One of the world leaders in server/cloud infrastructure hardware turned to projekt202, the leader in software design and development, when it needed superior UX.
A top tech provider to the global travel industry relied on projekt202 to map out and implement a successful new software strategy.
projekt202 helped a global CEO network deliver a much-improved web app for its 24,000+ members in 130 countries.
For a ridesharing startup, the road to success started with the research, design and development experts at projekt202.
When an educational software company’s key product -- used by more than 1,200 educational institutions worldwide -- needed an update, projekt202 was up to the test.
A major screening services company turned to projekt202 to deliver complex, customized software within a tight deadline while also meeting strict federal compliance requirements.
Coherent – one of the world’s leading photonics manufacturers and innovators – wanted to expand the capabilities of its cutting-edge LabMax-Pro software by offering it on iOS and Android tablets. The company engaged projekt202, a Xamarin Premier Partner, to deliver the mobile app, which would provide more freedom and flexibility to Coherent’s users in their lab environments.
A leading U.S. home improvement retail company turned to projekt202 for a new, holistic way to interact with customers. This new interaction empowered DIY customers to start their home improvement projects by providing unique design tools, in-store product selection and expert style advice.
For a home loans business unit that needed a turnaround, projekt202 provided the necessary insight, strategy, design and development skills to fuel a transformation. The previously underperforming digital channel grew to providing 75% of the traffic that results in conversions.
One of the world’s top technology and hardware development companies needed consistency across its enterprise suite of over 80 applications. A streamlined enterprise design language, uniform navigation and standard product guidelines were essential.