There’s something for everyone on this week’s review. From inspiring quotes to startup investment, we’ve got it all covered. Check out what you probably missed among the most popular blogs and advice of the week.
If I were you, I’d prepare carefully for my next interview and make sure I’m ready for anything that the potential employer will throw at me. Confirmation can be a lot more difficult than actual work, whether you’re a judge or not.
Magic mirror in my hand, who is the fairest web developer in the land? Check out the most popular blogs and advice for the week.
Infographics are often elaborate, long graphics that incorporate the captions for various elements within the graphic itself.
A Hed is a journalistic term and an abbreviation for headline.
The hook is what draws them in and makes them read to the end.
A FOB is an acronym for Front of the book pieces.
A FOB is an acronym for For position only.
A dummy copy is fake verbiage inserted into a layout as a placeholder.
A deliverable is a part of the final projects you will be providing.
A dek is the second half of a headline, which often runs in italics just below the headline in newspapers.
Everything changes — including the fact that the new vending machines don’t give you any… change. Check out the most popular articles of the week.