You’re not solving a problem if you’re not acknowledging the core. Most problems are systematic and a result of broken foundations. It's unlikely for us to completely or at all change core elements of a problem, but we can always begin to carve away at it. If we don't, then it’s actually an exploitative measure disguised as a solution, which is contrary to true user-friendliness. A “better experience,” whether that is a product or a service, requires better systems and even more solid foundations. Let's start there!
We began a DesignOp initiative focused on building assets for design team scalability, consistency, and education.
After Lessonly's acquisition, we needed a vision for how to rebuild the Skills, Lessonly, and Seismic apps into one.
Lessonly saw a market for better skills management on sale and customer service teams, so we build a new app!
Selection of MVPs for companies designed in collaboration with large-scale organizations.
We are currently solving big problems in the financial space 💸 more to come!
Upcoming June 2024