There’s no manual for the real world. College can be some of the best years of your life, or maybe when you were in college, you probably felt like it was never going to end. You felt untouchable, invincible, that you could do anything you wanted, but what happens after graduation? With the tough economy, increased costs of living and outsourcing of jobs, what’s a recent graduate can do?
Graduating and taking your first steps into the “real world” is often a very scary experience. The good news is that despite the continued economic crisis, most college graduates are successful in finding work. While many continue to pursue the traditional positions aligned with their degrees, others are finding jobs in less conventional avenues.
In this economy all businesses are looking for ways to become more efficient. Whether you’re a website development company who builds websites for clients or you’re a business owner who needs to build your own website, hiring an intern with website development skills can be a very strategic move on your part. Not only are young people creative and usually up on the latest web trends, but they come cheaper than other more seasoned website developers.
In this article we are going to explore how hiring interns can help with your next website development project, the benefits of hiring interns, structuring the internship program, ideas for finding the best interns for your company, what you should pay your interns, and how to get the most out of your interns.
A weeks ago, we created a contest at instantShift called PrintRunner Giveaway had announced the three winners of 250 Business Cards by PrintRunner to InstantShift readers.
We’ve got more than 40 response comments. After voiding spam and non-legit comments we have left with 32 valid comments. It’s really good to see that how we can able to help in our reader’s life and their profession.
In case, If you missed this giveaway, make sure you are ready for next one as we going to create more such giveaways in future.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Creativity means a lot in any kind of presentation. Whether it’s a logo, banner, advertisement or a complete design; being able to inject creativity into it not only helps in floating the message around, it also leaves solid impression on the viewer.
Good design is not easy thing to create, or it is often a very challenging job to discover creative designs. However, there are few ways by which you can improve your designing skills. One of them is analyzing others work and find the inspiration behind every details. Infect, it’s even easier if you can able to use others creative work in your design with proper permission and guidelines. For that same purpose some highly creative dudes created these Free Web Browser Frame PSD Templates for other designers.
We spend a lot of time looking at who is winning the market share war between multiple major mobile platforms like Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, bada and others. All major mobile platforms are locked in a winner-takes-all battle – and everything revolves around an ecosystem.
Although there are multiple mobile manufacturers in the market leading to increased competition, There are many question needs to be answered like which platform has the largest sales base? Which has the largest app store, with the most downloads?
It is a trend amongst designers to share their thoughts, techniques, and skills with other people by using a blog. Much more, some designers learn this job by consulting the blogs (obviously, in addition to reading books, listening to podcasts) and others sharpened their potential.
The blogs are very advantageous for readers but at the same time bring popularity and clients to the owners. Under these circumstances there is no wonder that the number of blogs has exponentially increased. Is it wrong? Personally, no way; it’s both side expedient and as long as the information shared is useful and qualitative then this activity must really be stimulated.