Author Archive: Alex Espenson
Chances are, your business is your passion. It’s the reason you get out of bed in the morning, and it’s on your mind constantly throughout the day. That level of devotion obviously leads to an overwhelming desire to protect it from any possible threats out there, from the cataclysmic to the minor. Without that protection, your business could easily succumb to the same problems that so many others have faced and fallen to.
You hear the terms UX and UI used a lot when it comes to software and web design, but they can have pretty vague interpretations. Creating a proper user environment takes a little marketing and technical knowledge to be effective. Here are a few ideas on using UX/UI successfully in your company website.
Businesses want to harness the abilities of data science to drive their own success, and this requires a highly qualified data professional. However, while there are many experts already in the job market or newly arriving, finding the one who suits your company and can drive real results is hard. New skills are needed, and data itself is ever evolving.
Conflict is a natural part of business. You’ll always be seeking to make your business as successful as possible and your clients will always fight to get the most for their money. Sometimes, this means you will butt heads over relatively minor issues. Other times, this means you’ll come into conflicts that can hurt both your business and your client.
Growth is something that every business desires, especially when the business starts out as a small business or a startup. It represents the realization of the potential behind one or more excellent ideas. The problem is that as many companies grow, they tend to become less efficient in the ways they function. This leads to waste, which leads to a reduction in profits and a stunted ability to continue growing.
The Affordable Care Act, often referred to as “Obamacare,” has enacted major changes for healthcare providers since it was enacted at the start of President Obama’s first term. Perhaps the two biggest changes to the system have been the “individual mandate,” requiring that all Americans maintain health insurance coverage, and the opening of health care exchanges in each state.