Serving customers doesn't have to be a mystery. Building a robust tool to ensure that customers receive notifications on the service they are receiving, and collecting data on that customer support to improve it in the future, takes the guess work out of customer service.
This project allowed us to work with clients and end users who want to serve others, and to create a resource to help them do what they do best.
The California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative (CMQCC) came to us with an ambitious goal: create a blended classroom for the busy audience of healthcare workers, with a focus on engaging millennial learners. They wanted to teach the critical clinical and professional communication skills required for bedside nurses, and other healthcare professionals, to appropriately, compassionately, and expertly care for women in labor at their hospitals.
The Center for Automotive Research at Stanford (CARS) was creating a site using the standard sites.stanford.edu platform, but they wanted a more advanced image gallery and data library to better showcase their work. We were ready to drive!
This website creates scattergrams to report clinical hearing data that meets minimum reporting standards in three clicks—upload, submit, download.
We are committed to make http://siepr.stanford.edu/ a perfect tool that supports SIEPR mission by providing information architecture and visual design that guides visitors to their destination with ease and pleasure.
In the uncharted frontier of MOOCs, anything was possible. Here's our story of creating a virtual classroom in the early days of online courses.
All research centers need good websites. It's the easiest way to share their findings—findings that otherwise might get buried in some library archive where students, colleagues, and the organizations that sponsored them have trouble getting to them.
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