The Weird, Sustainable Booze of the Future Tastes … Good?

Reading Time: 8 minutes When Lars Williams and Mark Emil Hermansen founded the Denmark-based microdistillery Empirical Spirits four years ago, they weren’t actually sure what they were making. For weeks, the two men—veterans of the haute-weird restaurant Noma, where Williams ran research and development and Hermansen was the “concept manager”—thought they were making a gin. It was clear and … Read more

Filming an Interview: How to Make Good Interview Videos

Reading Time: 23 minutes February 10, 2021·7 min readInterview videos are a powerful way to show off expertise and engage your audience. Plus, they’re easy to produce. Recording an interview video may seem straightforward—we’re talking about a person in front of a camera right? But there’s actually a lot to consider if you want to avoid a boring look … Read more

Principles of Website Usability | 5 Key Principles Of Good Website Usability

Reading Time: 21 minutes Ease of use is a common expectation for a site to be considered well designed. Over the past few years, we have been used to certain standards in web design. In order to make a lasting impression on your visitors, you need to build experiences that go beyond those of a plain, usable website. This … Read more

Dialpad Meetings Review – The Good and Bad for 2021

Reading Time: 23 minutes Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. Dialpad Meetings has almost everything small and medium businesses need to conduct successful conference calls. This affordable software comes with plenty of features to help your team get things done. It also has the … Read more

How Subway Got Trolled by Good Catch, a Fake-Fish Brand

Reading Time: < 1 minute If a marketing stunt catches the zeitgeist and engages consumers, it’s usually considered an unqualified hit. And if it playfully trolls a competitor? Even better. So what if the activation gets slapped with a cease and desist letter, and attorneys threaten to take legal action on behalf of the trolled brand? Now that’s promotional gold…. … Read more

JazzHR Review – The Good and Bad for 2021

Reading Time: 27 minutes Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. For small and medium-sized businesses looking for help with job posting and employee recruiting, JazzHR is a powerful software package. The easy-to-use JazzHR offers a competitive pricing tier for the smallest organizations that don’t … Read more

ClearCompany Review – The Good and Bad for 2021

Reading Time: 23 minutes Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. ClearCompany is a leading talent management and HR solutions platform designed to help organizations attract, screen, engage, and retain the best talent. It provides a wide range of HR and recruitment solutions such as … Read more

Frizbit Review – The Good and Bad for 2021

Reading Time: 22 minutes Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. Frizbit is a marketing orchestration platform that allows users to reach their buyers on a highly personalized level via web push notifications, email, and SMS. It’s targeted at ecommerce businesses and assists them to … Read more

Together Platform Review – The Good and Bad for 2021

Reading Time: 24 minutes Disclosure: This content is reader-supported, which means if you click on some of our links that we may earn a commission. Together Platform is a mentorship management software that helps to facilitate meaningful relationships between your mentors and mentees. It’s known for being extremely user-friendly, offers great program customization, and has a world-class customer support … Read more

Oh Good, Now There’s an Outbreak of Wildfire Thunderclouds

Reading Time: 8 minutes Last week, the US Naval Research Laboratory held a very 2021 press conference, in which scientists reported a very 2021 outbreak of “smoke thunderclouds.” Catastrophic wildfires, exacerbated by catastrophic climate change, had produced a rash of pyrocumulonimbus plumes over the western United States and Canada, known in the scientific vernacular as pyroCb. “You can think … Read more