Contrary to what you’ve heard, cover letters are still important when submitting your resumé. They’re not necessarily essential or required in every industry or for every career, but savvy job seekers always have one ready to go.
Are you interested in keeping up with the Kardashians? If not, you’re probably just sick and tired of them clogging up all facets of the Internet. Don’t worry, a new app called #KardBlock aims to rid all mentions of the Kardashians from your internet browsing.
Did Susan from marketing just roll her eyes at you? Maybe you’re constantly forgotten about when it comes to after-hours social events? Or are there post-it notes detailing your gruesome death on your computer each morning? All of these are signs that your co-workers might secretly hate you.
In the small village of Leogang, Austria, an epic battle took place between bearded men from all over the world. The 2015 World Beard & Moustache Championships—with even more epic facial hair than last year—showcased more than 300 contestants from 20 different countries.
Verbal cues aren’t the only way that humans express what they’re thinking or feeling. In fact, we express a lot through visual cues given off by our body language. It also plays a large factor in the type of impression we make on others.
You’ve seen landscape paintings before, but probably not like those I’m about to show you. New York-based artist Alison Moritsugu has created a fantastic series of paintings that capture the beauty of Mother Nature, but on tree logs.
Daniel Swanick has been working as both a freelance and in-house Art Director / Senior Graphic Designer in the Greater Toronto Area for over ten years. He looks at every project from both a creative and strategic point-of-view to deliver engaging, conceptually driven ideas.