It’s harder and more interesting, because when you’re working on a product that’s already launched, other people are tackling the big stuff, and all you have to do is improve the little things. After years of using his UI skills at companies like Cars. com, Higi and SIM Partners he joined Reputation. com in 2018 through an acquisition – and is now playing a key role in the continued success of our social suite. Instead of thinking, “Yes, this is a tool, and I need to use it to do my job,” you’ll think, “I love my job, and that’s in part because the tool I use to do it is so useful and easy to use.” “That’s what I like”: I always try to put myself in the user’s shoesArt: Above all, it’s an incredible privilege to work and learn from such talented, intelligent and friendly people. Art Sangurai, the engineering director of the Reputation.com social package, is not your average programmer. Thanks in part to my training in graphic design, my strengths have always been user experience and workflow and user advocacy. Because so many people work remotely during the pandemic, I’ve been able to take several trips while working: as long as you have a laptop and a cup of coffee, you can do anything. We switched to a SaaS model, which is very similar to the Reputation.com model, which allowed us to purchase it from Reputation.com in 2018. If you can get people to like your product, you will create traction, and people will advocate for your product and your brand. As the son of an artist, he started out as a graphic designer and accidentally and in the spotlight began his career as a creator. I’m a firm believer in this, especially with a product like Reputation.com’s Social Suite. If you are a social media administrator and use this app daily, we need to make sure your experience is clear, concise and enjoyable. You’re a cat! It doesn’t work at all, but I like it anyway. I was in business administration at university, but I was already working as a graphic designer: my father was an architect and designer. I started freelancing as soon as I graduated, and I held that job for about ten years.