More workshops, less meetings ✏️ #85

This week, we met with a new client who works in the events sector and ran a requirements gathering w
More workshops, less meetings ✏️ #85
By Ross Chapman • Issue #85 • View online
This week, we met with a new client who works in the events sector and ran a requirements gathering workshop with them.
These are workshops not meetings, so instead of discussing about what we could do, we went ahead and just started work on creating solutions to small jobs, using the Jobs to be done technique.
It was also my first time at Etch London, and having neighbours such as Mint and IDEO, as well as all the food options on Leather Lane, I’m loving working for a company that lets me do more of what I love.
As ever, thanks for supporting this issue,
- Ross
p.s. We’re totally hiring right now for developers, designers and marketing folk.


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Coolness 😎
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Here's to more work, less talking about work
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