Posts Tagged: Facebook

I really like Facebook’s *internal* policies on harassment and bullying

These seem really well thought out and articulate. policies … center around six principles, entail developing standards for respectful behavior at work, mandatory harassment training for managers and interns, treating all claims with urgency and respect, having an investigation process that “protects employees from stigma or retaliation,” maintaining a process that is “consistently applied in… Read more »

Why Mark Zuckerberg doesn’t use Facebook

Bloomberg Business Week has an article about the team who runs Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page. It’s really no surprise that he doesn’t run it himself for two reasons: It’s important. He uses consultants as well as a full-time staff to make sure that it stays up to date and keeps his 85 million of followers… Read more »

Who uses social media? Duh statistics.

HypeBot has some “interesting” projections that match their name (hyped up). They claim that the number of 65-year-old and older social media users are going to increase by 2m in the next year. At first I was skeptical, and not just because of their name or the heinous colors they chose, but because I can’t think of… Read more »

Gender equality starts with icons?

Much to my dismay, not long into my tenure as a Facebook designer I found something in the company glyph kit worth getting upset about. There in the middle of the photoshop file were two vectors that represented people. The iconic man was symmetrical except for his spiked hairdo but the lady had a chip… Read more »

The Future of Apple, Amazon, Facebook, & Google

Awesome 15m video with some neat assessments of the future of these 4 big companies. Usually I make it around 2 minutes into something like this before giving up, but I actually watched it all. Scott Galloway does a great job of outlining the risks and business future. Obviously ANY of these companies can pivot,… Read more »