Percolate’s design team drives the company towards its mission to build The System of Record for Marketing.
You’ll design software and customer experiences that help global marketing teams work together. Product Designers collaborate with Product Management and Engineering to plan, design, and build, our web and mobile software products. Our Creative team conceive and execute campaigns and communications in partnership with our Marketing team.
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Creating the Transition Experience
Telling the Percolate
Visualizing the Plans of Global Teams
Helping Teams Collaborate from Anywhere
Showcasing our Latest Products
Connecting Strategy to Execution
Hear from the team
Figuring out Enterprise Design
The words “enterprise” and “software” were not something I had put together before joining Percolate. I’ve written this post to share my learnings on what it means to design software for the enterprise.
Creativity Meets Productivity
Organization is not typically associated with creativity – some of the most innovative minds in history were notoriously disorganized. There is a famous photograph taken for Time magazine of Einstein’s desk on the day he died: piles of papers everywhere...
A Conversation with Molly Young
Molly Young is one of those people that you google and instantly feel bad about yourself. She is not only the Director of Copy at Warby Parker, she also makes crossword puzzles for the New York Times, is about to publish a book with Penguin Press, and creates apps in her spare time.
2016: A Year in Design
As 2016 came to a close I’ve been reflecting on our progress against the bets. This post shares how design has developed at Percolate over the last year.
How we make product films in-house
This post outlines how we went about it for our latest product film ‘Percolate 101’, from the team and equipment involved, to the process and timeline we developed.
How Designers Learn Business
Last week Joshua Taylor just wrote this piece on ‘Why designers shouldn’t code. They should study business.’ It gets at what I believe is the biggest responsibility of designers today — understanding the business of our customers to increase the impact design has.