One of the most difficult parts about creating a software is to proof it against an entire spectrum of digital threats.
Smartphones have become part of our everyday life, and for that reason, we are so glued to them that we're doing almost anything on them.
Every time we grab our smartphone to browse the web, participate in a group chat, watch streaming videos, we leave some digital footprint along the way. This is sort of an activity log that could be traced to your habit and what you've done with the smartphone.
This digital footprint can compromise your privacy, the next time someone borrows your phone, or when you're selling your phone.
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) can indeed improve the way designers work. By adding another dimension to an object, things can get a lot more realistic and interactive.
AR and VR provide that "magic leap" which allows visuals to work and appear beyond our limited screen sizes. With many apps allowing AR and VR, the potential use cases open a whole new world of digital content.
But how about the more traditional 2D? How do AR and VR compare with the basic base of design?
Will we ditch our old 2D for 3D mediums like AR/VR?
In order to build a great web presence, you need to include link building into your campaign.
Link building is the process of acquiring backlinks from other websites to your own. Backlinks, or just link, is a way for users to navigate between pages on the internet. It's the basic form of getting to one place to another on the web, that is also used by search engines when crawling the web.
With almost everyone on the internet having social media handles and accounts, there is an unspoken competition between social media networks and email.
This is because both are indeed useful. Most marketers in the modern days of the internet will promote their business through both social media and email, despite they can get great results using either one. But which one is more effective?
It depends. But what is certain, email marketing is not going anywhere anytime soon.
One of the very best thing about the internet is that, algorithms can do all the heavy work, leaving us humans to monitor them and get the data we need.
As the largest online company, Google is sure doing its best to deliver what it can to its users. That includes giving the best the user experience wherever users are on the web.
The most prominent way that helps Google in doing that, is by tracking its users.
Call it a stalker, but the internet has changed ever since.
When aiming for growth, it's not just about improving the quality of offerings, sales and marketing performance. Growth also comes (and starts) from the inside, down from the hiring process of getting more power to sustain the business.
For big corporations or organizations, unless they are looking for candidates to fill key roles, the hiring process doesn't seem to be a big problem for them. After all, they are already sitting on a huge pile of resources.
No matter who you are or where you are, you're all unique. And this makes everyone of us special. The same goes when you browse the web.
The bitter truth about online usage is that, all of our activities are tracked. From the sites we visit, every button we click and so forth. What we do online is being tracked. Whether it's by the governments, advertisers, Internet Service Providers (ISP) or other organization, they're doing this to know more about you.
Because again, we are all unique.