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You understand your community’s unique needs. We understand the technology that can best meet them. Together we can build products that help people.
The Field Museum
The Field Museum is one of Chicago’s top research institutions and top tourist attractions, yet it struggled to find ways to connect with users online. So they called on us for a research project designed to identify what users wanted out of a Field Museum website.
Through surveys, interviews, user observations, modified card sorts, competitive analysis and Google Analytics and Crazy Egg tracking, we were able to turn evidence into insights for a new digital strategy. Then we designed and built a responsive website to put those ideas into action. Today we’re continuing to test and iterate on new ways to connect with users.
“The entire design process was extraordinarily well-researched — given our core mission is based in science, that’s something we recognize and appreciate.”
—Brad Dunn, Web & Digital Communications Director, The Field Museum
Participate came to us in early 2017 in the middle of merging businesses and transitioning to a product company. We were able to help them adopt an Agile mindset, establish a UX practice and weave design thinking into everything they do. The result is a 43 percent increase in active users and a 45 percent increase in satisfaction with UX for the entire product team.
“We are a 1,000 miles from where we were. The value Table XI has provided is tremendous. We knew we needed UX, but now spreading to other products in our organization. It's all encompassing. And it's exciting.”
—Lauren Hanford, Head of User Experience Design at Participate
Innovations for Learning is a nonprofit that creates software to help students learn to read. The team called on Table XI to build out functionality for their learning management application. While working together, we hit on an idea for an iPad game kids could play to improve literacy. We developed the app, and we’re currently live with 25 districts, 300 schools, 1300 classrooms, 20,000 students (and growing).
“Table XI quickly joined our team and not only achieved what we needed, but also thought critically and strategically about our goals and how to accomplish them.”
—Brian Hides, Director of IT, Innovations for Learning
WomenOnCall connects professional women with nonprofits looking for volunteers with specific skills and industry experience. In 2014, they came to us to build a platform that matched nonprofits with volunteers best-suited for their projects, powered by an algorithm crunching location, skills and interest. This year we’re planning for a redesign by understanding user behavior through analytics and user interviews.
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