Rob Hunter

Denver Head of Design at Healthgrades Joined about 5 years ago

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  • Posted to Plasso Billing, in reply to Mason Lawlor , Dec 03, 2016

    Looks like they use Stripe per their Terms, so I'd assume chargebacks would be the same as using Stripe directly.

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  • Posted to AMA: Jake Knapp, Design Partner at GV/Author of SPRINT, May 26, 2016

    Hey Jake, thanks for doing this.

    I was curious how you balance design sprints with "scrum" or development sprints.

    I've always tried to include designers into product development teams, and the way I've broken it down is based on how clear the potential solution is. Do you have a pretty good idea what the potential solution(s) is? Great, then work with the product dev team during a sprint to design / test / build. If it's not super clear what the solution is, then do a design sprint before it's ready for the backlog.


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  • Posted to Wildcard - Know the Day , in reply to Stephen Meszaros , Aug 11, 2015

    Thanks Steve, the app has been scratching an itch!

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  • Posted to Top Design Studios in NY?, Apr 29, 2015

    Moment Design

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  • Posted to Site Design: Sports Illustrated Redesign, Jun 25, 2014

    First, congrats as this must have been a beast.

    Second, as I'm curious, what were the goals and what are you guys watching in terms of how people use the site with the redesign? What's a success, beyond getting rid of those lovely tabs and ribbons?

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  • Posted to How do you find good UX designers?, Mar 11, 2014
    1. Recruiters
    2. LinkedIn
    3. Job Boards
    4. Schools
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  • Posted to Ask DN: How do you manage product execution?, Jan 09, 2014

    Is there a particular pain-point or opportunity you're interested in? Within the design team or cross-team?

    Process: Scrumish.

    Tools for Process: Whiteboards, Email, JIRA, Hipchat (+hubot), Mixpanel, Excel, RStudio/Tableau, Skype, Trello, Layervault, Dropbox, Rollout, Optimizely, Google Analytics, Salesforce, Crucible, Github, Gitlab, Writer, PowerPoint…

    Makeup: At least one product manager, designer, engineer per project / product with constant interaction with data, operations and marketing.

    Products vary widely from super fresh to pretty mature. Also varies within products. (Offline and online.)

    Working pretty well. Getting better and trying new things every day.

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  • Posted to Writer Pro: patently amateurish, Dec 29, 2013

    Worth noting they have publicly declared that they are dropping / canceling / not pursuing their pending patent. []

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  • Posted to Designing News - A book exploring the evolution of design in news., in reply to Ari Zilnik , Dec 03, 2013

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