We've partnered with companies big and small to design the best user experiences.
Our team designed a mobile app for guests of the Brookfield Zoo. Our goals were to enhance the visitor experience by simplifying the admission process, showcasing attractions and events, providing learning opportunities for children and adults, and helping visitors of all abilities explore the zoo.
In 2009, Be Alright was founded by Dr. Sonia Oyola with the purpose of creating a database of resources for survivors and also help convert Chicago-area domestic violence shelters into havens of healing. To accomplish this, she gathered members of the community, family members, and friends to create a network of volunteers and a board that represents that care values and upholds the mission of this organization.
We partnered with Be Alright to rebrand and redesign the website and newsletter, using UX and UI best practices to provide meaningful impact for their organization.
- American Marketing Association
- Be Alright
- Bosch Tools
- Brookfield Zoo
- Burner Fitness
- Cancer Treatment Centers of America
- Center for Neighborhood Technology
- Chicago Architecture Foundation
- Diamond Management & Technology
- EPAY Systems
- Edelman Digital
- Food Genius
- Friends of Big Marsh
- GE Healthcare
- Gold Prairie
- Interactive Health
- International Hotel Chain
- LEAP Innovations
- Local Viewpoints
- Mayo Clinic
- NORC at the University of Chicago
- National Council of State Boards of Nursing
- NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital
- Next College Student Athlete (NCSA)
- Northwestern University
- Poetry Foundation
- Press Ganey
- Print Ninja
- Ruffalo Noel Levitz (RNL)
- Rush University Medical Center
- SAP Fieldglass
- The VING Project
- UCAN Chicago
- United Airlines
- VING Project
- Wells Fargo
Fuzzy Math was introduced to us by a trusted colleague. Although we explored our options with other vendors, we chose Fuzzy Math for the balance between their strengths in user experience research and their abilities in HTML and CSS. They had a strong willingness to work within the project framework that we were accustomed to, as opposed to imposing their own methodology.