The billboard, a staple of traditional advertising, hasn’t become another casualty of digitization.
While many industries have been slow to adopt IoT technology, the object-based tech has firmly ingrained itself in the medical field, and on every level too.
By now, the myth that golf is a dying sport has been all but debunked.
One of the biggest trends in the tech sector is the emergence of IoT.
“Last-minute culture” has arisen from the ultimate convenience mobile devices have granted us.
I don’t mean to make you feel old, but we’ve reached a point where there are people alive right now that do not remember a time without smartphones.
Narrative has long been ingrained into the DNA of web design.
New on-demand startups are completely transforming traditional industries.
Just 20 years ago, Amazon only sold books. Now, they’ve acquired Whole Foods in a $13.7 billion dollar deal.
The growth of e-commerce just in the last five years has been astronomical.
As the ends to a UX designer’s means, the concept of a “user” is scrutinized and dissected so often that it’s almost dehumanized.
“Most users spend their time on other websites.”