Over time some logos require an update or refresh. In November, I highlighted some logos that benefitted from a redesign. These logos dropped fussy details for a modern, more streamlined look.
Articles in Category: April
It's officially Spring – Finally! Flowers are blooming! Birds are singing (Mark and I have a bird that visits our window sill regularly, we've named him Herman)! Trees are turning green (and their pollen is turning my blue car green!) Butterflies are showing off their colors! There's spring cleaning!
WAIT! What? Who snuck that housework-y one in?
So recently, I gave you some tips on networking for introverts. This time around, I would like to give you some tips on networking for extroverts. An extrovert, as defined by Merriam-Webster, is a friendly person who likes being with and talking to other people: an outgoing person.
Every day, my inbox fills up with several e-newsletters, Google alerts, monitors, and blogs. While most people would call this "spam" or "useless trash", this daily influx of emails is a treasure trove of golden content for me. I am a content curator, or in laymen's terms, I collect and share content from others. While it takes a little time commitment, there are two really good reasons why I do it and why you should too:
Our last two SageAdvice posts by Sarah and Guest Blogger Shawn Chenault of F1 Solutions, discussed several tools that make working from a remote location easier. With technology today, we are now able to access our files from anywhere, conduct meetings, share ideas, and collaborate together – almost like we are in the same office.