Since Elon Musk named Clubhouse to be his favorite social network, the app’s popularity started growing exponentially. But in case you lived on another planet for the past few months, we’ll tell you about the network in a nutshell. Clubhouse is a new social network where users can communicate by voice only. Currently, the platform remains closed to the broad public because one can get there only by invitation of a friend who is already registered in the Clubhouse.
Users communicate in so-called rooms — audio chats, which can be public or private. The room has moderators, speakers, and listeners…
Attending and participating in conferences helps you be on the wave and keep up with trends in the global IT industry. Traditionally, we have created a new portion of IT conferences (online and offline) for the summer-fall season of 2021.
Date: July 15 & October 14, 2021
Digital Workplace Experience (DWX) focuses on successful digital workplaces and how you can improve your company. It is a traditional event that would be interesting for L&D, HR, and Employee Experience Executives, Communications & Company Culture Owners.
More details: https://www.dwexperience.com/
Date: 3–7 September, 2021
Format/Location: Offline/Berlin, Germany
IFA is a trade…
Many people will agree that one of the most challenging questions during a job interview is “How much do you want to earn?” On the one hand, we are afraid to exaggerate the salary amount and miss a great job opportunity. On the other hand, we can undervalue our expertise.
We bet each of us knows less talented, intelligent, hardworking, and skillful people than we are but they get more money than we do. And we wonder how this could happen?
This article is an attempt to look at this question from a professional and psychological perspective, using a graphic…
While creating something, designers often rely on the ideas they know. The generation of ideas and their evaluation is based on their personal experience and insights. Is it a wrong approach? It is neither good nor bad. It is one side of the coin. But how to start designing products accessible for everybody? The answer is to use an inclusive design.
Inclusive design is about enabling people with specific impairments to use a particular product in various environments. It teaches designers how to put themselves into different pairs of shoes.
In this article, we will talk about tools for inclusive…
Did you notice that the restaurant industry has changed over the past decades? It provides users with new solutions, and advanced technologies are predominantly used for the attraction of guests.
Moreover, users became more tempted due to the many available services related to food delivery and restaurants. Applied technology in restaurants is an option to get ahead of the competition.
Today it is highly crucial for restaurant owners to adopt new technologies and integrate them into business processes if they want to remain competitive and follow recent trends. Why are technologies advantageous for restaurants? What are technologies more popular? How…
It has already been a year since a COVID-19 pandemic started, and much has changed in the business. Now we see an updated picture, so it is time to create products and services relevant in terms of pandemic and modern trends.
We would like to highlight the top pandemic-friendly business ideas. The list is based on the trendy small business ideas for pandemic reality within the USA and beyond.
The pandemic restrictions have resulted in an interruption of everyday routines, meaning that many people take less care of their health. People couldn’t go to the gyms, run, and train due…
This channel is created by a freelance motion designer who aims to provide easy to understand, accessible, and helpful training for people who want to learn about design and motion graphics. The channel mainly focuses on Cinema 4D tutorials but also has videos about working in After Effects.
The channel contains tools, training, and tutorials to help you become a better motion designer. Moreover, here you will also find podcasts about the business and creative side of the industry.
It is the official channel of Videocopilot.net web resource that might be familiar to many…
Are you familiar with this feeling of mental and physical exhaustion when you have no desire or energy to work? Of course, such episodes happen to all designers from time to time. But in case this condition lasts for a couple of weeks in a row, it’s a good sign of burnout.
Though burnout isn’t a medical condition, it could lead to something as serious as depression. Besides, it’s usually accompanied by psychosomatic symptoms. You might get a head- or stomachache several times a week before starting your design working day, your back and neck might hurt more than ever…
Every single day we are surrounded by technology. We use apps on our phones, visit websites, use different tools and software. All these things are the product of Software Engineer work. No wonder that so many people nowadays are looking for a way to enter this highly demanded profession. And if you are reading this article, you must be interested in a career as a Software Engineer too, right?
In this article, we are going to overview software engineering and all the aspects of the profession. Hopefully, reading it will help you understand if this career path suits you.
If you are as fond of typefaces, visual culture, and graphic design as we are, you’ll also appreciate the films enjoyed by Cadabra Studio. We have curated this list to help any designers or artists find a great foundation and fresh inspiration.
The list features some time tested classics with new documentaries — from street art to industrial design. Here’s the selection of films meant to provide mental stimulation and give an urge to create. Besides, there are top recommendations at the end of the article from Cadabra Studio designers. Enjoy watching!