Be nice. Or else.
UI Designer @ hyperion.co Joined over 2 years ago
I tried it and there's nothing new or special about it.
This is interesting but I tend to agree with @Jim Silverman, have you identified people who really apply to so many positions that they need to keep track of all of them? What is there to do after sending an application - if they decide to move to the next stage you'll hear back, if not they'll send a generic fuck off message. Would people forget the steps of sending an application so they need a checklist every time?
I'm not saying this wouldn't necessarily work or that it's a bad idea, I'm asking if you have identified this need in the market.
+1 for Affinity, it's easily the best and at £50 one off it's a steal.
I still have the old design :(
Awesome idea, I hope you find the people you need.
It's funny to see how 2 years later every single one of these bugs is still there.
Surprisingly, after I've had to use a non-retina 27" iMac at work, I didn't find it that bad. (the display that is, the computer is a slow relic). It takes a day or two to get used to it and it's not that nice, but it's not a massive downgrade either.
I'm not advocating for the thunderbolt display, there are definitely better, cheaper monitors out there, but it's not such a big deal either.
Ask your colleagues / other superiors then?
One thing that comes to mind is to try and pitch her your system. It's one thing to say: hey stop editing my files please, and another to say something along the lines of: I think the way in which you organise your files is not optimal and it is making my life and work difficult and inefficient. Would you be open to having a conversation about this and coming up with a methodology that works for the both of us?
It's important to:
be clear about what your concerns
make sure she knows the extent to which this is affecting your work and stressing you out (it may not seem like a big deal to her)
not come off as condescending and make sure you are open to compromise, to listen to her opinions and methods and try to agree on a method that works for both of you.
I hope this helps.