Human-Centered Design is Trideum User Experience Team Philosophy

UX capability briefings available at Space and Missile Defense Symposium, booth #137.

 HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – Mission support modernization needs will be addressed by the Trideum Corporation User Experience (UX) team at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium, August 6-8 at the Von Braun Center.

“Trideum applies creative problem solving to innovate, design, and develop human-focused mission critical software systems,” said Mike Hubler, chief experience officer at Trideum.

The UX team helps clients with new product development, modernizing legacy systems and demonstration development. Through creative problem solving, the team also helps military and industry customers modernize their mission support in the multi-domain battlespace.

The Trideum UX team contains experts in multiple disciplines including: software developers, information architects, user researchers, visual designers, interaction designers, social scientists, and engineers.

Trideum is especially versed in adhering to the specialized needs of DoD programs,” Hubler said. “Our team possesses active clearances at multiple levels and has decades of experience working on DoD projects.”

“We ask the human questions to intentionally create meaningful user experiences for mission critical software systems,” Hubler added.

 Trideum’s UX capabilities will be briefed at the Space and Missile Defense Symposium, booth 137.

About Trideum: Founded in 2005, Trideum Corporation is a privately owned and operated small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama. Trideum specializes in providing solutions and services in the area of training, test and evaluation, modeling and simulation, systems analysis, and information technology. With a history of innovation since our inception, Trideum provides state-of-the-art mission systems integration and other capabilities in the areas of command, control, communications, and intelligence systems; cyber, sensing; effects; as well as a broad range of Live, Virtual, Constructive and Gaming (LVC-G) training, simulations, and mission support services. Visit for more information.