Zach Henderson

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How to Quit Your Job and Start Your Own Business

These three steps will ensure you transition smoothly from your job into your first startup.<p>Identifying the right reasons for starting your business is extremely important in taking the first steps into entrepreneurship. I wrote an entire article last week on what you should be aware of before you …

Business Strategy

The Top 4 Reasons Passion Drives Startup Success

Passion is one of those intangibles that drives an entrepreneur, gets them through the good times and the bad times, and ultimately dictates the success of any startup. If you are not passionate about what you are building, you might as well pack up your bags right now, as your startup will never …

A Fun Way to Learn About Copyright

Richard Harrington is the CEO of ThinkTAP and the Publisher of Photofocus.He is also the founder of RHED Pixel, a visual communications company based …

A Good Visual On Bloom's Taxonomy Vs Depth of Knowledge

December 5, 2014<br>Bloom's taxonomy and Depth of Knowledge are two popular conceptual learning frameworks. They both approach the learning process from …

Facebook Design Director: The 5 Most Common Design Mistakes

Facebook’s Julie Zhuo on the biggest traps designers fall into–and how to avoid them.<p>There’s no learning without mistakes. And I’ve done the following (as well as seen the following done) too many times to count. Luckily, there’s this thing called the “Internet” and this medium called an “article” …

UX Design

Office space: What does the ideal workplace look like?

<b>Cubicles are isolating and soul-sucking. Open offices are noisy and distracting. Alex Bozikovic reports on a trend that both extroverts and introverts can get behind</b><p>(Jasper Sanidad)<p>Robert Probst never meant to invent the cubicle. It was the 1960s and a growing class of North Americans were being …