"There is always a way to do things better. Find it."
-Thomas Edison, 1903
Inspired by Edison's invention factory in Menlo Park, New Jersey, the founders of Menlo Innovations, a software design and developemnt firm in Ann Arbor, have a visionary attitude about work space, creating an office where ideas are shared and rewards are shared.
Ever sensitive to the "stupid user" syndrome, founders Richard Sheridan, Thomas Meloche, James Goebel, and Robert Simms realized that most software designers fail to take their end users into consideration. Vowing to better understand how their clients do their jobs, they constantly endeavour to create a more intuitive product.
Learn more about these "high-tech anthropologists" by clicking on the You Tube video below or go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1HEqEjDUoU
THIS VIDEO FIRST APPEARED IN METROMODE