These great organizations are helping us bring the inaugural DesignOps Summit to New York City.
|DesignMap is a user experience design consultancy specializing in solving wicked-hard problems. We apply the same level of craft to the enterprise as users expect in the consumer products they use daily. DesignMap provides research, interaction and visual design, as well as front-end development. We’ve delivered pragmatic results for companies like HP, Salesforce, Bloomberg, Docker and Aetna.||Website: designmap.com
|MURAL is a visual workspace to help you design together. Teams synthesize research, brainstorm ideas and share solutions through online collaborative whiteboards. The MURAL experience is both playful and productive, helping organizations scale their design practice.||Website: mural.co
|UXPin is a full-stack UX design platform for the enterprise. Design, document, validate, and implement product concepts. In one place – together. Go beyond prototyping and centralize your UX practice.||Website: uxpin.com
|InVision is the world’s leading product design collaboration platform. We empower teams of all sizes to prototype, review, iterate, manage and test web and mobile products—all without a single line of code. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in New York City, InVision helps millions of designers at companies like Disney, Netflix and Twitter unlock the power of design-driven product development. Visit us at https://www.invisionapp.com/.||Website: invisionapp.com
|Optimal Workshop is a user research platform that makes life easier for anyone trying to design things better. Their tree testing, card sorting, first-click, survey and qualitative research tools enable organisations, big and small, to test, benchmark and make evidence-based design decisions.||Website: optimalworkshop.com
|XPLANE is a design consultancy focused on organizational strategy, activation, and performance. By leveraging visual thinking, people-centered design, and co-creation XPLANE helps clients clarify and navigate complexity.||Website: xplane.com