In the modern, always-online world, digital agencies are at the forefront of digital communications for many businesses hoping to get their message out to the world.
In order to stand out of the crowd, digital agencies have to be creative, inspiring and effective. On the business side, however, they also have to be prudent and try to decrease overhead costs and increase revenue.
One of ways to do it is to start using invoicing software. Invoices usually are a big and time consuming part of any business. The right software can help you make your accounting processes more clear, smart and faster.
Teamwork is one of our most favorite project management applications. The tool has a really slick design and robust project management options. Also it seems that people working on it are dedicated to constantly improving their UX. Just during the past few months Teamwork has released a bunch of new features that added new functionality and expanded already powerful project management capabilities.
If you’re looking to create a new eye-catching website for your client, you will need to use something that could draw the audience’s attention. Believe it or not it’s not only about choosing which web design trend to follow. You might need some visual elements that would help you add that extra flair and in this situation 3D models can become very handy. Our friends at CGTrader helped us pick out 15 free and high quality 3D Models that you could use in your future-to-be websites.
The lowly GIF, a bitmap image format that dates from 1987, has found new life in an artform that can transform your web pages.
It’s called a cinemagraph, and it is a GIF, but with a bit of modern pizzazz. U.S. photographers Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck, a husband-wife team, invented it and gave it the catchy name. Around 2011 they began experimenting with ways to make what they called “a living moment” come alive in photographs.
The effect can be stunning, and they’ve been found to help drive traffic to your site because they’re novel and often shared via social media.
When you first turn on JIRA it looks quite simple. You get the basic project with a straightforward To-Do → In Progress → Done workflow. However, once you go into the settings you can feel overwhelmed with possibilities that all JIRA products have to offer. Also, it’s hard to start with customizations when all you want is a working PM tool. This can force you to stick with default workflows or move to a lot simpler project management tools. However, i would argue that it’s really worth to go deep into the settings and adjust JIRA to better fit your company needs. Doing so you will make your processes more clear and efficient. Here’s few things that will help you get the most out of your JIRA now.