ServiceNow doubles down on customer experience design with acquisition of Telepathy


Telepathy

Great design has dramatically changed how we interact with technology in our personal lives. It is as important as the underlying program and computing power. Design focuses technology into cohesive, coherent and compelling user experiences that create joy, engagement and new ways of doing things. Think of the beauty of the design itself (the iPhone), or simplicity of use (the Uber app), or how you drive home (Waze). Great technology combined with awesome design transform user experiences.

As ServiceNow continues our journey to be the company that makes work easier, today we are thrilled to announce the acquisition of Telepathy . They are a San Diego-based design studio with an amazing design team that dramatically enhances our commitment to delivering great design and consumer-like experiences in our products and ServiceNow Platform.

To learn more about Telepathy and the ServiceNow acquisition of the company, please read the blog post from the founder of Telepathy, Chuck Longanecker.

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