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Many Hearts. One Love.

Many Hearts. One Love.

by Simon Cockayne | Oct 16, 2017

People have different thoughts about diversity and inclusion. I believe inclusion is the fair thing to do. I believe diversity is powerful.

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Got Skills? Then Bring What You Bring!

Got Skills? Then Bring What You Bring!

by Jared Barrett | Aug 25, 2017

The Long Road Out West: Let me start first by saying, Nashville is probably one of the best cities in America! If you haven't been, GO! You won't regret it, especially in the Tennessee spring, which made leaving there so difficult; great food, unique experiences,...

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How sitting around not working helped our team get better.

How sitting around not working helped our team get better.

by Simon Cockayne | Aug 18, 2017

I wanted to share a tactic that has helped the team I work in. Perhaps it might help yours? Working hard I have a lot of work to do. A ton in fact. I work in a small startup called WhoZoo. WhoZoo is a self-learning map to the human-beings in your ever-changing...

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UX and the Human Experience

UX and the Human Experience

by Matt McClendon | Jul 17, 2017

Human behavior is greatly influenced by unconscious thought. With a basic understanding of human cognition, we can help anticipate user behavior. It's easy to see that humans have the urge to improve things. Whether it be a self-driving car or start-ups like...

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Serendipity. Engineered.

Serendipity. Engineered.

by Simon Cockayne | Jun 28, 2017

Collaboration There is wondrous joy and terrific beauty, in collaborating with other human beings, to create objects, ideas, and emotions that we simply could not create alone. Everywhere you look, there are examples of things that exist because of human beings...

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Certainty in uncertainty.

Certainty in uncertainty.

by Simon Cockayne | Jun 6, 2017

There is a paradoxical tension running through every day of startup life. 90% of startups fail. The principles of Lean Startup, cycling through build > measure > learn, illuminate the swiftest path to a either a thriving business or the swiftest path to the...

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