Think design strategy might be the career path for you, but not sure where to start? Here are 4 ways to get your feet wet and gain experience.
“Design Strategist” is a term that wraps up lots of different roles and responsibilities. First and foremost, we’re researchers, meaning we’re always asking questions and looking to end users to answer them for us.
Considering a non-traditional MBA recruiting path? We’ll you’re in for a roller coaster ride in your second year, but it may be worth it. I went through it, so I thought I’d share my story and the few pearls of wisdom I can offer.
It’s been many years since I learned a skill that was just, well, so NEW for me. At work, I am faced with new situations all the time, but, really, they all fit cozily within somewhat of a familiar realm. Minutes after resting that violin under my jaw, I was struck by what a fascinating experience it was to learn something so new as an adult.
A few weeks ago, the team at Peer Insight blew my mind when they surprised with a half-day long celebration of … me. They called it Fest O’ Jess and for a whole afternoon I was honored with messages of gratitude and memories (both good and bad) of my time with the firm, all the while partaking in two of my favorite activities: beer and history. I walked away feeling humbled and awe struck