It’s easy to get wrapped up in the latest technology integrating it into the business, but the without incorporating a human element into digital transformation, the process will fall short.
Learning never goes out of style.
Join us on September 19th, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm ET, for a panel discussion on the pursuit of true enterprise innovation with Greg Dubejsky (Director of Corporate Engagement at MaRS Discovery District), Andrew Grubb (Head of Innovation at Mercer), and Mark Reisler (Senior Strategist at Architech).
On July 19th at 1PM, join Jan Scholz (Senior Data Scientist) and Molly Puddister (Senior Interaction Designer) as they explore the intersection of data and design.
Join our webinar on April 20th, from 2:00pm to 3:00pm ET, as Architech and dotCMS explain the opportunities, features, and best practices of integrating a CMS with a DMS.
Join Architech and Microsoft, on Tuesday, April 25, to learn and experience the Cortana Intelligence Suite, hands-on. During this workshop you will learn how to leverage the suite to support your data science practice and transform data into action.
While technology is driving a lot of the change, the role of designers (service designers, interaction designers, etc.) will become even more crucial in terms of solving real-world problems and addressing underlying human needs.
Heading to Techfest this year? Stop by and say ‘hi’! We’re always looking for great talent to join our crew – so be sure to come check out what we have to offer.
Some of our strategists and designers touch on what they found most valuable at this year’s Service Design Canada conference.
Azure brings a full spectrum DevOps mosaic of tools to the Enterprise environment.
Architech brings a depth of experience in the intersection of Jenkins Pipelines and Microsoft on Azure.
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.
We taught the girls about creative strategy, the importance of accessible design, and how to account for different user needs.