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SEP Plans Expansion, Standalone HQ in Hamilton County

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WESTFIELD, Ind. (June 4, 2020) – SEP, a software product design and development company, announced plans today to expand its operations, constructing a new corporate headquarters along U.S....
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A Pandemic Isn’t a Reason to Stop Researching (but… It Might Be a Good Reason to Start)

When it comes to doing user research, I’m always going to recommend learning with someone in their own space. Seeing someone...
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Increase Your Remote Professionalism By Leveling Up Your Virtual Presence

How to stand out on Zoom, Skype, and other video conferencing platforms by being intentional with your video setup At the end...
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Fifteen Fives at SEP

At SEP we rely on face to face interaction. Team huddles, standups, retros, pairing at a desk, walking by each other in the hallway,...
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WFH: Using Zoom Meetings to Get Things Done

One week into working from home I learned real quick that “what was” couldn’t continue. Suddenly my family became my co-workers....
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Our Rapid Prototyping Engagement

I just finished up a three week long, rapid prototyping project with a development team of four: 2 designers, 2 developers. Since...
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Introducing the Professional Development Canvas

It is a developed skill to take all the different things in my life and answer two questions, “What should I learn next,” and...
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Conference Talk Roadmap

Co-authored by Jordan Thayer and Robert Herbig Presenting information to your peers is an important part of an any career, especially...
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Inviting Clients Into Our Slack Workspace

At SEP, we design and develop software products for our customers. Our ability to do that well is founded on solid technical...
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Mind the Empathy Gap: 3 ways to stay empathetic as you level up

The title of this post references the iconic phrase from the London Underground, “Mind the gap.” It’s used to warn passengers...
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