Black Pixel talent looking for new opportunities

Recently Black Pixel made the difficult decision to downsize their staff, which resulted in a lot of great people looking for the next chapter. For those who don’t know, I worked at Black Pixel as Director of Design a few years ago, and many of those impacted were people I worked with directly. They are some of the most dedicated humans I’ve had the opportunity to work with.

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Thinking about many of my beloved former colleagues at Black Pixel. A lot of them are looking for the beginning of their next chapter. I’m trying to help a lot of them find new roles. If you’re a remote-friendly company and need Engineers, Designers, QA, please let me know and I’m happy to connect.

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Consolidating blogs

I’ve been using Micro.blog for a while and really enjoying it. In fact, I imported my Tumblr to it ever since they were acquired (again).

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Designers Constantly Learning

A great excerpt from the book "Designing for Emerging Technologies" and the need for designers to tinker and learn.

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Storytelling for Healthcare

Xin Xin, one of the Senior Product Designers on my team at One Medical wrote a piece about the importance of Storytelling for Healthcare. I highly recommend this read. If you've ever got through a health issue or experienced a loved one going through it, it's very simple to see healthcare as part of our life, and our life is our story.

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Planning 2018 Conference Speaking

2017 is wrapping up and I am planning out my speaking engagements for next year. This year I am hoping to find a few more local conferences in the United States to speak at, though I am definitely planning a few international ones.

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Thank you, UX Cambridge!

Thank you so much for having me, UX Cambridge!

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Unknown Mentors

Like most Saturday nights, I was sitting at home and contemplating if I should watch The Abyss. I decided not to (again) and opted to watch a documentary about the making of it while re-factoring and cleaning some files up on my iMac. One of the rituals is going through my Photos app to organize it. This time I decided to start from the beginning. One of the photos that came up was a photo of an old local newspaper where I grew up. It was an article about a mural I painted during my senior year in high school. The theme of it was "Pathways to the Future". It triggered not just the memory of painting the mural, but what I call an unknown mentor.

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