Some of our strategists and designers touch on what they found most valuable at this year’s Service Design Canada conference.
In part 2 of our ‘Living Our Values’ mini-series, Deniz Berrak explores what the core value, “Embrace Change”, means to her
In part 1 of our ‘Living Our Values’ mini-series, Deniz Berrak explores what the core value, “Think Big”, means to her at Architech and beyond.
You’ve likely heard the buzzword, ‘DevOps’, tossed around — boasting higher quality code, faster time to market, and continuous innovation. But, is DevOps for every team and organization?
Since machine learning is relatively new in the financial services space, business leaders must take a fail-forward approach, embracing the notion that not every data initiative will be a knockout success.
It is my current theory that admitting weakness is a sign of great strength. In our industry, we’ve seen this a number of times.
AI is here, and it’s changing the way that we interact with technology on a daily basis. Most of the time, we don’t even realize when it’s happening.
Throughout my professional career, I’ve always been intrigued by the habits and behaviours of successful people. What sets them apart? What moves them to action? What motivates their decision making?
These days, one size no longer fits all. Nowhere does this sentiment resonate more so than in marketing. As consumers have become better informed and more selective than ever before, content has become the key to staying relevant without adding additional resources and budget.
Creating custom software solutions since 2004, Architech has placed on Canada’s PROFIT list five years in a row and has been named among the Top 10 Best of The Best Professional Services Organizations in North America.
We taught the girls about creative strategy, the importance of accessible design, and how to account for different user needs.
In honour of the Summer 2016 Olympics in Rio, we’ve taken the opportunity to celebrate our Team Canada athletes in a pretty unique way…
It’s easy to get lost in the task-based existence of our overloaded calendars and never-ending client calls, and it took some hard news to reflect back and ask myself why I’m here. But in doing so, I’ve realized that it was just what I needed to gain context.
We recently helped a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) use machine intelligence to inform the design of an entirely new system. During our analysis we used the data to understand if there were predictive qualities in the numbers.
Have you ever thought about designing a really big digital system? Like, really big?