UX—User Experience—is the gateway to your website, your business, and your world. Make sure you design it so new clients can effortlessly walk right though, or watch them give up and go elsewhere.
You've invested time, money, and energy building your brand, telling your story, perfecting your logo. Why cut corners on your presentation deck, when an interested audience is finally right in front of you? Don't make that mistake—read this blog post instead.
This is the "Other Rule of Three." Practice your speech or presentation three times, so your audience will be charmed.
Implementing organizational change can be hard on everyone—workers, clients, and management alike. Don't shy away from much-needed corporate transformation, however! There are ways to keep everyone calm, and carry on.
If you’ve been trying to brainstorm ways to grow your business in diverse markets, reading this short, practical, actionable book may be your second big opportunity.
This article is the last in a three-part series on how you can easily use graphic design principles in PowerPoint
This article is the second in a three-part series on how you can easily use graphic design principles in PowerPoint
The most effective arguments, the ones that transform nations, win elections, and guide popular culture, are almost never the ones that follow the ground rules of productive debate. More often they are cynical appeals to emotion, cognitive bias, and the sort of tribalism that makes critical thinking seem unwise, dangerous, or even treasonous.