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  1. 3 Steps for Non-Designers to Give Great Visual Design Feedback

    This is a guest post by Do-Hee Kim, a long-time Exygy design partner. Do-Hee has brought a number of Exygy projects to life through outstanding visual designs. Do-Hee is a Partner and Web Designer at Shoppe Theory.  As projects enter the visual design stage, providing feedback to your design team is a critical step in…

  2. Designing for Health Equity

    In the last 15 years, we’ve experienced several substantial shifts in healthcare. We’ve seen our government playing a more active role by promoting health IT and incentivizing physicians to adopt new care models. At the same time, traditional healthcare organizations have been making sizable investments in community initiatives, like housing, to improve healthy living outside…

  3. How to Use the San Francisco Tier 3 Marketplace

    Here’s what we’ve learned about how civic agencies and tech vendors can work together, leveraging the SF Tier 3 Marketplace. Please note that the information here is based on our own experiences. This blog post is not affiliated with or commissioned by the City and County of San Francisco Office of Contract Administration. 1. How…

  4. The Collaboration We Need in Healthcare

    I believe that at its best, the health sector has a culture in which helping people live more joyful lives and thrive in healthy communities is far more important than any other business incentive. Over time, I’ve realized that collaboration across organizations, across departments, and across initiatives isn’t the status quo. With mainstream healthcare, we…

  5. 4 Tips to Make User Data Collection Delightful

    As technology gets smarter, more refined, and data driven, we’ve seen a shift from products that allow users to explore, to products that understand what users’ needs are and retrieve the exact information or recommendation for them. Organizing content for users to locate (aka information architecture) becomes less and less relevant. Now organizations are asking:…