Design as a Communications Skill with Jina Bolton on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 20

Jina Anne (formerly Bolton) has gone from web design to web engineering and back again, so she understands what it takes to establish Design standards for a project and make them attractive, both visually and technically. In addition, Jina’s talent for evangelizing has helped make her Lightning Design System for Salesforce popular both inside the… Continue reading Design as a Communications Skill with Jina Bolton on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 20

Building Your Community First with Alex Hillman on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 19

A lot of people think of a coworking arrangement as renting a desk when you can’t work anywhere else. But Alex Hillman, the founder of Indy Hall, sees it as an opportunity to build a community, and maybe even help define the future of professional relationships both in and out of physical space. In this… Continue reading Building Your Community First with Alex Hillman on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 19

Getting Angry and Getting Things Done with Ashe Dryden on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 18

When Ashe Dryden gets angry, she does something about it. She writes, she speaks, she tweets, she hosts conferences such as AlterConf, and she organizes fundraising programs. And as an engineer who knows what it’s like to be a member of a marginalized group, the issue at the heart of Ashe’s anger is diversity awareness… Continue reading Getting Angry and Getting Things Done with Ashe Dryden on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 18

Creating Your Own Quiet Tribe with Jenny Feinberg on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 17

Instead of asking what people do, Jenny Feinberg advises us to ask people what they’re working on, what they’re struggling with, or even what they need help with. That’s one of the core ideas behind the “Quiet Tribe” Jenny’s building with her pop-up co-working community, Makespace. Jenny took her background in feminist theory and political… Continue reading Creating Your Own Quiet Tribe with Jenny Feinberg on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 17

Careers for the Modern Philosopher with Daniel Coffeen on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 16

I first came across Daniel Coffeen when I listened to his popular 2008 Rhetoric class after the entire semester of lectures was made available online for free by UC Berkeley. His powerful and enthusiastic approach to teaching a traditional academic subject impressed me, and I’ve been following his career ever since–or at least I thought… Continue reading Careers for the Modern Philosopher with Daniel Coffeen on Hack the Process Podcast, Episode 16