Denver-based UX Agency Joins the World’s Largest Communications Services Group
“Our decision to specialize in UX was the right one, as our practice and expertise has been sought after by many of today’s leading brands wanting to improve digital interactions with their customers,” said Rebecca Flavin, CEO, EffectiveUI. “Joining WPP gives us the ability to work with network partners to leverage our leadership in digital user experience, and further our mission globally to humanize people’s interactions with technology.”
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“Fight the Famine” Action Emblem is part of the 50/50 Project to raise £1 million for Africa’s worst famine in 60 years
EffectiveUI, an award-winning user experience agency, has joined forces with 15 Million Elephants, a social enterprise focused on using technology to support the missions of non-profit organizations, to develop a digital awareness and fundraising application: the “Fight the Famine” Action Emblem. The application is part of the 50/50 Project, which called for digital agencies to create 50 projects in 50 days that would raise £1 million for famine relief in East Africa.
Check out the story in AdAge here
EffectiveUI and Boeing Hit the Hangars, Cockpits and Offices to Gain Valuable Customer Insight. With User Research Phase Complete, Customer Insight Will Drive User Experience Design in transforming Boeing’s MyBoeingFleet customer portal.
The companies are sharing examples and findings of the research portion of the project in a session titled, “How Customer Insight and Ethnographic Research Drive Customer Experience Strategy” today at the Forrester Customer Experience Forum in New York.
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“Because the commercial real estate industry lends itself to mobility, Jones Lang LaSalle wanted to provide the same rich information available on its website via a mobile application to make it easier for people to find company details and industry research quickly while in the field, without having to boot up a laptop.”
HTML5, Microsoft Silverlight and motion graphics make the online experience engaging, accessible
“It’s inspiring to see government agencies taking user experience seriously,” said Anthony Franco, president, EffectiveUI. “The Blue Angels invoke great emotion through their air shows – by successfully translating that experience online and using a wide-encompassing technology, the organization will be able to reach many more people in a truly engaging way.”