Emmy® Award-winning transmedia studio, Neon Media, is developing Shrapnel, an innovative new shooter game. Our Diversity+ recruiting solution is helping them build a diverse team, including a super-talented new Lead Product Designer.
The New York Public Library asked us to help their entire UX division. The key? Matching the right skill sets with the right projects. Aquent Studios took on the task and helped them write the next chapter in their storied 125-year history.
The UX Research Team at Indeed wanted to improve their diversity. We helped by identifying areas needing more diverse representation, crafting inclusive job descriptions, and filling their jobs with top talent. Has it been a success? Indeed, it has.
We all love Atlassian products like Jira, Trello, and Confluence because they make our teams more successful. And guess what? Atlassian relies on us to help secure the best contract talent possible to support their own in-house studio.
When Chewy brought in a new VP, their goal was to shift the brand out of startup mode with a best-in-class Product Design and UX Team. Our strategic, consultative approach to hiring has them within reach of that goal.
Amazon Studios plans to release as many as 30 films a year worldwide. So their Global Marketing Team has its work cut out for it. Good thing they use RoboHead project management software to help create promotional materials for all that great entertainment.
As a healthcare company, CVS knows how important it is to make accessibility a priority. That’s why they count on our seriously skilled talent to help create experiences that are accessible to all on every project.
Diversity is key for Fannie Mae, as they create opportunities for more people to buy, refinance, or rent homes. It’s also key for Scout, whose thousands of recruiters help Fannie Mae reach a bigger pool of IT candidates to meet their diversity goals.