My first thought when I met Ali and Yuriy was that quite a bit had changed since I was working on my undergrad. They exhibited traits that I, as both a technology professional and an occasional contributor to our hiring, was refreshed by and surprised to see in a pair that have only just begun their career journey.
In part one, we discussed our internship program from the perspective of establishing the program and recruiting, now read about the actual experiences on the job from the interns themselves.
When our team sat down to determine how we could best contribute to the development of the next generation of technologists by establishing our internship program, we had to think through what we could do to make the experience unique to Precocity.
Dec 13, 2016 by Erika - News
Precocity's holiday party was hosted at Painting with a Twist in Plano. Our employees were greeted with food, drinks, and a fun atmosphere. Between Christmas tree paintings, mustache painting contests, and chest bumps, it's safe to say everyone had a great time!
Failure isn't the first thing anyone wants to consider when working on a project, but it definitely isn't the last thing your team should think about either.
In the final installment of this three-part series Brandon discusses why he believes Humility is one of the three most important aspects of a good UX Designer, and three questions to ask to discover if you or your candidate has it.