Be nice. Or else.
Those exersices are performed on-site and not remotely.
At this point candidates already know about the company and the specific department they are interviewed to.
They also meet their potential team mates before this exercise is performed, so they have context in order to decide if they are interested in being part of the team.
I agree, there are some exercises that might be more challenging for the 60-minutes framework. We preferred to share as many as possible so everyone can adjust it for her needs.
Broad exercises are used more indeed and they are working well for us so far :) However, I believe there is value in challenging designers with problems they are not necessarily having a domain knowledge in
We do not expect the candidate to deliver visuals, nor "complete" wireframes and user flows. We're mostly looking to see designer's ability to 1) analyse the problem, user needs, business needs 2) conceptualise it in a product 3) communicate it effectively. If your organisation has a better way to do it, I'd love to hear more about it!
Great choice, they are amazing! :)
You're right, I did a mistake, you should be able to apply it now!
You can get the Sketch shortcuts stickers I created almost for the same price :) http://sketchkeys.com
I like the remote culture of Pilot and a slick design (sometimes even too slick tbh), great job! (I found out about Pilot via one of your employees that is on #nomads Slack channel)