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A Product Designer’s Instinct

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Great product designers cut to the essence of a problem. They have an ability to sniff out what really matters and focus in on what the user wants. How do you do that? Ryan will share a model of the product development process that encapsulates the intuition he built up after ten years of designing easy-to-use software products. Ryan Singer Product Manager Basecamp Looks like you found a page that's for members only. Username Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

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After the Sketch: Using FileMaker Pro to Validate Your Designs

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https://vimeo.com/216755928 Presented by Ernest Koe President and Co-Founder The Proof Group LLC Looks like you found a page that's for members only.

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Designing the Complex Application to Run Across Multiple Platforms

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https://vimeo.com/216756029 Presented by Don Levan Solutions Architect Lifion, by ADP Looks like you found a page that's for members only.

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The Foundations of Great Design

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https://vimeo.com/216756121 Presented by Don Levan Solutions Architect Lifion, by ADP Looks like you found a page that's for members only.

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Applied Color Theory: Using Color, Gradients and Translucency

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https://vimeo.com/216754055 Presented by Colin Keefe Project Manager IT Solutions Consulting, Inc. Looks like you found a page that's for members only.

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Designing with Type: Lessons Learned from Advertising, Newspapers, and the World at Large

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https://vimeo.com/216754903 Presented by Bob Shockey President Alchemy Consulting Group, LLC Looks like you found a page that's for members only.

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Designing for Mobile: What We Can Learn from Twitter’s 140 Characters

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https://vimeo.com/216756411 Presented by Steve Abrahamson Technologist, UX Designer Ascending Technologies Looks like you found a page that's for members only.

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Watch ALL Find Your Moose 2016 Conference Videos Here

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On September 7 & 8, 2016, we gathered at East-West University in Chicago for Find Your Moose 2016: A Business Conference for Software Developers. With several dozen friends and colleagues in attendance, we came together to learn, share, and explore the solutions to challenges we face as software developers and consultants. Here are ten sessions from the conference covering a wide variety of topics from finding ideal clients to managing on-time and on-budget projects to removing the roadblocks that prevent you from truly enjoying your work! Here's a full schedule from the conference. Each video has a link to a post where you can read the speaker bios and a description of the session. Enjoy Your Work with Jason Mundok Using Human Centered Design with Heather Winkle Using A/B Testing and Research for More Informed Design Decisions with Nick Disabato Lessons from Our 10 Years at Johnson & Johnson with Jeff Scornavacca The Path to Value Pricing with Jonathan Stark Portfolio Management & Delegation with Molly Connolly How to Hire the Right People with Nancy Simonson Improving Your Personal Agility for Increased Productivity and Career Satisfaction with Casey Mulqueen, Ph.D. Secret Sauce for Sales with Adam Aronson Getting in the Zone with Cris Ippolite […]

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FYM ’16: Improving Your Personal Agility for Increased Productivity and Career Satisfaction with Casey Mulqueen, Ph.D.

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Casey Mulqueen is an organizational psychologist with the TRACOM Group in Denver, CO. He’s worked with companies across the world to develop more effective teams, sales processes, and large-scale change methods. Most recently he’s collaborated on a program to help businesses compete more effectively by learning strategies to generate and implement creative ideas in a systematic way. He has also developed a program to help businesses increase the personal and team resiliency of their people, which is proving especially useful in high-stress industries and occupations. He has written numerous magazines articles and blogs on topics such as behavioral style at work, emotional intelligence, and how to increase the effectiveness of training programs. As consultants, you operate in a volatile and uncertain business climate. To flourish — even survive — small business owners need to respond to this kind of climate with nimbleness. You need to not only adapt to unexpected changes, but also recognize changes as opportunities for innovation, and then capitalize on them. In other words, You need to anticipate the future and proactively create change. Personal agility means adopting a flexible mindset that promotes the generation and implementation of original and useful ideas. Agile individuals perform at a […]

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FYM ’16: How to Hire the Right People with Nancy Simonson

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Nancy Simonson is a career consultant focused on change management, organizational change, resource management, program and project management. Nancy worked in a variety of roles and on both small and large scale projects throughout her career at Accenture, a leading global professional services company.  She focused on hiring and creating high performance teams to position them to achieve their maximum potential. She has extensive experience in relationship management, staffing, employee engagement, and people development. Nancy has recently left Accenture and started her own consulting company, Peridot Consulting. Outside of Accenture, Nancy served as past president of the Women’s Board of Heartland Alliance, a leading anti-poverty organization that focuses on the advancement of human rights and needs. She resides in Chicago and is an avid sports fan and theater enthusiast. One of the biggest challenges any organization faces is who and when to hire. As a small business owner, this decision is even more critical as the expense and time involved in hiring someone new is significant. An important, and often overlooked starting point is to take the time to define the type of person and skill set that would be the most beneficial to your organization. Nancy will talk you through […]

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