The hype cycle is an analytic model developed by the IT research and consultation firm, Gartner Incorporated, to describe the development, adoption, and diffusion of technologies in particular market sectors. Based on Gartner's analysis of the technology lifecycle, the Hype Cycle for Education tool will enable members of the University community to continuously monitor emerging academic technologies as they progress along the innovation curve and evaluate the advantages of those tools and practices in relation to the University’s mission.
Origin Eight collaborated with the University of Minnesota's Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice on a Drupal project that leveraged our user experience design expertise to deliver an innovative system for filtering sentencing guidelines, comparing jurisdictions and serving as a repository for sentencing guidelines and other documents from across the USA.
Origin Eight did a full-scale rebranding and development of an English version of the company's Japanese web site with multi-lingual capabilities ready to reach a global audience. Our highly-effective collaborative wireframing, prototyping, design approval and project management allow us to work with multiple stakeholders in both the US and Japan as we continue to grow the web presence for the company.
The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute seeks to provide researchers at the University of Minnesota access to high-performance computing resources and user support to facilitate successful and cutting-edge research in all disciplines, help researchers attract funding, contribute to undergraduate and graduate education, and benefit the broader community.
MSI is committed to expanding and developing the types of service it offers in order to continue to play its key support role across the growing spectrum of scientific fields.