Only eight jobs made it in to my Evernote list this week – an eclectic mix as well. Zak is building a really interesting team at the Bristol Museum service – they are trying new things and taking a few risks – well worth a look if you are a usability type: User Researcher […]Read more "5th July 2015 #jukesiejobs"
You might have noticed over the last few Sundays I have been playing around a little with the hashtag #jukesiejobs over on Twitter and elsewhere. Basically after all my recent experiences trying to recruit for ONS and the constant difficulty we have had in getting on eye-balls on the job ads* I have been wondering […]Read more "MVPing with #jukesiejobs"
[I’ve been trying this surfing metaphor a lot lately to try and explain the idea that the kind of work I am doing – and the perceived success of some of it – is less to do with me or even my team and more to do with a change in conditions that allowed these […]Read more "Surfing the wave of change"
Try as I might I can’t muster any enthusiasm for the whole ‘internet of things’ movement. I can acknowledge that there are likely benefits in it somewhere but most of the ‘smart home’ stuff I’ve read about to date sends me straight to snooze mode. On the other hand I find myself increasingly excited […]Read more "The Internet of Stuff"
Arthur C. Clarke famously had three laws. Now Cory Doctorow has come up with his own trinity. So I have decided to put my own stake in the ground. I only have one law at the moment but you have to start somewhere. I am also pretty sure that I have stolen it from somebody […]Read more "Jukesie’s Law"