Be nice. Or else.
Designer at www.everyinteraction.com Joined over 3 years ago via an invitation from Jaleh A.
My father's name, but no relation ;)
This week Jon is joined by Dan to talk about how to sell the value of the design process to clients. If you’re working with clients who don’t understand the value of design or simply don’t have any experience working with a design team, how do you communicate the value your design process can bring? The benefit of doing this well can mean:
This week Jon is joined by Matthew Lenzi of Hanno - a globally distributed product design agency. Hanno are quite unique in the way that they run their business; a distributed team working around the world using a forward-thinking vision of 'how companies should work in the future'. They’re living the dream sold to us by the level of communication offered by the internet - something that’s quite unique and I’ve not seen anyone else do as successfully before. We talk about how they got started and made this model a success.
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Have friends who run graphic design agencies that find it useful to promote work this way, especially successful for packaging jobs. As a UX design agency we find it more useful to post culture/team shots, behind the scenes stuff. Don't expect to ever get work directly or even have clients follow you - mostly aimed at peers and promoting general brand awareness activity. Definitely would not spend a large amount of time on Instagram, it's a luxury if you can find the time in my opinion, but a good string to add to your social media bow if you can justify it.
This week Jon is joined by Brad Flowers from BullHorn Creative - a brand & communication strategy agency in Kentucky USA. Brad and his fellow directors have been making changes to how they run their business, inspired by meeting folks at peer groups and studying business books. This inspiration has helped provide them with a more solid foundation for growth and stability. In this episode Jon and Brad go over this experience, and share how anyone else can do the same.
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On another note - would love to know how you installed/built the podcast miniplayer widget - it's really great!
Nice, that works :) Subscribed.
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Seriously though - can you get the RSS feed from Soundcloud? That way we can subscribe manually. Thanks
I believe you can be assured your fears expressed won't come true Philip. It is increasingly looking unlikely that the freedom of movement policies will be greatly affected and there is no scenario where you will require a visa to continue working in the UK. Worst case scenario is looking like (high) annual immigration caps and making social benefits only available to those who have been working here for a number of years. Sorry to hear your fiancée didn't enjoy the episode, we've had otherwise good feedback.