We’re a small but powerful team of designers, engineers, and product strategists that help you make better product and business decisions using data.
Design more effective product experiences
- — Understand how people use your site through analytics, user research, and AB experimentation.
- — Guide your product roadmap and improve your operations with an iterative, data-driven development process.
- — Make your products smarter with world-class Search and AI.
Make business decisions with confidence
- — Find out which marketing channels and campaigns are actually working.
- — Evaluate new market opportunities with data-backed answers and analysis.
- — See the story in your data with beautiful, intuitive visualizations.
Build data systems that scale with your business
- — Democratize data by building a more robust data platform from the ground up from Event Logging and ETL to Data Warehouses and BI Tools.
- — Navigate the overwhelming number of service options out there and find the right vendors and tools for your needs.
- — Stay updated with easy-to-read dashboards that keep you on top of your most important metrics.
Services We Offer
- — Data Collection and Crowdsourcing Management
- — Training
Getting Started with Query Understanding
How to build a search engine that actually understands user intent.
Berlin Buzzwords. Berlin, Germany
Things We've Written
And potentially circumventing privacy protections in the process.
Supercharge your search box with Statistics, Supervised Learning, Bayesian Inference, PCA, Clustering, Word Embeddings, and more! Oh my!
From Brute Force to Tries, Automata, and beyond.
Experiments and learnings from managing Design Systems at Etsy.
Using NLP to extract key phrases from documents.
Should you use your query logs or your documents to build an autosuggest corpus?
Talks We've Given
The unsexy reality of putting AI stuff in production.
Crunch Data Engineering and Analytics. Budapest, Hungary
Aligning on a shared definition of design excellence.
Design Systems Coalition NYC. New York, USA
Navigating the delicate balance between human and artificial intelligence in e-commerce product discovery.
Information Architecture Summit. Vancouver, Canada
The story of redesigning Etsy’s Listing Page, the largest experiment-driven win in Etsy’s history.
Code as Craft, Etsy. New York, USA
Gio has been working with data, architecting systems, and leading teams of engineers for over a decade. At Etsy he was a Staff Software Engineer that lead the Search Ranking Team, which was responsible for the effectiveness and fairness of Etsy’s core search algorithm, and previously lead the Search Experience Team which worked on the entire Search User Experience. Prior to working at Etsy, Gio worked at CapitalIQ where he designed, built, and maintained a multi-terabyte database, real-time processing-system, and search engine for globally-sourced financial reports. On weekends and early in the morning you can find him surfing in sunny Rockaway Beach, NY.
Ara has been working at the intersection of data, product development, and operations since 2005. She understands how data systems and people systems need to interact to produce good work, especially in fast-paced environments at scale. Ara has previously worked at Google, where she grew and managed a large data operations group powering Google’s speech recognition and synthesis algorithms in over 60 languages; at Etsy, where she managed the internationalization of their site and the first launches into non-US markets; and at the New York Public Library, as a Senior Project Manager with NYPL Labs, a team considering the future of digital libraries.
Magera most recently managed the Design Systems Team at Etsy, responsible for building core UX components and design guidelines utilized by product teams every day across the organization. Previously, she managed Buyer Experience, which focused on streamlining the purchasing experience and bringing Etsy’s unique content to the forefront. As an individual contributor at Etsy, she patiently deconstructed and redesigned the site’s two most critical user flows: checkout and the listing process. When she’s not working with clients, you can find her obsessing over renovations to her new Rockaway home. And surfing, of course.
Whether you need help understanding how data can make a difference in your business or you’re looking for a bright team to help you execute on a plan, write us and let’s figure out how we can help.
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