Texas design leaders are a dispersed set of bright minds doing great work in their own orbits. With our noses to the grindstone (or computer monitors), it can be hard to find the time to learn, share, and reflect with our peers. We want to remedy this problem by creating a safe space for design leaders to share their hardest challenges, biggest wins, most effective leadership philosophies, and eye-openingest lessons.
Wasn't sure which category to put: UX Design or Functional, but I'm mostly proud of using multiple no code tools to save the business team time by addressing some of their pain points around organizing and inputting the data submissions coming in from our website. We've been able to streamline the business team's workflow through integrations with Zapier to route to Asana, Gmail, Copper, and Mailchimp. We send the applications through to Asana and auto assign it to the appropriate person. We also set up a system that will automatically add them to the Mailchimp list when they are moved to a certain column in Asana and also automatically creates and links opportunities in Copper. In addition, we've designed a minimal and aesthetically pleasing experience for people to find the information they need about this group.Visit website