In part III of our COVID-19 series, we aim to provide examples of companies and individuals using their tech skills to solve big problems.
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In the hopes of spreading cheer, not fear, during these trying times Mission Data has compiled a list positive stories pertaining to COVID-19.
We know user testing is important to the success of a design- but what if we’re unable to conduct a formal test? Let’s explore alternatives!
In this article we explore the pitfalls that often plague Quality Assurance Analysts when leveraging End-To-End testing, and how to avoid them.
A design methodology that helps narrow down requirements and ensure the right problems are solved before getting to the design phase of a project.
Mission Data has a DC office in addition to our Louisville headquarters, and it turns out we’re in good company as a tech firm in the DMV. Boosted by the news that tech giant Amazon is moving its HQ2 to Northern Virginia, the Greater DC region is an exciting place to be for tech professionals.
Members of the Mission Data team have attended the annual South by Southwest (SXSW) conference for over a decade now. Each spring, we head to Austin to see which industry trends have gone mainstream, and learn where emerging tech might be heading.
Most people that get into the field of design don’t expect to live a static existence. Our jobs change as often as the technology that we design for; which is to say it changes frequently.
So what does the future of user experience design look like? In this year alone, expect to see new careers and changes in desired skills, the tools we use, and the way we work with others.
As another SXSW Interactive quickly approaches, Mission Data’s team has curated a collection of the panels, talks, and experiences that are piquing our interest this year. With themes focused on artificial intelligence, mixed reality, Internet of Things, blockchain, food, cannabis, and workforce—just to name a few—this year’s tech mecca looks to be another educational and invigorating conference.