Businesses trying to improve customer experiences must also empower their employees with digital tools that help them meet and exceed customer expectations. Poorly designed enterprise software not only impacts productivity and talent retention within organizations, but ultimately affects interactions with customers as well. frog helps clients bring human-centered design to the digital tools they use everyday.
frog’s design, strategy and technology teams research, conceptualize, build, and implement increasingly sophisticated software tools. People expect intuitive, thoughtful interactions with digital applications, and we work to advance that experience for professionals in a wide range of industries.
At frog we always design for human needs and behaviors, whether for a client’s customers or their employees. By leveraging technologies like natural user interfaces, big data visualization, and sensor-enabled solutions, our work improves productivity and collaboration, while enabling creativity and innovation.
Having accurate, real-time data can be extremely powerful. From alerts about changes in live sales information, to tracking climate-controlled shipping containers traveling around the world, frog designs tools and services that keep information organized and useful. We help businesses handle the complex issues involved in managing data, so users can focus on finding and understanding the facts that matter.
Digital collaboration tools are becoming mainstream as businesses continue to employ global teams. frog makes those tools more intelligent and intuitive, bringing organizations together around the kind of impactful interactions that can move markets and transform businesses.
Our work fundamentally changes the way businesses and industries operate, creating measurable value for our clients, end users and society. Talk to our business development team about working with frog.
Implementing a comprehensive UX strategy across GE software and design.
In the future, technology will redefine what we call work.
Understanding human energy management as a key performance indicator.
We actively engage in conversations at the intersection of design, technology and business. Contact us with interview and speaking requests.
“The world keeps changing. People do not work in the same ways they did 20 years ago with respect to the kind of tools they bring to work, where they like to work, what hours they like to work, what motivates them, and so on. You can't make assumptions based on your own habits and your own guesses, and then expect to build a tool that will be meaningful and effective for people. That is why, in the workforce, it is important to bring good design processes to the table.”