‘Trends & News’ Category

Answering Emails After Work Is Bad For Your Health

Email was supposed to free up time in workplace communications: Send some in lieu of an in-person meeting! Work remotely! Take your time crafting one instead of blurting out something stupid! (more…)


Posted on November 13, 2014, under Trends & News

Managing Talent In A Networked Age – Part I

Success in Silicon Valley is all about people — about how companies build lasting alliances with talented teams of entrepreneurial employees. Outsiders sometimes think that recruiting and keeping great people in the Valley requires offering Google-like perks or eye-popping compensation packages. (more…)


Posted on November 9, 2014, under Trends & News

Before You Hire a Designer

Mike Monteiro’s contributions to UX design are wide and varied. His first book, case  Design is a Job inspired us in 2011, drug and his talk “How Designers Destroyed the World” called us to action. Now, link we’re very excited to present an


Posted on October 7, 2014, under Trends & News

What a Difference a Lab Day Makes

Four years ago CauseLabs started setting aside one day every two months for our team to build projects of their own choosing. Little did we know the impact these lab days would have on our company’s internal motivation, our employees’ skillsets, and our ability


Posted on September 7, 2014, under Trends & News

Rewarding employees is not always expensive

Rewarding employees is not always expensive and this is an art which can be mastered easily. With the whole job market situation is precarious, there is more pressure on the organization to sustain in the business and retain the best possible talent. (more…)


Posted on September 3, 2014, under Trends & News

The Five Deadliest Job Interview Mistakes

A lot of people are confused about job interviews. They think a job interview is like a citizenship exam. They think that if they study hard and give the right answer to each question put to them, everything will be fine. (more…)


Posted on July 9, 2014, under Trends & News

Are You Prepared Against A Hack?

Many great articles show how to prevent a website from being hacked. Unfortunately, unless you take it offline, your website is not and will never be completely unhackable. (more…)


Posted on June 1, 2014, under Trends & News

Designing Interfaces – The Book Metaphor

When we design interfaces, ambulance we often rely on metaphors as a starting point and source of inspiration. If we are to choose a metaphor for reading, we quickly think about the most obvious of all: the book. (more…)


Posted on May 5, 2014, under Trends & News

How mature is your organization when it comes to UX?

Every organization has its own goals, order processes, decease techniques, about it and teams—each with special characteristics. They are all important to consider when incorporating user experience, but it’s also crucial to gauge the maturity level of an organization. (more…)


Posted on April 8, 2014, under Trends & News

You’d Be Surprised By What Really Motivates Users

Earlier this month, price Twitter co-founder Biz Stone unveiled his mysterious startup Jelly. The question-and-answer app was met with a mix of criticism and head scratching. (more…)


Posted on February 9, 2014, under Marketing/Social, Trends & News