If there’s one thing 2020 has taught us, it’s that the Internet isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced many businesses to pivot and completely change how they operate. With an increasing amount of people staying home, we’ve seen more products and services move online while many employees continue to work remotely or in a hybrid setting. Because of this, your digital presence is more important than ever in 2021. If you’re like us, we’re excited and looking forward to the digital landscape of 2021. That’s why we created this guide, where we’re revealing the top digital marketing tips of 2021 to launch your brand into marketing success.
When you are interviewing with a new company, whether it is for your first tech job or you are moving your way up in your career, you will very likely be asked to take part in a technical interview. If this is your first time being invited to demonstrate your skills, this can absolutely be anxiety-inducing. There is just so much to know, do you know enough? What will they ask? What will I do? Who will be in the room? There are many variables, let’s take a closer look at what to expect during a technical interview for an IT job.
From the way a user finds the exact page they’re looking for on a site, to how they feel once they’ve accomplished their task, UI/UX designers think of it all. A career in UI/UX gives you the chance to think like a customer, and create apps and sites focused on giving them a great experience
Hiring managers and recruiters alike say they've seen more poorly written resumes cross their desks recently than ever before. Attract more interview offers and ensure your resume doesn't eliminate you from consideration by following these six key tips:
Even the most successful marketing teams can feel like they’re always playing catch-up. Consumer habits are constantly changing while evolving technology fuels further change – not only in the habits of your target customers but also the channels, tools and strategies at your disposal.