It is certain that project management is a strategic component that is essential to business success. When it comes to hiring a project manager to the company, hiring managers and recruiters are looking for answers to the main questions: “Will this person fit into the culture of the organization?”, “Will this person get along with other team members and lead them effectively?” and “Will this person deliver on the project goals and on time?”. Hiring managers always…ByBerfu Sahin
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In User Experience Designer interviews, there are some common questions that you should be ready for. In this blog post, I wanted to examine general, technical and behavioral questions in UX Designer interviews, what is that interviewers expect to learn from them and how you should approach answering them. I hope this can help you in the interview process and be a prompt to advance personal design perspectives. You can check open…ByBerfu Sahin
There are always some specific questions related to digital marketing whether the position is a Social Media Specialist or a Digital Director. We’ve rounded up all of the best and common interview questions for Digital Marketing positions to get ready for a job interview. In this blog post, you can find tips and general questions for a “Digital Marketing” job interview. Also, you can check open Digital Marketing job positions…
We have been hiring UX Designers for many years. In that time, I have read many UX Designer resumes and I can tell you there are really important differences between beautifully crafted and uninspiring CVs. Here some tips to prepare a great User Experience Designer CV to get you hired. Resumes are the first things most recruiters and hiring managers look at to understand if you are suitable for the job.ByBerfu Sahin
UXswitch spoke exclusively to Edward Conmy, Managing Director of RattleBerry.co about how human centred design can make for better candidate experiences and more successful recruitment agencies. I own and run a specialist recruitment business. It’s called Rattleberry. The sweet spot for us is hiring UX designers. This is not an easy life. There are a lot of requests for talented designers…ByBerfu Sahin
Sometime in March, the Senate in the United States of America had a vote to eliminate broadband privacy rules that would require internet service providers (ISP’s) to get consumer’s explicit consent before selling or sharing web browsing data and other private information with advertisers and other companies. Thereafter, President Trump gave the green light to sell consumers browsing history and since then, critics believe that an individual’s right to privacy is being threatened and curtailed with the…ByBlessing Duke
Shots fired – adland’s problem with digital We summarize, and take a look at the evolving reaction to, Marc Pritchard’s IAB speech at the beginning of the year. Digital adland and publishers were put on one year’s notice to clean up their act, and as the end of Q1 approaches, we thought we’d bring the story up to date. On the 29th of January, Proctor and Gamble’s Chief Brand Officer Marc Pritchard pressed the media for…ByBlessing Duke
Welcome to the RattleBerry RoundUp. This is a weekly series where we select a topic of interest to our clients and panel members working in experience design, product management, marketing technology and digital transformation. We hope you enjoy it and we look forward to reading your feedback and comments! Let us know either way on LinkedIn. Here at RattleBerry, we collaborate with large, multi-layed corporations operating in various sectors such as finance, aviation, media and retail. Our clients for quite some time now, adopt and invest more and more in the Agile project and software deliver method. But why are they doing this? Well, our view is they find the methods used very suitable for delivering front end products, website and apps. This is the intersection of user experience design and digital innovation, where we recruit exclusively. So, we thought a deeper dive into the make up of agile team, common terms you hear and more merited a round-up.
Welcome to the RattleBerry RoundUp. This is a weekly series where we select a topic of interest to our clients and panel members working in experience design, product management, marketing technology and digital transformation. We hope you enjoy it and we look forward to reading your feedback and comments! Let us know either way on LinkedIn. Here at RattleBerry, we have built a panel of senior professionals focused on experience design and digital transformation in the connected age. Product managers are an integral part of our panel. For some time now we have received applications from candidates who aspire to become product managers. It is a very sought after and “now” position that most large enterprises prioritise and are looking to hire in. With this in mind we are often asked how can someone get into product management? So we wrote a round up to help understand how to achieve this in an in-depth way from some long read articles from the best in the business.ByEleni
Welcome to the RattleBerry RoundUp. This is a weekly series where we select a topic of interest to our clients and panel members working in experience design, product management, marketing technology and digital transformation. We hope you enjoy it and we look forward to reading your feedback and comments! Let us know either way on LinkedIn. “What do Amazon.com, Canada Post, and Ace Hardware have in common? They all have a great focus on customer experience, which has played a large role in their overall success and they did so without a customer experience team”. This is the starting phrase of the article that I recently came across No, You Don't Need A Customer Experience Team, posted at Forbes. What, however, does the term Customer Experience (CX) mean? A hot and very "now" topic that is relevant to our audience of clients and panel members. So we wanted to write a round up that will help you understand the topic in an in-depth way from some long read articles from the best in the business.