Startup for Startup

Unplugged for Designers

- Make it simple -

Online

30 March, 2020

Unplugged- Make it simple | Our online podcast event​

Startup for Startup Unplugged: Make it Simple – our second live podcast event put the spotlight on design. We talked about how to create simple experiences for complex products, and how to simplify processes so that everyone in the company thinks design.

Check out the videos & blog posts about the event below.

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By the time COVID-19 erupted in Israel, we had already closed the location, design, giveaways, lightning, and schedule of our second “Unplugged” event. At that point we still didn’t know that for this event we would not…

Speakers and Host

Lior Krengel

Head of “Startup for Startup”
initiative at

Rotem Waissman

Head of Design at

Nadav Barkan

Head of Design at

Eran Helft

Mobile Product Lead at

Shani Frenkel

Mobile Design Lead at

Agenda

18:15

Online gathering

18:30

Making everyone in the company think design

With Rotem Waissman, Head of Design at monday.com, and Nadav Barkan,
Head of Design at Fiverr

19:30

From desktop to mobile - Creating a simple user experience

With Shani Frenkel, Mobile Design Lead and Eran Helft, Mobile Product Lead, at monday.com

Questions answered during the event by our speakers

1. What "content" (book, blog, newsletter, podcast, & Etc) has impacted your work the most?

monday.com hires only from top 2% of the talent pool. Not only that, a successful hire also requires having the right culture fit. Meaning, candidates must be able to play their musical instrument while being in the same key as the rest of the company.

2. What mistake taught you the most?

monday.com hires only from top 2% of the talent pool. Not only that, a successful hire also requires having the right culture fit. Meaning, candidates must be able to play their musical instrument while being in the same key as the rest of the company.

3. What do you do when you’re stuck on a challenge, question, or problem?

monday.com hires only from top 2% of the talent pool. Not only that, a successful hire also requires having the right culture fit. Meaning, candidates must be able to play their musical instrument while being in the same key as the rest of the company.

Speakers and Host

Lior Krengel

Head of “Startup for Startup”
initiative at

Rotem Waissman

Head of Design at

Nadav Barkan

Head of Design at

Shani Frenkel

Mobile Design Lead at

Eran Helft

Mobile Product Lead at

Agenda

18:15

Online gathering

18:30

With Rotem Waissman, Head of Design at monday.com, and Nadav Barkan,
Head of Design at Fiverr

19:30

With Shani Frenkel, Mobile Design Lead and Eran Helft, Mobile Product Lead, at monday.com