Articles on collaboration

Nicole Thayer

Nicole Thayer

Building for Intersectionality in Tech: Intersectionality and Software Engineering

By Nicole Thayer & Tiffany Wong Note: This is the third post in this blog series on intersectionality in tech. Check out the first, second, and fourth posts. Welcome back to our ongoing series about how employees at Carbon Five are approaching conversations about intersectionality in tech. For more information on why we’re doing this and what we’re

Brandy Davis-Balsamo

Brandy Davis-Balsamo

Working with Guests: Seven Tips for Getting your Company Ready to Leverage External Firepower

Companies have been successfully partnering with consultants since the dawn of time. Think IDEO’s work with Apple to create the mouse or Microsoft’s work with IBM to create MS-DOS. Our nation’s competitive strength comes, in large part, from this openness to collaborate, to learn from each other, to move quicker, and to leverage outside strengths,

Courtney Hemphill

Courtney Hemphill

How to Promote Psychological Safety on Your Team

Psychological Safety is the shared belief that everyone within an organization can take risks without feeling insecure or embarrassed. Almost as simple as it sounds – it’s the idea that employees feel safe to do their best work. When an organization prioritizes psychological safety it creates an environment that also promotes inclusivity. It ensures that

Alexa Roman

Alexa Roman

Stickies.io Updated – More Color, Less Shadow

We’ve heard lots of feedback from those of you using Stickies.io. Today, we launched a few small updates. Here’s what’s new: 1) New landing screen – with an easier way to give us feedback 2) More color, less shadows – for a brighter day 3) New background – behold the dots! 4) Most importantly – we dropped the name

David Hendee

David Hendee

UX Recipe: Developer Wireframe Walkthrough

This is the first in a series of posts highlighting Lean UX practices at Carbon Five. They are presented as ‘recipes’ for you try out for yourself, then alter them to make them your own. While more and more of our clients are engaging us in full-service design/build projects, we still enjoy working with outside

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