Randall Morris

Randall Morris

Austin, TX The BHW Group Joined over 9 years ago via an invitation from Paul M. Randall has invited Matt Steel

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  • Posted to Free resource of 100k diverse faces generated by AI, Sep 18, 2019



    2 points
  • Posted to Leaving Product Design and Actually using my skills to start a business, Jul 29, 2019

    Congratulations on this success and for sharing here.

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  • Posted to Where to purchase dozens (or hundreds) of old cell phones / tablets?, in reply to Ryan DeBeasi , Jul 16, 2019

    Thanks, Ryan! I'll give eBay a shot.

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  • Posted to I'm Halli. AMA., in reply to Haraldur Thorleifsson , Jul 10, 2019

    Apologies for the late reply and thank you for the in-depth response. I appreciate you taking the time to do this!

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  • Posted to I'm Halli. AMA., in reply to Haraldur Thorleifsson , Jul 09, 2019

    Sure thing.

    We have a small product agency in Austin, TX. Our goal over the next 3-5 years is to grow the company to be in more locations, handling work that is both geographically and industry intentional, as well as providing options for our team to work out of.

    I was curious how Ueno goes about finding partners (clients) to work with and how you all scale your workforce up/down to meet those needs. Do you actively pitch work? If no, do you rely on people finding you/referrals? If yes, are there any specifics (other than making great work) that have aided people's ability to find you? (SEO, Dribbble, head-hunters, etc.)

    We're very conservative about hiring - in that we don't want to staff up for a big client win only to let them go a year later when that client's major milestones are done and there isn't the work to support them. At some point, risk will need to be taken and I was hoping you might be able to shed more light into how you and Ueno have been able to grow to your business goals.

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  • Posted to I'm Halli. AMA., Jul 09, 2019

    How long did it take you to go from 1 to 4 locations - and do you have any advice for growing a company in a responsible way?

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  • Posted to Human Terrain, Jun 27, 2019

    This is incredible

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  • Posted to 1 week into my new job and I'm thinking about quitting., Apr 10, 2019

    If you do quit - and it sounds like you will - give that company one-month's notice. I say 1 month because, presumably, they will have to start their search over again. Giving more time is also a good way to say 'it wasn't a good fit' and move on without burning any bridges.

    5 points
  • Posted to Phil Coffman Personal site – Everything Old is New Again , in reply to Duke Cavinski , Mar 21, 2019

    Same! Took me immediately back to the days of LiveJournal. The palette, type-choices, scale and everything else makes this feel incredibly easy to read and his writing style is engaging.

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  • Posted to Site Design: Portfolio of Bethany Heck, Feb 27, 2019

    I love her format - and her work is stellar. Admittedly, a sucker for anything Lou Dorfsman.

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