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Jonathan Eyler-Werve (@EylerWerve) | Twitter
How we work:

* Include everyone. Listen.
* Strategy first, then tools.
* Fail early. Innovate. Repeat.
* Learn onto documents.
* Define success with metrics.
workflow  teamwork  manifesto  workculture 
september 2017 by dirtystylus
Where should designers sit? – Org Design for Design Orgs
There is a third way, for companies with enough office space. Designers can have two seats — a primary one with their cross-functional team, and a secondary one with their design team (or with the whole design org). That way they still spend most of their time with their cross-functional colleagues, but also get time for critique, fresh eyes, fresh thinking, mentorship, etc., from the rest of the design team.
design  management  workflow  collaboration  office  workculture  techculture  teamwork 
june 2017 by dirtystylus
Lemi Orhan Ergin on Twitter: "Let's clarify: * Jira is not Agile * Open Source is not Free * Using cloud is not DevOps * Rituals is not Scrum * Developed is not Done"
Let's clarify:
* Jira is not Agile
* Open Source is not Free
* Using cloud is not DevOps
* Rituals is not Scrum
* Developed is not Done
code  workflow  teamwork  opensource  agile 
may 2017 by dirtystylus
How to Manager
A manager's job is to empower (service), not control (authority).

So much pathology on software teams comes from somebody confusing that.😣
management  techculture  service  teambuilding  teamwork  workflow  1:1  twitterthread  twitter 
february 2017 by dirtystylus
“Content & Display Patterns,” an article by Dan Mall
Ten projects of this type along, I feel like I’m getting the hang of what to look for and how to design this way. For those that are a bit newer though, one of the exercises I often turn to when I’m having trouble visualizing a content workflow is to think about how my boss, my client, or I would manage and maintain the content. I do that by designing a fake CMS for the piece I’m working on.
webdev  designpatterns  design  webdesign  via:danielmall  content  contentstrategy  styleguide  workflow  teamwork 
october 2016 by dirtystylus
Agency Innovators | Sparkbox | Web Design and Development
So how do we choose what technologies to adopt and when? I encourage the team at Sparkbox to ask a series of questions that focus on goals and key traits of the technology. There are countless considerations, and these are some of the consistent questions we ask ourselves—those that hit at the traits we want to bring to our technology decision making, especially when it involves our clients’ futures.
teamwork  workflow  learning  learningorg  via:sparkbox 
september 2016 by dirtystylus
Production is an Artifact of Development
Check out my Prod is an Artifact of Development slides : 15 minutes! #drupalcon
devops  pantheon  webdev  process  workflow  presentation  slideshow  drupalcon2016 
may 2016 by dirtystylus
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