Everyone needs to learn something new from time to time. Now in the 21st century learning new skills is much easier than ever before. You can learn a lot without leaving your home. I’d love to present a list of 12 websites, where you can improve your skills online. Learn new languages, how to code, make photos and much much more. Have a look at it and – I can bet – you will find something interesting for you.
From Baby boomers, through Generation X, to Millennials. So many differences. Simply brilliant. By Box1824.
Email campaigns success depends upon engagement. And the engagement depends on a time you send your emails.
Understanding your customers is an integral part of building a loyal customer base. Great infographic by Help Scout.
I love well designed websites (including blogs). I am able to subscribe to the blog (no matter what they write there) because of its design. Co.EXIST is a great example of this.
Strange. Really strange. But what can I say? I love so talented people, with such an imagination.
All the resumes don’t have to look always the same. They don’t have to be boring, text documents. The resume could be designed in a creative way… e.g. could be visual (and published on slideshare).
Our company – PayLane, after first year of hard working. Have a look at this anniversary infographic. Hope you like it.
Great infographic about payment industry (specifically about credit cards). I really love it.
There are so many great design blogs around the web. I used to subscribe some of them for a long time. However I had to quit. Not because I don’t like them anymore. It’s because I don’t have a time to look at all these great design projects. Let me recommend some of these sites.