Last week, Anders Jeppsson, the head of Syntronic’s UX/Mobile/Full-stack Design Studio presented at Ottawa’s IEEE Lunch & Learn event about “Collaborative UX/UI” and challenges of designing advanced user-centric products in a connected world. He provided insights on effective collaboration between multiple hardware and software teams, managing cross-functional teams, challenges of hardware companies transitioning to software companies entering IoT market, and working with remote teams.
In the last 12 months Anders’ team has grown into a large Design Studio with experienced UX designers and software developers. The team is currently working on both Native (iOS / Android) and Hybrid Mobile Apps as well as web, databases, dashboards, machine learning and big data analytics projects. The team is uniquely positioned being part of a global engineering design house with access to additional software and hardware teams at Syntronic both in Canada and globally.
Syntronic uses a UX centric product development approach to help clients develop connected products that are engaging, responsive, and attuned to users’ needs and wants. A well-designed mobile app can enable an ongoing connection between a company and their customers and offer products a competitive advantage by increasing customer engagement, improving customer service and helping build brand loyalty.
To learn more, you can register for the IoT Ottawa Meetup on February 20th and hear Anders lead the session on “Mobile UX for IoT: App Development for Stronger Customer Relationships” or schedule a 1:1 chat over a cup of coffee to discuss your project needs by contacting Anders Jeppsson on LinkedIn.
Syntronic is a leading design house specializing in advanced product and systems development, production and aftermarket services. Among our customers and partners are some of the world’s most technology intensive businesses and organizations in sectors such as telecom, automotive, defence, industrial and medtech.