zeroheight has raised $10M from Tribe Capital in a Series A round
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zeroheight, a DevOps developer of UX, received a $10M Series A investment from Tribe Capital. Among Zeroheight’s 1,300+ customers are numerous Fortune 500 organizations, including Adobe and United Airlines. zeroheight is planning to expand to San Francisco and hire more people across the board.
zeroheight, a DevOps platform builder of UX, has raised $10 million in a Series A funding round led by Tribe Capital. Other participants include Adobe, Y Combinator, FundersClub, and Expa; angel investors including Tom Preston-Werner, co-founder of GitHub; Bradley Horowitz, VP Product at Google; Irene Au, who built and ran UX design for Google; and Nick Caldwell, VP Engineering at Twitter.
zeroheight, which is located in London, will soon expand to the San Francisco/Bay Area and increase its workforce across the board. Its initial concentration was on UX documentation, but it will soon branch out to other areas, such as bridging the design and development divide.
zeroheight does for UX what DevOps platforms like GitHub do for building and shipping code, providing a central place to document and manage UX components, coupled with design APIs that allow teams to skip the design hand-off stage entirely and speed up the UX delivery process.”Jerome de Lafargue, the co-founder of zeroheight
Problems have emerged because UX teams have grown dramatically in the past few years, because UX is now so important for most companies to just compete. And so because of this you now need centralization, you need components that are reusable so that teams can be efficient and not lose quality as it keeps shipping.Jerome de Lafargue, the co-founder of zeroheight
For a firm to flourish, high-quality UX for websites and applications is no longer a nice-to-have; it’s a must-have. However, expanding the effect of UX teams is difficult, and in recent years, companies have resorted to DesignOps platforms for assistance.
Among Zeroheight’s 1,300+ customers are numerous Fortune 500 organizations, including Adobe and United Airlines.