We’re going to start with The Canned-Food Phenomenon. Yeah I made that up. But bear with me. When processed, preserved, canned food first came into existence — it served a necessity: to feed soldiers in the war. Then it was commoditized and rolled out to society for time and convenience. Soon after, we opened the Pandora’s Box of… Continue reading Metaverse, you’re cringe (right now)
Setting up a Shopify store is very straightforward. Begin by signing up at Shopify, then add your products, select a theme, configure the back office for shipping, tax, and payments, configure a custom domain, and launch you store! ”A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.“ – Lao-Tzu An online store is… Continue reading How to Set up a Shopify Store
74 Shares Beautiful hand lettering motivational and inspiring quotes. I love hand lettering typography design and today shared some of the amazing handmade lettering designs for quote lovers. Lettering motivational, inspirational quotes and thoughts that can give you strength and power to work hard for what you want because it won’t come to you without a fight. In… Continue reading Best Hand Lettering Quotes For Inspiration
by AN Jay · March 23, 2020 Why asking Help from Allah is the ‘First Thing First’? As everything is in this universe has made by Allah, Almighty. He is the only One who has power over all. So, we should always ask help from the Almighty first to keep us away from these… Continue reading Coronavirus Alert! Precautionary Measures & Real-time Apps To Keep An Eye On Covid-19 Outbreak Situation
Why Instagram? With an advertising reach of 849.3 million users and growing, the marketing potential of this social media platform is something that is simply hard to ignore. But if we’re going to play the numbers game, Facebook’s 2 billion users certainly dwarfs the number of Instagram users. So why not just place all your… Continue reading 7 Simple Steps to Get Started with Instagram Ads
November 26, 2019 Hey friends! Wedding planning is starting to heat up with five months left to go. I was pretty ambitious about my writing schedule when I started my second year of blogging. I figured I had so much more free time on my hands versus what I had six months ago. But I… Continue reading 10 ways to help Accessibility at Conferences as a speaker
Flex it up We use a flexible working hours’ scheme at B&B, meaning that you are your own boss when it comes to define your daily 8-hour timetable. We know, however, that we do our best work and have the most fun when we are together in the office as much as possible. Working remotely… Continue reading Bakken & Bæck – Handbook
It’s part-amusing, part-infuriating to read articles about remote work efficiency that discusses changing your work area in the home into an cubicle that is office-like. This type of how-to articles mostly implies that the way that is only be effective while working remotely would be to mimic an office ambiance in the home or anywhere… Continue reading How to Stay Productive While Working Remotely
Let’s talk about why you, as a web designer, should be using pens and pencils more often. I’m going to give you some tips, tool suggestions, and plenty of reasons to roll your sleeves up and sketch! Step Away From the Computer The design process tends to isolate designers from the rest of the team, meaning… Continue reading Web Designers: Roll up Your Sleeves and Sketch!
Thousands of websites are being launched every day. In this scenario, your website needs to do everything and then some more to stay ahead of its competition. If this doesn’t happen, prepare yourself to see your customers prefer your competitor’s website over yours. This will lead to a loss of revenue and if this situation… Continue reading How to Redesign Your Website with Latest Trends to Stay Ahead of Competition?