Unfinished Business episode 88: ‘A cage full of hungry dogs’ with Harry Roberts

This week on Unfinished Business, Harry Roberts and I have some pretty big, Boag-shaped, boots to fill after last week’s episode. Harry takes the opposite view to Paul about sharing personal struggles in a work context and worries about the impression that sharing give to prospective clients. Then we talk about how clients’ commissioning process for creative services is largely broken, the differences between an open conversation starter, an RFP and a brief and how we, as designers and developers, can help clients to commission what we do better.

This week’s episode is sponsored by Hover and by Antetype. Listen to the show for a very special discount on Antetype, only for Unfinished Business listeners.

This week we’re also supporting our friends at Whosit & Whatsit, a four-storey shop with affordable subscription model, built to support indie designers on the high street.


Availability

I’m available for hire to consult on and design products and websites. Based in North Wales, I travel regularly to work with clients world-wide.

Available from January 2020

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