Great strategies for designing and developing software begin with understanding your users. By directly observing people, we get to the heart of their wants, needs and motivations. In this compilation of articles, projekt202’s experts share insights on strategies for putting user research to work for your team and organization.
During SXSW 2019, projekt202 Austin hosted a successful experience mixer with plenty of good food, great tunes and refreshing brews. The free event highlighted projekt202’s commitment to our Austin tech community and delivering the best software experiences for companies around the world.
In his follow-up article on customer service, projekt202’s Joe Dyer discusses ways in which media and communication companies should adjust their customer service strategies to produce more positive results.
According to a report, poor customer service costs companies more than $75 billion per year. Increasingly, customer service is one of the most important aspects of a consumer’s choice. projekt202’s Joe Dyer takes a look at the ways customer service can either boost or detract from a company’s brand.
“Building a sustainable agile software process requires adjustments across your entire organization. To deliver iteratively, incrementally, and continuously, all participants in the process must be prepared to work in a way compatible with these goals,” writes projekt202’s Rob Pierry.
projekt202’s Emily Diersing, Jasmine Walker and Tania Simpson will share how research, design and development work together to create something that people fall in love with, using their practical experience working with some of the world’s biggest brands at projekt202.