Thanks to the continuing Coronavirus outbreak and rapidly changing global economic situations, many American professionals can expect to be working from home for the foreseeable future. “Our best estimate is that 25-30% of the workforce will be working from home multiple days a week by 2021,” according to Kate Lister, the President of Global Workforce Analytics.
First impressions absolutely matter, both on and offline. Whether one is on a first date or sketching the wireframe for a new website, visual appeal is essential to attracting one’s desired audience. Since the “work from home” lifestyle seems to be here to stay, learning to impress others by making a dazzling digital impression is more important than ever — and a lot of it has to do with proper font pairing.
Summer has officially arrived and despite the growing numbers of COVID-19 cases, spirits are high at District Maven HQ. Each season provides its own unique dose of inspiration and summertime is no exception. Every time I step outside, I encounter beautiful and vibrant colors that I wish I could recreate. Perhaps it is the marketing nerd in me, but badass color palettes are EVERYWHERE!
It seems that nearly everything in our lives have changed since the outbreak of the Coronavirus. Of course, much of this change is visible. Social distancing and facemasks have become commonplace, with many Americans still stuck inside due to stay-at-home orders in their respective states.
Recently our team had the opportunity to test out Milanote, an organizational tool for creative projects–– basically, tailor-made for the bulk of our design and creative work here at District Maven.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently, the name “Joe Exotic” will definitely ring a bell for you. Netflix absolutely knocked it out of the ballpark with their recent sensation, The Tiger King, and it seems like the whole world is talking about it.
One of the things we always loved about small businesses (veruses massive corporations, for example) is that these are the organizations and brands who actually care about what is going on in their community. In addition to being in-the-know around town, these companies tend to be a part of the local fabric in more ways than one.
In the wake of Coronavirus, social distancing isn’t the only thing that has become the norm. For most anxiety-ridden, stressed out adults, it seems that our day-to-day tends to consist of the following steps: clean, drink, repeat.
With what seems like the entire world on lockdown due to COVID-19, millions of Americans are now learning what it is really like to telecommute. Many people assume that working from home is a leisurely experience of minimal productivity, consisting of sleeping in and accomplishing little. This is an understandable misconception, as this is typically what happens when the rare opportunity to remotely work is available. It is all too easy to goof off, especially when you’re not used to the WFH mantra.
District Maven CEO and President, Leigh Genetti Byers, was recently featured on the ‘I Am CEO’ Podcast and discussed various entrepreneurial hacks as well as digital marketing tips.