Turning your customer's voice into digital solutions

TRY Dig is a forward-thinking technology company transforming world-class user experience into meaningful digital solutions for your business.

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We develop and help our customers build and operate better, more customer-centric digital services. To achieve this, we believe it is crucial to understand the full picture.

 

This is because one of today's challenges is the siloed way of thinking between technology, marketing, and communication.

 

With this mentality, we all lose. By breaking down these silos, we create better solutions for our customers and not least, our customers' customers.

 

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- You can always look for more action-driven insights in data you have, the main problem is that no one hardly looks.

— Mārcis Ūdris

- Forget about the buzzwords and trends, when creating a better web, keep in mind - the main goal is to humanize the technology.

— Viesturs Kančs

- Talent wins games, but teamwork wins championships.

— Zoe Zermeño

- It’s the hardest thing to simplify things around you. Nevertheless one should aim for that. At least for a simpler, cleaner code.

— Emīls Kondratovičs

- The one who learns - becomes a fool. The one who learns AND works will become smart.

— Reinis Sudrabs

- You just have to move those pixels, for better results!

— Raitis Skujans

- I believe that an important competitive component of any digital product or service is how it makes a user feel. Every solution needs to work in a synergy between what users desires and what drives business results.

— Ilze Tenase

- At work, I wear two pairs of shoes - my own and the users.

— Laura Krūmiņa

- Show, don't tell.

— Asbjørn Lysne Voje

- Design with people, for people.

— Pouya Kari Jafari

- There is an easy way and a hard way. The hard part is finding the easy way.

— Mikus Meikulis

- In a world where habits, trends, and technology are shifting at a rapid pace, collaboration and communication are key.

— Claire Linden

- Just go ahead and design something, enough empty talk.

— Mike Haidarov

- You're either getting better or getting worse. The best ones recognize that they are responsible for getting better every day.

— Andris Verners

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