Month: June 2021

Do Not Read This Post

Do Not Read This Post

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Customer Persona: What It Is and Why You Need It

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The F*CK Strategy

[wl_row ][wl_column column=”12″][wl_text_html margin_notebook_deprecator=”1″ margin_tablet_landscape_deprecator=”1″ margin_tablet_deprecator=”1″ margin_mobile_deprecator=”1″ scroll_delay=”300″] Do you like fried chicken? A year ago or so, KFC -the chicken fast-food chain- was featured in almost every news outlet in the UK: they ran out of chicken for an entire weekend. A horror story for a food-chain with 900 restaurants in the country. People were mad at them, …

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A Conflict of Interest?

[wl_row ][wl_column column=”12″][wl_text_html margin_notebook_deprecator=”1″ margin_tablet_landscape_deprecator=”1″ margin_tablet_deprecator=”1″ margin_mobile_deprecator=”1″ scroll_delay=”300″] Years ago, we faced something odd in a project: a customer was putting pressure on us while performing a One-Shot Hacking. The manager who hired us demanded preliminary results and made comments about how we should frame some of the findings, what to keep, and what to remove …

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