Interview with Cocone Employee #2! Client Development: Mr. Horio
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Now, continuing from the last issue, we will bring you the second interview with a Cocone employee: ……!
This series focuses on one of Cocone’s employees and ” what kind of people work at Cocone and what kind of thoughts and feelings the employees have.
The person interviewed for this report is Mr. Digio, Client Engineer!
Client engineers are responsible for developing the “” application, that is, ” all the parts that are visible to the “”.
The main job is to realize what the business unit wants to do in the client area, but it is also important to fulfill other requests from the product planning design/UI/action team, etc.
The most rewarding thing for me is the feeling that “what I have made has reached the customer! This is the most rewarding part of the job. I am so happy to hear various comments and reactions that I sometimes look into social networking sites, and it is fun to sometimes meet people who are playing in interesting ways that are beyond our imagination.
At the same time, we realize every day how difficult it is to create a service that has no right answer in the field of entertainment. Even if we think ” ” really good! It is a difficult point that things don’t always go the way we want them to go.
Nevertheless, that is what makes this job so interesting, so I feel that the rewarding and the difficult are basically two sides of the same coin.
Why did you join Cocone?
I entered the game industry because I wanted to create online games and was approached by the Cocone side.
Online games have roughly two elements: ” play” “” communication among “, ” and I was originally interested in the latter.
I was fascinated by the fact that Cocone is a company that creates many services that have a gaming element but also place a great deal of emphasis on communication, and I decided to join the company.
Well, it’s true that many of Cocone’s apps are more like social networking sites than games. ……
What do you value in your client development work, Mr. Digio?
I always try to be aware of this, but I believe that the client engineer is not only the creator of the content, but also the first user to come into contact with it.
Therefore, I think it is important not only to create what we are told, but also to always keep in mind the viewpoint of a user so that we can imagine “what the customer would think if we implemented this as it is “.
Cocone values “sensitivity.” What does “sensitivity” mean to you?
I think it is a part of how ” person ” thinks/feels”.
As a service creator, I don’t want to release anything that I or my team members don’t feel is good, so “sensitivity” is an area I really value and focus on in my work.
I would like to create something that I can confidently say is good and that ” to the ” sensibility” of the customer (……).
Finally, do you have a message for those who are considering joining the company now?
I feel that one of the major characteristics of Cocone is that we always ” “what customers think ” top of our thinking, rather ” “is it interesting “””
Therefore, we would like to focus on services that are closer to our customers! I want to provide such services! I think it would be wonderful if we could work with people who have the idea of
The interview with Mr. Hagio left a strong impression when he “, “The difficult part of creating entertainment is that there is no right answer.
The answer to what is wonderful exists in each individual, in other words, there is no absolute right answer. ……This is exactly the part that is “” “!
What we have created as good may not always be received as good, but we want to continue to send out products that we can have confidence in! I could feel their passion for their work. ……
The next interview will be with an infrastructure engineer!