How often do consumers swipe left on an app or webpage, then stay longer on a site that is user-friendlier?
Dominica Jamir, a Naga entrepreneur in New York City wants to make sure consumers’ user experiences are positive and rewarding to all.
Since her startup launched on June 1, Jamir is certainly making excellent use of her talent and forward-thinking as a User Experience /User Interface Creative Director. Her dedication and hard work have certainly paid off.
“It is my delight to be able to share with the world what I think is possible in future technology through the official launch of the AR-VR & UX-UI Enterprises website on this auspicious day, July 31, – my 25th birthday. The trademark company logo was designed as an artistic swirl, to represent DJ, my initials,” she said.
“It is personally gratifying to know that I am able to use my education, talent, and skills to make technology user-friendly for the general public in various arenas,” said Jamir. “It makes sense to make technology user-friendly for consumers since, clearly, the world is increasingly heading towards tech and e-commerce everywhere. This is an opportunity I believe I could not ignore.”
Everyone stands to benefit when businesses make tech used in client services and products simpler to use, she said.
When asked how she plans to put customers first, Jamir confidently explained that she combines her youthful exuberance with fresh and valuable insights on the potential future uses of emerging technologies for consumers and society. It also helps to be an empathic, artistic computer whiz, she says.
Jamir’s extraordinary talent combined with the solid business experience of her co-founder, Bryan Feol, a creative too, globally traveled, and socially astute, formed a solid foundation to narrow the gap between consumers and technology. Feol adds about 17 years of empathic HR talent management experience from working for the NYSE and Wall Street.