This is our Bynder Career blog, where employees write from the heart, from all walks of life, with equally valued backgrounds
Detaching design from designer
Giving and receiving feedback is an integral part of building products and one could argue it’s impossible for teams to build great ones without it.
How we learned to trust our developers with infrastructure changes
This is a tale of how Bynder engineers went from week-long waits to having the power to change infrastructure on their own.
Journey into Bynder: How to hunt for jobs in a mindful way
As a Product Designer who recently joined Bynder, I hold these situations close to my heart because they happened very recently, and I know many designers who could relate to this chaos and workload at some point in their lives too.
How to manage your time like a badass
The good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to taking control of your calendar and get some necessary design time.
Journey into Bynder: Making the b̶e̶s̶t̶ right decision
I sat down on the street all suited up with a wedding cake in one hand, making decisions about my future on the phone.
Cross-team UX: the Quest of designing in multiple squads
As I grow older as a UX professional (and hopefully a little wiser), I realise that every so often, my job is about something else.
Journey into Bynder: 5 ways to cope with a new life abroad
I am writing to share my experiences with anyone who is in a similar position since there’s a lot of conversation about joining new teams, but not nearly as much about migrating to a new location for a new job.
Welcome to Bynder Design
UX has been a trendy concept for about 30 years now, and yet, as UX professionals we are still faced with lots of misconceptions over what we’re meant to do or what value we really provide.
Stories that Bynd Us: Pride month
For 15+ years, I always celebrated Pride in a similar way - meet friends for brunch, attend the Boston Pride Parade, which went right through the South End of Boston
Why attending conferences is beneficial for everyone
Have you ever seen an ad, a tweet or a LinkedIn article about a conference that seemed intriguing and thought That could be interesting but do I really need it?
Stories that Bynd Us: Juneteenth
On June 19, 1865, Juneteenth—also known as Emancipation Day, Freedom Day—stands as an enduring symbol of Black American freedom