LinkedIn, the Microsoft-owned social network for the working world with some 500 million members, has made a large business out of recruitment — with some 11 million job listings on the site at any given time, and the recruitment market providing the company with its largest source of revenue. Now it is taking another step…
Since I’m currently on the market, this caught my eye. It’s still in beta and won’t be released until next year (and I hope to God I’m not still looking then) but if this does what it’s supposed to it could be a useful tool.
via LinkedIn to launch Talent Insights, a new analytics tool, as it dives deeper into data — TechCrunch
Consult RP will be re-launching HandyJackGA.com very soon.
Just saw this on Twitter. Is it true that most of you young pups use only one hand when on your phone? Every time I see my 17 year-old do that I yell at her. With the size and bulk of these new “phablets” it just seems like its begging for a cracked screen.
However, I am always a bit paranoid every time I have my phone out and I’m walking around… even if it is in an Otterbox.
Preston Pierce shows us how to carefully optimise contrast levels and choose colors that boost usability, accessibility and conversions.
Source: How to Boost Usability with Intelligent Color Choices — SitePoint
Not really sure how I feel about this one.
On the one hand, it’s cool that they have tech that can do this.
On the other, isn’t this basically the Webster’s definition of “tacky” and “disrespectful”?
This is curious new technology; imagine the US Flag being able to play the National Anthem from the flagpole! How scientists turned a flag into a loudspeaker MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY EAST LANSING, Mich. – A paper-thin, flexible device created at Michigan State University not only can generate energy from human motion, it can act as […]
via New Tech: US flag could act as a speaker to play the National Anthem — Watts Up With That?
I never know if it’s “Mothers” (all mothers) or “Mother’s” (my mother)… but either way Happy M Day to all you moms out their.
At this stage in life I have to wish it to two amazing women; the one who gave me life and the one who gave that life meaning in the form of my little girl.
I (and probably all men as a rule) don’t say it enough, but THANK YOU. You’ve long put up with my crap and never once followed through on your threats to kill me.
I would go into some long, sappy essay on a mother’s love but I have to go kill a bug in the kitchen. Good to know I’ve still got some usefulness around here.
As a game designer, thinking about all the different means of interaction my players can have with my game is key. “How can I design this system so that they are more immersed? How can I design this encounter so that my players are having more fun? How can I better facilitate flow and positive […]
via Social Media and Game Design: Food for Thought — BCSC 202B BC01 @ MacEwan University
My daughter wants to major in Game Design at Georgia Tech and I ran across this article on the UX aspect of creating a good game while doing research. Makes for an interesting read for everybody in the UX/UI space.