Whether you are well-versed in UX Design or new to the field, you have likely heard the term “wireframe.” A wireframe is a low-fidelity visual…
The Design offering from Bocoup was sunset in August 2017. We're maintaining this page as an archive of work from the team.
The Design team transformed Bocoup into a user-centered company, and left an indelible mark on our organization. During their tenure, the team created numerous tools and workshops to lead our engineering team and our customers through successful design projects. The team created accessible solutions to actual problems, and achingly beautiful interfaces.
We are very proud of the teams work, and excited to see them carry forward our shared values in their new roles. You can read about Bocoup's new direction here.
Our Past Design Work
Pombot | Bocoup
As we are often on teams that are not co-located, our product team had first hand experience with the communication challenges involved in synchronous or even asynchronous remote collaboration. We wanted a way to share what we were working on and feel like we were in the same space as each other (even if that just meant headspace).Learn more About Designing for remote collaboration
HBR Website Architecture | Harvard Business Review
Bocoup focused on boosting mobile performance and stability for the new and award wining redesign of HBR.org.Learn more About Improving UX & Performance with Responsive Architecture
Open Design Kit |
Bocoup conceived of and implemented this open source project to explain how to incorporate distributed design principles and methods into a design practice.Learn more About Methods for doing distributed design
Assisting Family Planning Clinic Managers to Track and Drive Service Improvements with a Clinic Efficiency Dashboard
JSI Clinic Efficiency Dashboard | JSI Research & Training Institute
Bocoup worked with JSI to design and build a WordPress-powered application to empower family planning clinic and service site managers to transform their quality improvement metrics into insights and actionable data. The resulting web application enables clinics to improve efficiency while providing more informed, higher quality service for their patients.Learn more About Assisting Family Planning Clinic Managers to Track and Drive Service Improvements with a Clinic Efficiency Dashboard
Voyager | University of Washington Interactive Data Lab
The Bocoup Data Visualization team collaborated with the Interactive Data Lab at the University of Washington to make custom exploration and analysis of data more accessible to a wider audience with Voyager, a visualization browser for open-ended data exploration.Learn more About Making data exploration and visual analysis more accessible with Voyager
Measurement Lab | New America
Bocoup worked with Measurement Lab, a partnership between New America’s Open Technology Institute, Google Open Source Research, Princeton University’s PlanetLab and other supporting partners, to transform, visualize and broaden access to the results of hundreds of millions of network diagnostic tests from around the globe.Learn more About Processing, analyzing and visualizing 800,000,000+ speed tests.
Responsive Family Planning Dashboard | JSI Research & Training Institute
JSI worked with Bocoup to develop and ship this dashboard to help Title X grantees keep track of progress across a core set of metrics while keeping data anonymized, relevant, and accessible.Learn more About Making Health Data Actionable
Council for Economic Education, Learning Activities | Council for Economic Education
We worked with the Council for Economic Education to build interactive classroom activities around economic concepts. These enhanced activities are designed to allow teachers to make better use of instructional time, help students to explore cause-and-effect relationships between variables, and increase collaboration and active learning.Learn more About Building tangible interactive classroom activities to support economics education
OpenVis Conf Design | Bocoup
The Bocoup design team established an original and evocative visual vocabulary and branding that appeal to a discerning audience of data visualization practitioners. The team designed a versatile logo, look-and-feel, creative swag, and interactive experiences to highlight the unique elements of each iteration of OpenVis Conf. Design has helped OpenVis Conf grow and evolve each year as a conference known for creative, thoughtful exploration of the frontiers of open data visualization.Learn more About Evoking Open Data Visualization through Visual Branding
Recent from the Blog
Today, we are pleased to announce Open Design Kit - a collection of remixable methods designed to support creativity and problem solving within the context…
Designing in a vacuum is challenging. It’s more than challenging - it’s hard, painful, sad, depressing, defeating, pointless, infuriating, lonely - you get my point?…
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