Amidst all of the economic downturns and culture clashes currently ravaging America, there is a silver lining that has appeared as a result of the coronavirus pandemic; which is seeing small businesses with inefficient workflows thrust into the 21st century and forced to adapt their outdated business practices.
Experts say another COVID lockdown is coming. Here are what successful people are doing to prepare for the inevitable.
As our culture becomes more and more dependent on technology to drive our everyday interactions, and that technology is increasingly offered by a few massive tech companies, people are beginning to feel the pains of ‘messing with the big boys’.
In capitalistic America, several large organizations are teaming up against Facebook to hit them where it hurts - their pockets, which accrue around $70 billion annually from selling advertisement spots on their platform. These brands are among a percentage of the American public that believes the social media giant has allowed racist and hateful rhetoric to go unchecked on their platform for too long, and have committed to suspending their ad campaign purchases for the month of July until Facebook addresses the issue head-on.
For many people pre-pandemic, socializing with co-workers was an important part of their day and their work experience. Now keeping office morale up is more difficult than ever. This NY Times article offers a few creative ways employees can continue sharing their lives with their co-workers virtually.
DesignHammer's new 2020 Spotlight Series touches on how some of our clients are adjusting to the current COVID-19 pandemic. This week we take a look at Duke PHMO (Population Health Management Office) and how they have pivoted to keep patients connected and providers empowered through the facilitation of programs such as DukeWell and Duke Connected Care.
DesignHammer's new 2020 Spotlight Series touches on how some of our clients are adjusting to the current COVID-19 pandemic. This week we take a look at Strategic Partner CED (The Council for Entrepreneurial Development) and how they have pivoted to re-engineer their annual Venture Connect Conference to Venture Connect online, debuting Monday, May 5th.
Staff article submissions will introduce you to the basic functioning of neural networks, have you questioning the industry practice of demanding free pitching for client projects, and catch you up with Adobe's new copyright regulations.
Another great Reader's Corner, this edition featuring recent advances in malware, new accessibility solutions for motion-sickness prone web users, and a very neat update from the owner of the very last Blockbuster on earth.
WeWork's new branding campaign faces backlash, why editors should consider the transition to structured content, and dominating search engine results by providing quality answers to what users are asking.