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Everything In Perspective
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"We were heartened to see that 75% of respondents offer work-from-home benefits" First Round State of Startups 2018 https://buff.ly/2Eik3Wc #infographic
First Round State of Startups 2018
First Round State of Startups 2018
stateofstartups.firstround.com
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Year’s end is neither an end nor a beginning but a going on..."The End Of The Year Is Just Another Date In The Calendar"
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Desirable difficulty is a concept - it refers to a “just right” level of difficulty..."Difficulty Is Not A UX Dirty Word"
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Error pages are prodigious way's to reach out and connect with your users. So why do so many companies ignore them?? "How to create great error pages" via the @UXcollective
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Get comfy with sacrifice and boundaries..."How to balance full-time work with creative projects" https://buff.ly/2BCOpkx a great read from @futuremyth
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Art, at its best, is asking you a question or provoking you to think...‘Artists make work because they have to. It’s survival’ https://buff.ly/2BLMlqk
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This will be coming soon to the Freelance market..."What Creatives Need to Know About Working with a Recruiter"
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How do you give edges to something that fundamentally doesn’t have an edge, that doesn’t have a container around it?..."Books, Walks, and the Edge of the World" by @craigmod
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Hmmmmmm 😯 I conducted a user interview on Slack and here’s what happened | Inside Design Blog https://buff.ly/2BGr5SM
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In addition to being a strong writer, most successful freelance writers also need to be competent marketers, publicists, negotiators, public speakers, S.E.O. experts and more... "Stop Trying to Master One Skill. Instead, Build a Skill Set"
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