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How to Make a Design System Work for Your Enterprise

By Jeff Tudor As companies shift from a project-specific mentality to a more cohesive customer experience view when it comes to their digital product offerings, design systems are playing a [...]

Performance Comparison: Java vs Node

By John Jenson If you spend much time searching the web to figure out whether Java or Node is faster, you will find plenty of people claiming that Node is faster, [...]

Selecting a JavaScript Framework? Start With the Business Considerations

By Dean Jennings The number of available JavaScript frameworks and libraries seems to increase almost daily. Each promises to address the most pressing issues facing developers in building the highly [...]

Node: A Compelling Choice for Java Developers

By John Jenson If your development background is anything like mine, then you probably think writing server side code in JavaScript is a terrible idea. JavaScript likely seems like an [...]

Why the Customer Journey is Your New Marketing Funnel

By Gary DeAsi Over the course of the past ten years or so, marketers’ focus has slid further and further down the marketing funnel and across the customer [...]

Mapping the Patient Journey: A Case Study

By Ezra Schwartz Many healthcare organizations today are focusing on understanding the patient journey, as they operate in a competitive landscape that is driven by Meaningful Use policies and [...]

8 Essential Elements of Your Agile UX Playbook [Infographic]

By Yael Alpert, Katrina Berlin Benco, and Mundi Morgado In today’s business climate, there is increased attention and urgency focused on creating and improving digital experiences. However, the absence [...]

How to Set Your Digital Strategy in Motion [Infographic]

By Andrew Foley and Frank Donofrio Larger enterprises have an extremely diverse set of challenges. For instance, the large variety of product groups and/or business units often leads to redundant and overlapping [...]

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