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4 Reasons Why I Love Working at Blink UX

4 Reasons Why I Love Working at Blink UX

Brigitt Rains

Blink UX is a user experience research and design firm specializing in digital products. What really differentiates Blink UX is our research: All of our client and project recommendations are based on actual end-user observational data.

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Blink Events: Halloween—Not Just for Kids Anymore

Blink Events: Halloween—Not Just for Kids Anymore

Sarah Miller

One of my focus areas at Blink is how to create a great working culture where employees are committed to their work, but also have fun spending time together and enjoy coming to the office every day. In my opinion one of the easiest ways to do that is to celebrate the obvious and take a break from the average routine.

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Blinker Profile: Meet Jake Fleisher

Blinker Profile: Meet Jake Fleisher

Jake Fleisher

As a kid, I never really knew what I wanted to do (like some other kids), but I always knew what I liked to do: art stuff, mechanical stuff, I liked to draw a lot, and I also liked to take things apart, fix and make things, and sometimes turn things into complete and utter clusters.

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Blinker Profile: Meet Katie Greiner

Blinker Profile: Meet Katie Greiner

Katie Greiner

I’ve always enjoyed problem solving, that’s why I chose to study math in my undergrad.

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Blinker Profile: Meet Ankitha Bharadwaj

Blinker Profile: Meet Ankitha Bharadwaj

Ankitha Bharadwaj

So I realized fairly early on that Blink was the place to be if I wanted to grow as a user researcher. With a little persistence, I managed to squeeze my way through those big glass doors and landed myself an informational interview.

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Blink's Response to Nepal Earthquakes

Blink's Response to Nepal Earthquakes

Darshana Tuladhar

It happened again—my phone started buzzing, nudging me out of slumber. In a sleepy haze I looked down and read, “Another 7.4 Earthquake hit Nepal.” I was awake.

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Why I Speak — The Value of Thought Leadership

Why I Speak — The Value of Thought Leadership

Claire Carlson

It always sounds like a good idea when you agree to speak at an event three or four months in advance. “Sure! No problem,” I said when Amy Dickson from Blink marketing asked if she could submit me. A couple months go by and I think, “Man I should really start thinking about my talk.

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What Gets You Fired?

What Gets You Fired?

Karen Clark Cole

It sounded absurd to me, but apparently no one at Blink had any idea what gets him or her fired. “Oh dear,” I thought. “That’s a problem.”

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Ask Your Clients What They Need, Every Day

Ask Your Clients What They Need, Every Day

Karen Clark Cole

It’s my goal to build a company that people love. Employees love working for us and clients love working with us. It all boils down to building relationships — myself building meaningful relationships with each employee, and everyone in our company building those same kinds of relationships with each other and our clients.

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Last Week Was Awesome

Last Week Was Awesome

Jeff Alpen

Last week was awesome and here’s why: I was inspired and educated by my team every single day last week.

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Blink Links & March 5, 2012

Blink Links & March 5, 2012

Tom Satwicz, Ph.D.

This week at Blink we have been reading and discussing…

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Creating a Business that’s Optimized for Personal Growth and a Thriving Culture: Blin...

Karen Clark Cole and her leadership philosophies are featured on the Center for Values-Driven Leadership’s website.

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