GM wanted to improve the way they designed and built Human Machine Interfaces (HMI) for In-Vehicle-Infotainment system.
The legacy process included the drafting of an over 1000-page specification that was sent to multiple suppliers for different world-wide markets. This process led to higher costs as well as usability and quality problems.Know More
Stanford needed a design and development partner that could assist them in creating new solutions that service their students and employees. Existing systems were perceived as hard to use, with information difficult to find. The goal was to make these systems more accessible both on the web and via mobile and tablet devices to serve this highly mobile audience.
Customized Communication’s health care division wanted to be able to deliver their award winning content to patients and instructors on mobile and tablet platforms, providing patients a differentiated, personalized patient information delivery capability.Know More