Developing effective approaches for evaluating joint system performance exemplifies the type of high stakes problems that Mile Two actively seeks to solve.
An effective decision support tool requires deep domain knowledge, understanding of the problem space, and consideration of multiple perspectives while capturing the data relationships that really matter.
Teleconferencing has become an equalizer in terms of connecting regardless of location, however, it is not a substitute for the organic nature of group conversations that occur in person.
Mile Two’s software engineering process is built on the principles of cognitive systems engineering, resulting in a comprehensive focus on the intersection of people, technology, and work.
When working with our clients, we take a holistic view of experience to create human-machine systems that work together to achieve the goals of an organization and its users.
Mile Two strives to build an organization with shared values, and we bring the same to our internship program with the goal of having a positive, long-lasting impact on our community and our people.
Mile Two is committed to going beyond a user-centered perspective to consider the wider scope reflected in a use-centered framework. Use-centered design focuses on the user, the domain, and the interface and surveys the work domain to identify the field of possibilities or conversely, the constraints that bound the field.