Log in to like this post! Do you know a non-profit needing help? Apply today to be Infragistics' next pro bono UX project! Infragistics Team / Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Here at Infragistics, we take pride in our team of UX and UI development experts. Our Consulting Team has worked with customers across a wide variety of verticals and business challenges to design and build useful, usable, beautiful and maintainable software products. However, in addition to our consulting work, we also like to give back to the community. Last year, our UX team worked with the Center for America, a non-profit organization that helps companies hire veterans. As part of a six-month effort to redesign and rebrand the Center for America website, the team from Infragistics improved the information architecture and usability, incorporated new functionality, and created a striking visual design language. As a result, Center for America President Steve Nowlan said: "I’m really delighted with the design. All of your conscientious and creative work is culminating in a website design that is going to be very well received and give our stakeholder group much better access to the resources we offer." Can Infragistics help your non-profit? In the past, we have helped charitable organizations update their systems, modernize their user interface, and more – all free of charge – and we’d like to help you next! If your charitable organization is ready for a transformation or your customer experience is due for an overhaul, we want to hear from you. This offer is valid for organizations that help others and need help themselves with a website, software, or data visualization. If this sounds like you and you’d like to partner with us, drop us a line at email@example.com by February 23, and a member of our Consulting Team will get back to you. Please include: Name of organization What community you serve What you do for that community What project do you have that you think we can help with? Contact information We look forward to working with you soon!