Good functionality makes a product useful. Good user experience makes a product enjoyable, desirable, and memorable. At Ventera, we strive to build a functional product that is attractive, intuitive, simple, and user-friendly by focusing on people as the core driver in our Agile UI/UX service. Our research and design process begins with understanding the needs and pain points of the people who will be using the product: the end-users. We interview and observe end-users to discover bottlenecks and frustrations in their daily tasks and activities, whether expressed or unnoticed. We see their challenges as our problems and their workarounds as our opportunities. From our user research, we create personas and use them to drive user story creation. We design solutions that solve real human issues and test them with actual users. From wireframes to interactive prototypes, we iteratively work with users to get feedback early and often. Ventera’s Agile UX/UI process ensures that we truly understand the end-users and can quickly incorporate changes to produce successful results.
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Ventera Wins ADELE-QRI BPA Task Order Award – Internet Quality Improvement and Evaluation System (iQIES)News
Ventera was awarded the 3-year, $42M, Internet Quality Improvement and Evaluation System (iQIES) task order under the CMS Agile Delivery to Execute Legislative Endeavors for Quality Related Initiatives (ADELE-QRI) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). We look forward to working with CMS to design and develop an innovative, user-centered, and streamlined user-experience-based integrated Internet-facing iQIES system that replaces the existing suite of QIES legacy systems. iQIES will be developed using modern development technologies and methodologies including Agile, UCD, Cloud, Open Source, and DevOps.
by Sara Neel
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