Posts Tagged ‘walmart’

Design With a Big ‘D’: Design Thinkers Leading the Way

Posted by Dave Moore

The Design With a Big ‘D’ series digs into the scope and depth of the Dallas-Fort Worth UX/UI industry as the region becomes a hot spot for design talent and companies. To follow the series and get the news on

At the Helm: Intuit VP of Design on Being ‘Design-Led, Through and Through’

Posted by Dave Moore

The Design With a Big ‘D’ series digs into the scope and depth of the Dallas-Fort Worth UX/UI industry as the region becomes a hot spot for design talent and companies. To follow the series and get the news on

Money Talks: Don Relyea Takes User Experience to the Bank

Posted by Dave Moore

The Design With a Big ‘D’ series digs into the scope and depth of the Dallas-Fort Worth UX/UI industry as the region becomes a hot spot for design talent and companies. To follow the series and get the news on

Custom Build: An Acquisition and Ties to Higher Ed Led UX Thoughtleader to Capital One’s Garage

Posted by Dave Moore

The Design With a Big ‘D’ series digs into the scope and depth of the Dallas-Fort Worth UX/UI industry as the region becomes a hot spot for design talent and companies. To follow the series and get the news on

Users First: An Interview With USAA’s Tatiana Miller

Posted by Dave Moore

The Design With a Big ‘D’ series digs into the scope and depth of the Dallas-Fort Worth UX/UI industry as the region becomes a hot spot for design talent and companies. To follow the series and get the news on

Entrepreneurs Hear How to Succeed at Dallas Consumer Product Innovations Day

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

North Texas entrepreneurs have found success in the consumer packaged goods sector developing everything from premixed cocktail drinks to smart light bulb solutions.

Entering this hyper-competitive industry can be like navigating a minefield with so many unknowns like when should …

It’s a Year-Round Produce Harvest at Eden Green Technology in Cleburne

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

A new vertical farm in Cleburne could change the way produce is grown worldwide with hydroponic watering, micro-climate controls, and 12 crop cycles a year.

Dallas-based Eden Green Technology showed off the state-of-the-art, 44,000-square-foot facility off Sparks Drive in Cleburne …

Emerging Technologies Summit: Harnessing AI, Blockchain & IoT for Future Disruption

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The collision of artificial intelligence, blockchain, and Internet of Things is coming fast, where machines will know more about humanity than we’ve ever known, a decentralized ledger will accurately and quickly handle contracts and currency, and wearable devices and sensors

Q+A: Walmart Technology’s Carlos Riojas Talks Big Data, AI & Improving Operations

Posted by Dave Moore

Walmart is counting on a team of engineers in Plano to help associates at the world’s largest retailer operate its more than 5,000 stores more efficiently.

Carlos Riojas is a Waco native and Baylor University grad who runs the Walmart …

‘Rising Star’ Fashion Label Don Morphy Opens First Pop-Up Store

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

The Dallas-based Don Morphy custom and ready-to-wear menswear label announced its first pop-up brick and mortar store in Victory Park running through April 12.

The fashion startup is a local success story. Founder Daniel Mofor’s experience goes back to management …

Innovation by Design: Fast Company Seeking Creators at Intersection of Business, Innovation & Design

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Fast Company‘s seventh annual Innovation by Design awards is currently accepting entries through May 10 with an early bird rate deadline nearing on March 22.

The contest celebrates creative work that falls into the intersection of design, business, and …

ALDI Pilots Delivering Groceries in Dallas, 2 Other Cities

Posted by Lance Murray

You may be too busy to hit the local grocery store. Or, you may just want to sit back, relax, and have someone else bring your groceries to you.

Whatever the motivation, your home grocery delivery options continue to sprout …

JPMorgan Chase Aims to Use 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Posted by Lance Murray

JPMorgan Chase is giving a boost to the renewable energy industry, saying Friday that it will switch to 100 percent renewable power to meet its global energy needs by 2020.

The New York-based banking giant has a large footprint in …

Dallas’ iuzeit Working to Become Standard in Product Reviews

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

New product reviews, more fundraising, and acceptance into a San Francisco accelerator have Dallas startup iuzeit staying busy.

Founder and CEO Yogi Patel said his company recently added headphones to its website, which aggregates product reviews from various sites …

Wal-Mart Has Towering Answer to Online Pickup

Posted by Lance Murray

Online ordering and pickup now is easier at your nearby Wal-Mart store thanks to the company’s new Wal-Mart Pickup Tower.

Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the nation’s largest retailer, installed the first North Texas Pickup Tower June 30 at its store in …

Wal-Mart Nixes Membership for Online Shipping

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Wal-Mart has taken off its gloves in the fight against Amazon, eliminating the $49 membership fee so any customer can get 2 million items shipped free, The Dallas Morning News reported.

Wal-Mart has been on a distribution center building …

3 Things We’re Reading: Mavericks Owner Keeps Ticket Prices Low for the Loyal

Posted by Julia Falcon

WHY MAVERICKS TICKET PRICES WERE LOWERED; VETERAN’S JOBS IDEA GOOD FOR THE SOLE & SOUL; MORE TECH TO COME TO NORTH TEXAS


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