A Few of The Organizations We Have Helped
We have helped start-ups, government agencies, nonprofits, and Fortune 100 companies. How can we help you?
Understanding the User’s Experience for Better Development
Cisco is the world leader in the design and production of the networking equipment that makes the Internet possible. They approached us to train a team of enterprise software developers in experience design to help improve product decisions. We trained staff in multiple locations, creating a consistent understanding of what quality design means and why it is imperative for successful products.
Creating Consistent Design for the Modern Web
IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Their members maintain dozens of independent Web sites, and the organization needed to bring some consistency in design while also providing information on the latest responsive Web design techniques. We worked with them to develop a comprehensive responsive web design style guide, helped update their global style guide, and provided in house training for their developers.
The CranfordTeague Group's ability to take concepts and ideas and relate them to a specific audience is a special gift…
— Pete Erikson, MoDev
Answering Questions On the Go
JustAnswer provides an online service that allows anyone to quickly ask experts questions 24/7. Recognizing the mobile market would be crucial, they approached us to evaluate their site’s responsive web design to ensure it was as usable as possible. We provided a detailed analysis and report, helping them make changes to improve the quality of their product.
Improving Information Design to Improve Trust
Symantec is the leader in cyber security with products trusted by major corporations worldwide. Their Data Loss Prevention development team needed help understanding modern techniques for displaying data that users can understand, rely on, and trust. We provided a multi-day training session, teaching them the importance of visual design, where and when to use different data display techniques, and how to make sure to keep the user’s trust.
We can't say enough good about [The CranfordTeague Group's] professionalism and the tremendous quality of the Web design strategy.
— David Knight, XPrize Foundation
Designing Better Prototypes for Government
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) is the federal agency for granting U.S. patents and registering trademarks. Their user experience team needed advanced training to keep its skills up-to-date with the rapid changes in the web development industry. We spent several days working with them to develop the right program, and then held classes for over a dozen students, getting them up to speed on current web technologies and modern prototyping techniques.
Working with Agile Teams to Create Faster Workflows
USA Today is the widest circulated print newspaper in the United States, with over 1.5 million daily copies. We worked closely with their content management development team on creating a next generation system, leveraging the latest techniques in Lean UX, Temporal Design Thinking, and Temporal Prototyping.
Ask Jason anything about building and designing for the web and he will probably be able to give you the history of the problem, solutions that have been successes and failures and 10 tools to make it happen. He is clearly passionate about learning.
— Brian Price, USAToday
And Many More…
Members of The CranfordTeague Group have helped a variety of organizations of all sizes from small non-profits to fortune 100 companies — including Virgin, Coke, The Aspen Institute, The USDA, The EPA, and WebMD — to communicate more effectively with their audiences and improve the user's experience.