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To anyone who has had to plan and execute a social media strategy, you understand how hard it is to stay on top of the ever-changing social media landscape. Social channels are constantly rolling out new features, and it’s important to distinguish passing industry fads from trends that can spur gro Read More

Process Street: Workflow without workflow

Process Street: Workflow without workflow  - https://www.mwdadvisors.com Avatar Posted by ferdiepre13 under Technology
From https://www.mwdadvisors.com 2370 days ago
Made Hot by: BenMulholland on May 31, 2016 5:18 pm
Process Street is a great example of a modern SaaS-based, lightweight tool that supports team productivity with transparency. It’s an early-stage company: founded 2 years ago, and currently angel-funded, nevertheless it’s already picked up a number of high-profile customers (LinkedIn, Cisco, Sherat Read More

21 Tried-and-True Tips For Remote Working

21 Tried-and-True Tips For Remote Working - https://auth0.com Avatar Posted by zolachupik under Management
From https://auth0.com 2371 days ago
Made Hot by: BenMulholland on June 1, 2016 1:05 pm
Auth0 is a remote team. Our main bases might be in Seattle and Buenos Aires, but we have team members in Philadelphia and Sydney, Belgium and Brazil, and everywhere in between. Once a year we meet up at a retreat, but apart from that, everyone can work from wherever they wish, whenever they choose. Read More

What UX designers can learn from 1990s Japanese video games

 What UX designers can learn from 1990s Japanese video games - http://techcrunch.com Avatar Posted by Ihya1324 under Technology
From http://techcrunch.com 2371 days ago
Made Hot by: ryanmclean16 on May 31, 2016 11:40 am
This post is about the evolution of UX — although we know it now as a way to keep users sticking around — this is from a time period when it wasn’t so much of a big deal.
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The way we imagine the workplace is an office with desks, a water cooler, a conference room and probably a sad little area for ‘fun’.

As much as that might’ve been true in the 90s, we’ve come a long way since. There’s no more resentment from the early morning commute, or terrible small talk in t Read More
If you want to invest, but you’re too lazy to do the research and come up with a bullet-proof strategy, then Tim Ferriss has a dire warning for you: “You’re going to get your fucking face ripped off.”
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Remote meetings can be terrible. They’re the “chores” of the workplace. Whether it’s technology crashing or a user not being able to connect, you’ve probably been in a video chat that you considered a total waste of time. On the upside, meetings are helpful for teams to stay connected, brainstorm, Read More
When you’re working between several different apps (project management, chat, help desk, etc), it can be tempting to do the important talking in direct messages and hide updates that would be useful for the whole team to know.

In an office, that’s like whispering vital information to someone in Read More
There aren’t many three-word phrases that’ll put you to sleep much quicker than “business document management”, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Back in the days of desktop legacy software, there was no possible way to make managing business documents anything less than an awful experience. Read More
Are you ever at a loss when it comes to planning your tasks? A good chunk of the time, I feel exactly like that. That’s ok. Task management exists because planning and executing projects is hard.
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