projekt202 is proud to host an office tour to give design students a behind-the-scenes look into the daily work lives of our creative professionals. The tour will be held in conjunction with the Dallas Society of Visual Communications (DSVC), sponsors of this year’s National Student Show and Conference (NSSC) on March 28 - 30 in Dallas.
John Keese Presents "Animation: The Fine Line Between Intuitive and Distracting" @ DSVC National Student Show
It’s time to get animated as projekt202 Experience Architect John Keese presents valuable tips and tricks to enable quick animation prototyping and assure easy dev handoff.
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.
Design Thinking is a human-centered approach that finds solutions for businesses and its customers through proven processes. It emphasizes empathy building, solving for a need, story-based ideation and validating potential solutions. Through the design thinking process, we are able to learn about users, discover opportunities, solve problems or meet needs, and test their assumptions.
Nicholette Daniel will be sharing some ways to use Slack to help teams work better, together. There will be an opportunity for user group members to discuss their favorite Slack tips and tricks, too.
projekt202 Senior Experience Director Josh Christopher will discuss the symmetry of design at this month’s Creative Mornings meetup. The presentation takes place Feb. 22; tickets are available starting Feb. 18.
projekt202 Austin team members David Rodriguez, Jess Moss, Mani Karusala and Qian Li will participate in the Creative Jam, hosted by the Adobe Creative Cloud team at Gather Venue Monroe. The Feb. 21 Creative Jam will focus on UI/UX design in a two-part experience that recognizes and celebrates creativity.
projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson will speak at the Waypoint 2019 Conference in Dallas Feb. 20.
projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson will present "Is UX Design a Friend or a Foe?" at Puget Sound World Usability Day on Thursday, Nov. 8. Jeremy’s discussion will highlight examples of good vs. evil UX, so you know what to avoid in the future.
projekt202 is proud to sponsor Puget Sound World Usability Day on Thursday, Nov. 8. This year’s theme revolves around the beneficial effects and impacts of better design and user experience (UX).
projekt202 VP of CX Jeremy Johnson moderates the “Embedded and Embattled: Getting Your Organization to Care About the Experience from the Inside Out” panel at the 2018 Seattle Interactive Conference (SIC) on Oct. 17.
In many industries, the revenue of the company is predicated on how quickly recruiting can fill the roles. The speaker will share 10 easy-to-implement steps for fast-tracking your recruiting process and actual data on how this process is working for her team to help you recruit like a rock star.
Come participate in a powerful panel discussion on how Dallas has empowered Diversity and Inclusion in Design and where we are headed.
We're inviting a cross section of the city, from industry veterans to new design students, to come make your voices heard and to listen to one another.
In this talk on the final day of Big Design 2018, projekt202's Vice President of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson will expertly illustrate how to ensure you connect customer insights to tactical projects, through design, to launch.
projekt202 Principal Experience Researcher Kelly Moran provides an informational look at the role of ethics in user experience. Kelly’s presentation takes place on Sept. 21, Day 2 of Big Design.
Sr. UX Designer John Keese presents valuable tips and tricks to enable quick animation prototyping and assure easy dev handoff.
Joe Dyer Presents "Scientific Underpinnings of UX Research - Model the Scientific Method" @ Big Design
In his Big Design presentation, Joe Dyer, projekt202 Director of Experience Strategy & Insight (ESI), will provide insights into behavioral science and its applications in UX research.
Chelsea Soprano & Josh Christopher Present "Crafting a Design Challenge for Evaluating UX Candidates" @ Big Design
UX designers are in demand, with more and more people entering the field every day. In their Big Design presentation, projekt202’s Josh Christopher, UX Creative Director, and Chelsea Soprano, Experience Architect, showcase the way to ensure your UX candidates rise to the challenge.
Looking for practice with in-depth user-experience research methods? You may have read about techniques in the past, but methods must be practiced to be understood. projekt202 has been employing these methodologies with great success since 2003. This workshop is your opportunity to try these tools in a structured environment without pressing deadlines or looming stakeholders. Our experienced research and design professionals will share industry tips and tricks that will help you put theory to practice.
The workshop will be hands-on and interactive; instructional elements will be reinforced with stories of impact to real projects. We will not only cover methods of gathering user data, but the importance of spending time internalizing and analyzing the data through activities such as affinity diagramming. Participants will gain exposure to these important practices in a low-pressure atmosphere and with the guidance of experienced professionals.
In this fun, fast-paced, hands-on workshop, you’ll learn the Design Sprint directly from its creator. Jake will rapidly lead you through the process, teaching how the various steps fit together and why and how they work. You’ll get tips and tricks beyond the Sprint book, and you’ll learn how to incorporate these techniques into normal meetings. Jake will give your team a new way of looking at business challenges and the confidence to approach those challenges with renewed energy and optimism. You'll laugh. You'll high five. You'll learn ridiculously useful skills.
projekt202's Andre Sugai and Zachary Watts will be featured at the diversiTECH Hiring Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 15, in Chicago.
projekt202 VP of Customer Experience Jeremy Johnson serves as guest moderator for AMA DFW's Aug. 15 Executive Luncheon, “UX Best Practices for Digital Marketing Campaigns."
Framer is a tool that helps designers get closer to code, while abstracting a lot of the tough parts out. In this presentation, Peter Vogt will talk about how this tool has come a long way in just a couple of years, and how designers can leverage it to bring more stakeholder “wow factor” and augment their design handoff with developers.
How Deep Customer Understanding Drives Business Results
It’s common knowledge that investing in your customers brings returns. But, there are still organizations that struggle to really understand deep insights about their customers’ journeys, and how to prioritize these insights into action. projekt202 has been working with large, complex organizations over the past 15 years to help deliver improved experiences based on deep customer understanding.
projekt202 is proud to host an office tour to give design students a behind-the-scenes look into the daily work lives of our creative professionals. The tour will be held in conjunction with the Dallas Society of Visual Communications (DSVC), sponsors of this year’s National Student Show and Conference (NSSC) on April 12-14 in Dallas.
Don't miss projekt202 VP of Technology Paul Tidwell at ConveyUX 2018 in Seattle on Feb. 28. Paul will discuss the importance of choosing the right mobile app solution for your project or organization.
Kim Harris Presents "Radical Transparency: Using IA to Create an Open Organizational Culture" at World IA Day
Join projekt202 Senior UX Designer Kim Harris on Saturday, Feb. 24, at UT Dallas for an engaging World IA Day presentation on better managing workplace communication, "Radical Transparency: Using IA to Create an Open Organizational Culture."
projekt202 Principal Experience Researcher Kelly Moran will serve as mentor to students in SMU's MADI program in February.
A UX practice normally relies on understanding the problem, and empathy with the user. But, as we mature as a field, we’ve begun to ask, “Is empathy enough?” Can designers and researchers ever actually understand the user well enough to act as a proxy? How do we avoid designing bias into our systems? Does the user need representation on the design team? Would that even fix the problem, or just introduce new ones?
Join AIGA DFW as we discuss exactly those issues with a panel of designers and researchers from some of the metroplex’ most notable design teams.