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- Do I need it?Do I Need It? di-ni is your personal handbrake to unplanned spending. The responsive app monitors the frequency of spending rather that amount to help you work out where you shop the most. Adapting to your buying history it can use location services to act as a helpful nudge, when you’re near somewhere you may be tempted to make an impulse purchase.
- How has dyslexia affected you?I used to think having dyslexia was a burden, but have since learnt that it can be a blessing. As dyslexic people tend to be more curious, creative and intuitive than the average person. We’re working on a project where we are sharing stories about people who have dyslexia, to create awareness and change perceptions. If you or someone you know are dyslexic, We’d love for you to get involved through the link: https://bit.ly/3qdH80A To keep updated with the project follow us on instagram & twi
- Have you heard of the Russell Cotes museum?Working collaboratively with Holly Hand, we took inspiration from the art work in the museum, and created a series of coasters which were hidden around Bournemouth town and beach area. When the coasters were returned to the museum visitors were able to get a free hot drink.
- Who controls what you see?A respose to a social experiement where facebook were testing the effects of seeing either positive or negative posts . The gif series could easily be shared on social media. The purpose was to act as a comment piece to make people stop and think about how much information we share online and who is really in control of what we are exposed to.
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- Unconscious bias: why there is no quick fix and how we can work together to resolve it.We recently launched a ‘blind recruitment’ tool - where candidates are assessed solely on their skills & creative output - with the aim of giving recruiters the option to challenge their unconscious biases in the first stage of shortlisting candidates. Of course, in a bias-free world, we wouldn't need 'blind recruitment'. But until then, like ‘blind’ orchestra auditions where musicians are judged solely on their musical quality, it's one of the small drops that can create an ocean of change.
- Tackling unequal hiring with our new ‘bias blocker’ toolWe’re thrilled to announce the launch of our bias blocker tool! This is our most recent step to help support fair hiring practices. The tool represents exactly what we stand for as a company, which was born out of our founder Pip Jamieson’s passion to make the creative industry more open and diverse.29
- 'Meet the Developer' - The Dots feature in the App StoreWe're jumping for joy that we've been featured in the 'Meet the Developer' section of the App Store! Complete with behind the scenes imagery of The Dots team at work, Apple gave millions of their users a fantastic insight about what we do and why we do it. See below for the article in full. Download our app over on the App Store! Written and published by Apple, 22nd July 2018. Pip Jamieson says, unashamedly, that she always “wanted global domination”. She began The Dots, a professional networ40
- Meet 100 LGBT+ Trailblazers Redefining the Creative IndustryWe asked influential LGBT+ icons to nominate trailblazers who they believe are redefining the creator landscape. The result? A unique and incredible list of 100 trailblazing LGBT+ folk breaking barriers and inspiring change! We’re on a mission to explore and tackle inequalities in the creative industry - this is why we run diversity initiatives, dedicating our curated projects and people sections on The Dots to undersung groups. This brings together an abundance of dazzling work from diverse cr100
- Designing The Dots iOS AppWe’re proud to announce the debut of The Dots in the App Store. We’ve spent the last few months researching, designing, developing, and testing it. We hope you love using it as much as we loved making it. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at what went into the making of the app. Our vision The vision has (and always will be) to build The Dots into the biggest professional networking platform for the future workforce of ‘No Collar’ workers globally. This has never been about just helping people c59
UX ConsultantAfro Creative Space
London, United KingdomFreelance
At Afro Creative Space, everyone can simply be themselves. I love my afro and big smile, as I see it as being part of what makes me, me. We value diversity, creativity, curiosity, and community. Come as you are, everyone else is already taken. I look forward to supporting you in meeting your business goals! https://afrocreativespace.com
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