Design social impact into digital experiences

According to a survey by the Economist, over 75% of executives believe their companies fail to deliver on social purpose. The solution is scaling social impact and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals through digital experiences that meet the unique needs of employees and customers.

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Who we are

XF.works is a mission-driven company, created to help organizations use new approaches to design and emerging technology to improve the digital lives of customers and employees. ExperienceFutures.org (XF), our non-profit organization, publishes open-source data and resources to bridge the digital experience divide.

What we do

Digital Impact Audits

30-day reviews of digital experiences focused on social impact goals, accessibility, and inclusion - documenting gaps and opportunities .

Experience strategy

Supporting executive leaders, technology groups, and experience design teams to create plans that truly empower customers and employees.

UX &  Design

Product design (UX/UI) for startup founders and innovation leaders to create new experiences that deliver on purpose-driven goals.

Design Systems

Brand and design system development to help organizations of every size customize and scale experiences to meet users' unique needs.

Publications

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The Rise of HX: Human Experience

Human Experience (HX) is an emerging discipline incorporating Customer Experience (CX), Employee Experience (EX), and Human-Centered Design principles. This report explores how the shift to HX is becoming vital in helping organizations shape their social impact goals for internal and external users.

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Experience, AI, and the Digital Divide

Many digital experiences amplify existing inequalities, creating a new layer of the digital divide beyond access to computers and the internet. This whitepaper addresses new ways to tackle the digital divide using AI / ML to create more equitable online experiences that are sensitive to individual needs.

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Featured Work

Latest Articles

October 19, 2022

How better digital experiences can help reach ESG goals 

Digital experience design plays an essential role in helping companies reach their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) goals. From ensuring accessibility for all users to using data analytics to iterate on a product’s impact, responsible digital experiences can significantly impact a company’s bottom line and social responsibility profile.

July 6, 2022

Why digital accessibility is a Csuite problem

Organizations need to take a holistic approach to accessibility, with everyone from the C-suite down playing a role in ensuring that digital products and services are accessible to all. By taking responsibility for accessibility at the highest level, organizations can set the tone for the whole organization and ensure that everyone works together to make inclusion a reality.

June 14, 2022

Designs systems are the foundation for future proofing UX

Investing in future experiences is crucial for any organization that wants to stay competitive. UX is the foundation of any experience and allows organizations to deliver on the unique needs of users. Inclusive experiences are crucial to success in today's market, and design systems are the key to achieving them.‍The key to scaling good UX is to create a workable system that multiple disciples, teams, and agencies can leverage.

June 1, 2022

TechCrunch OpEd: Design's dirty secrets and experience bias

Almost every app and site you interact with is designed either based on the perceptions and ability of the team that created it, or for one or two high-value users. If users don’t have experience with design conventions, lack digital understanding, don’t have technical access, etc., we’d say the experience is biased against them.‍The solution is to shift to a mindset where organizations create multiple versions of a design or experience customized to the needs of diverse users.