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Futureheads 1h
The lineup for this looks AMAZING. We'll be there, so please do come and say hello!
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Futureheads 23h
Reflecting critically on your approach to hiring is a great way to better understand what you're doing well, and where you can improve in order to recruit - and retain - a more diverse team.
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Futureheads May 22
Make sure you can give a strong 'elevator pitch' of your experience that packs a punch.
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Futureheads May 21
""Enabling people is a better strategy than being the smartest person in the room." shares some of the biggest lessons he's learnt throughout his career.
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Futureheads May 21
“If we all focus on making better today, then we can just enjoy the challenges that will make life interesting down the road when they turn up.”
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Futureheads May 21
We don't think you should ever stop learning. That's why we invest in training for everyone, including our leadership team, to advance our knowledge and skills. And we're looking to grow.
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Futureheads May 20
We think good recruitment is all about being a genuine part of the community. Like the sound of this? We're hiring..
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Futureheads May 20
3/ This is why we take a lot of time to understand everyone's requirements before we search. Typically, if someone had strong UI skills and a touch of UX (or vice versa) we would consider this more of a UX/UI Designer. It does seem to change quite quickly though!
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Futureheads May 20
2/ from research, personas, user journeys, right through to the visual/ UI design- typically in an agile, sprint environment. Some people do call themselves a Product Designer that doesn’t quite stretch end-to-end but it’s a bit of a minefield.
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Futureheads May 20
2/ from research, personas, user journeys, right through to the visual/ UI design- typically in an agile, sprint environment. Some people do call themselves a Product Designer that doesn’t quite stretch end-to-end but it’s a bit of a minefield.
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Futureheads May 20
This is definitely an interesting topic! We asked , who works on lots of Product Design and UX/UI positions for her thoughts... 1/ In the current market, our clients usually expect a Product Designer to usually work end-to-end in the design on a product
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Futureheads May 20
Thank you for leading such an inspiring session - you've left us with a LOT to think about!
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Futureheads May 20
We invest so much into creating great experiences to on-board customers. But we rarely give the same care to customers who want to end their relationship. At our latest , explores the value of ending things right.
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Futureheads May 20
Contracting can give you exposure to new tech, teams and types of environments - but it does have some drawbacks.
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Futureheads May 20
"Product management as a discipline feels really exciting at the moment."
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Futureheads May 18
Contracting can give you exposure to new tech, teams and types of environments - but it does have some drawbacks.
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Futureheads May 17
Here's our pick of the best product management events out there - have we missed any?
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Futureheads May 17
Make sure you can give a strong 'elevator pitch' of your experience that packs a punch.
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Futureheads May 17
"How long will people use your product? What happens to it afterwards? As part of our Leaders in Change series, led an eye-opening talk on the value of ending relationships with customers. Here are our takeaways. "
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Futureheads May 16
How long will people use your product? What happens to it afterwards? As part of our Leaders in Change series, led an eye-opening talk on the value of ending relationships with customers. Here are our takeaways.
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