fffunction are looking to hire a User Experience [something]* to join its increasingly busy UX team of one (Dan) and a half (Ben: a half because he also has to do lots of other things to keep fffunction running).
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I don't tend to blog that often, and do you know why? Too damn busy most of the time, making lovely websites for lovely people. But maybe I could do some more writing if we had some more hands on deck. So, this is just a heads up really. We haven't formulated a new developer hiring plan for this year, but there's certainly a future timeline that exists which has our new dev taking ownership of a key to the Penryn studio, and putting the kettle on.
A guest post from Sam Stephenson who attended a UX workshop lead by fffunction at Falmouth University in 2015. Sam writes about the workshop and where what he learned took him.
We’ve told a few folks about this but haven’t really made much of a song and dance about it: we’re writing our first book!
Pete’s been designing up some work which came out of a sketching workshop which we ran with a client.
A couple of months ago, I attended Meri Williams’s excellent “Be a brilliant people developer” workshop with White October Events.
I like a good process post so I thought it might be interesting to do one about how we do social media here at fffunction.
Week 3 was my 2nd week in the Bristol studio, I was near the end of my talks with users, with only a couple to go.
For week 2 of my internship I was at the Bristol studio. Being in Bristol was a nice change of pace from being in Penryn, and I was ready to get stuck into to talking with more users.
Around a year ago fffunction came to Falmouth Uni and did a couple of workshops around user experience and prototyping. This was really my first formal introduction in to the world of user experience - I instantly recognised that this was a specialist area that I really wanted to delve into.