We are delighted that our ‘Designing for Virality‘ article has been featured in online magazine, Curaqion. Curaqion is dedicated to publishing ‘high quality answers from fascinating topics and questions on Quora.’ You can find the article here.Read More
The latest project for Worklogistics principle, Stephan Orme is Google’s open-source Governance, Risk and Compliance platform. Stephan is the product designer and architect for the project. The Google GRC platform is designed to manage Google’s global regulatory compliance and risk assessment processes.Read More
Sez.Me used Worklogistics to focus and refine their product design process for their flagship product. Over several sessions, Worklogistics led a product design process that resulted in a more focused engineering effort. Stay tuned for exciting things from Sez.Me!Read More
We are delighted to announce a product design / development contract with Change.Org. Though Change.Org has their own in-house development team, they used Worklogistics to design, manage and execute a redesign of a secondary web property. This allowed Change.org to remain focused on their core mission while Worklogistics handled all the details on the secondary [...]Read More
We’re delighted to announce our latest client, SunRun.
SunRun is one of the top installers of residential solar in the US with over $600 million in funding and currently operates in 9 states with over 15,000 installed systems.
SunRun chose Worklogistics to help implement their sales training program.Read More
We are pleased to be working with Gridium, a startup from the founding team behind TerraPass. Gridium is bringing sophisticated data analysis to commercial energy users.
Here’s what Adam Stein, Founder and product head at Gridium had to say about us:
“Worklogistics and their Ukrainian development partners are a pleasure to work with. They were conscientious and efficient during the requirements development phase, quickly gaining a grasp of our problem space and making welcome suggestions for ways to improve our technical approach. We found them to be well-organized, thoughtful, and best of all, fast, delivering high-quality code that met our specifications in less time than other teams we’ve worked with.”
Fascinating exploration of what motivates us at work (hint: it’s usually not incentives!) compellingly presented, if you haven’t seen Dan Pink, take a minute to check this out.Read More
Syncing the activities of many different people is one of the challenges of Agile development, this simple plan helped us coordinate development and marketing efforts.Read More