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  • Jul 28, 2016 by Brandon

    The Triforce of UX: Part 3- Humility

    In the final installment of this three-part series Brandon discusses why he believes Humility is one of the three most important aspects of a good UX Designer, and three questions to ask to discover if you or your candidate has it.

  • Jul 14, 2016 by Brandon

    The Triforce of UX: Part 2- Curiosity

    In part two of this three-part series Brandon discusses why he believes Curiosity is one of the three most important aspects of a good UX Designer, and three questions to ask to discover if you or your candidate has it.

  • Jun 16, 2016 by Brandon

    The Triforce of UX: Part 1- Empathy

    In each part of this three-part series Brandon discusses why he believes Empathy, Curiosity, and Humility are the three most important aspects of a good UX Designer, and three questions to ask to discover if you or your candidate matches these qualities.

  • Jun 02, 2016 by Erika - Employee Spotlight

    Spotlight: Jon Campos

    Jon Campos is a Principal Architect for Precocity and has been an employee for 8 years.

  • May 19, 2016 by Jon

    The Power of the Prototype

    Every project, every application, every idea, has one trick. Trick, in this case, being defined as that one thing that makes it different from all of the other projects, applications, and ideas that have come before it. When working on a new project with a client, or internally, the first questions to come up are always: How long will it take? How much will it cost?

  • May 12, 2016 by Erika

    Video: ZipTie FAQ

    In this video, Barry Farah and Carter Bradford answer frequently asked questions about ZipTie. ZipTie is Precocity's big data accelerator.

  • May 05, 2016 by Erika - Employee Spotlight

    Spotlight: Carter Bradford

    Carter Bradford is Precocity’s VP of Consulting Services. Prior to joining the staff, Carter was the CEO and founder of Bradford Consulting for 13 years.

  • Apr 21, 2016 by Carter

    How to Kill a Big Data Project in 10 Easy Steps: Part 2

    Last week in Part 1, we looked at some of the technical reasons why big data projects fail. In Part 2, we shift the focus to the most common process and people challenges.

  • Apr 14, 2016 by Carter

    How to Kill a Big Data Project in 10 Easy Steps: Part 1

    It is a well-known statistic that a large percentage of big data projects fail to deliver the results originally promised in their charters. This occurs in spite of “big data” being an almost universal bullet point on a CIOs’ lists of strategic initiatives. Part 1 of this post explores some of the technical reasons for the failure of advanced analytics projects while Part 2 will focus on the process and people challenges.

  • Apr 07, 2016 by Erika - Employee Spotlight

    Spotlight: Charlie Pratt

    Charlie Pratt is a Senior Art Director for Precocity. He has been working with our clients since 2013 and his talents are often utilized over multiple projects at one time.