion Reflects Another Solid Season of Growth

projekt202’s HQ Expansion Reflects Another Solid Season of Growth

projekt202, a leading designer and developer of software applications, today announced the expansion of its headquarters to accommodate continuing client and staff growth. The offices are located at 5080 Spectrum Drive, near Belt Line Road and the Dallas North Tollway in Addison. The expansion will help projekt202 support its client roster and build upon its current staff through jobs in software design and development, research, project management, and business development.

Tech Pros Match Wits at Digital Fight Club Aug. 24

Tech Pros Match Wits at Digital Fight Club Aug. 24

As Presenting Sponsor of Digital Dallas, projekt202 is pumped up for the next main event, Digital Fight Club on Wednesday, Aug. 24. At Digital Fight Club, 10 of Dallas' sharpest tech minds will match wits on the hottest topics in digital technology today.

Front Porch Conference on July 19 is Newest Development in Austin’s Tech Scene

Front Porch Conference on July 19 is Newest Development in Austin’s Tech Scene

projekt202 is bringing an exciting new development to Austin’s tech community on July 19 with Front Porch: The Conference for Web Developers. Front Porch focuses on front-end development, and the workflow and technologies used to successfully deliver great user experience (UX).

Bringing UX Issues to Light in New "Expose UX"

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projekt202's Senior UX Designer Chelsea Maxwell and Vice President of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson share their expertise in an illuminating new episode of "Expose UX," a TV show devoted to identifying user experience (UX) issues and solutions.

The latest episode shines a spotlight on Openbrite, whose modular LEDgoes products allow businesses to create programmable LED marquee displays of any size, shape, color and speed. However, its creators are struggling to clearly pinpoint their key audiences.

Along with fellow UX expert James Helms, Chelsea and Jeremy open up with their own bright advice on the importance of targeting exact users. Watch the new episode now.

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