…r a project and figure out which pieces of design are most important to get right for each release. Maybe it’s okay to release to 10% of users without having all the spacing perfectly tweaked, but maybe getting the right error messaging in is crucial before releasing to everyone.
Invite them to research studies, design sessions, brainstorms, and more! These are opportunities to have engineers understand the problem at hand. These experiences also pay dividends in the future, when they’re able to contribute valuable ideas back to the project.
Students from the top 10% wealthiest families ($300k+ CAD) had annual household incomes over 6 times greater than those of students’ families from the poorest 10% (<$50k CAD) . However, students from the poorest families earned on average 40% more than students from the wealthiest families during the later co-op terms: $36.30/hr CAD compared to $26.10/hr CAD .
…d-dirty research and discovered that a handful of our partner APIs have incredibly ambiguous names. More precise labelling will mean some documentation updates, which generated a bit of good-natured grumbling. But a bit of employee grumble is way better than a whole lot of user confusion.