2014 User Experience Awards

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A design-driven planning solution to better manage your business, teams and projects.



10,000ft was built by a team of designers and software developers to accommodate the rise of the creative thinker: the modern problem solver who is motivated by getting things done, masterfully. Creative thinkers collaborate with others on a shared goal, but with no clear path to get there. That’s where the creativity comes in. We recognize that businesses today need to make strategic decisions on the fly. They are constantly adjusting the plan, reshuffling priorities, or reassigning employees, and need a way to capture the big picture of what makes their business successful. Current tools either address one aspect of the business, or focus on the tactical details, failing to provide this big picture. 10,000ft helps businesses and the creative thinkers they employ to get a big picture view of their business, teams, and projects. 10,000ft launched in June 2012 and we haven’t looked back since. We have subscribers in over 40 countries and are tracking over 100,000 projects, totaling more than 7 million hours of work.



Live Project Link: http://www.10000ft.com/

Why is this project worthy of a UX Award:

Changing social norms, new technologies and highly competitive environments demand that organizations be as dynamic as possible. They need to enable flexibility and transparency, while keeping employees engaged and motivated. 10,000ft applies design thinking to traditionally stogy resource planning in order to provide the visibility organizations and employees need to work independently, to foster creativity and to build success. Understanding and supporting the emerging new culture of work through clear design and functionality is what drives our success and makes 10,000ft worthy of a UX Award.



Submitted By: 10,000ft

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