I strongly believe clear, concise communication is a key for successful completion of projects. Forming genial work relationship bonds adds to further professional, cohesion. Friendship not required, but trust, daily communication and concerns, and timely updates lessen the tension arch of any project. I appreciated the hardworking, collaborative team leads and colleagues.
Lately, I've noticed more focus on user experience people skills seminars and courses. I attended a virtual conference while at Apollo called People Skills for UX in May 2015.
In short and for lack of a better analogy, the "hand" of Ux fits effortlessly into the "glove" of Ux people skills. Ideal, I know. Another skill set—I feel—is mandatory.
The Application Center app was launched earlier this year. I tried getting access, but a former Apollo product manager stated
students who register get access.
“An invaluable partner, Henry is perceptive to the needs of non-designers, using his analytical and creative mind to provide multiple designs to solve a single problem. The quality of his work is high, his turnaround time is exceptional, and he is very positive and pleasant to work with.”
— Kate Klingensmith, former Sr. Product Manager at Apollo Tech–University of Phoenix