Successful collaboration requires great two-way communication. That sentiment is core to our product design philosophy here at Chariot Solutions. A critical part of our job is to help balance client and user needs against a project’s budget and technology realities. This is especially true when building a minimum viable product (MVP). If budget and technology … Read More
Your product roadmap requires a Goldilocks strategy: too flexible, and you’ll never make progress. Too rigid, and your product could fizzle out.
Developer Poll There is a lot of discussion about the value of design for end-users, and lately even about how companies utilize design to tackle challenges and achieve goals. However, there’s less out there about the impact that design can have for the rest of the team producing the product, specifically the engineers who are … Read More
Check out our YouTube playlist to watch all the talks from Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise 2020. Abstract What kind of surgery does it take to integrate evidence-based, multidisciplinary innovation into your software development lifecycle, and what are the tangible benefits to teams? Whether your organization has no design function, treats design as a centralized … Read More
Design in business is awesome and often misunderstood There are countless benefits of investing in design for digital products, from solving the right problems to increasing customer spending. Companies like Apple have proven design’s importance to success and market value, but that’s not enough for many companies. Unlike sales or marketing, seeing direct numbers tied … Read More
While users don’t think a whole lot about underlying software design, it’s an essential part of getting the customer experience right. Listen to our interview with Pete Fleming, Head of UX at Chariot Solutions.
Optimizing wireframes is worth the effort because it will save time in the long run, and better facilitate the implementation to meet the vision.
Joining a project after it has already started is no easy task, especially when the project is launching a complicated enterprise application with a short deadline.
Designing for accessibility not only helps those with special needs, but when done properly, it enriches the experience for everyone.