Struggling With Online Marketing? This Webinar Aims To Make Sense Of It

If you’ve been relying more on online customer interaction in 2020, you’re not alone. Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. In March, both consumers and businesses have relied on the internet for nearly everything, from groceries to entertainment to education. If you’re still getting the hang of online marketing for your small biz —…

Fall Changes In Design Add Muscle, And Ease Path, To Degree

Changes to the Department of Design’s curriculum, including a new degree in Design Studies, reflect the industry’s growing role in solving a wide range of problems. (Sacramento State/Jessica Vernone) By Ahmed V. Ortiz A comprehensive reimagining of the Department of Design’s curriculum that takes effect in the Fall 2020 semester strengthens its degrees while also…

R&D Scale Can Be An Overlooked Competitive Edge For Tech Leaders

When tech writers and analysts talk about long-term competitive advantages held by market leaders, the discussion often turns to how network effects — for example, among marketplace buyers and sellers, or among users of a social media or messaging platform — set companies apart. And in many other cases, the discussion revolves around how the…

Vancouver Art Gallery To Explore Post-War Craft And Design In British Columbia

The Vancouver Art Gallery is proud to present Modern in the Making: Post-War Craft and Design in British Columbia from July 18, 2020 to January 3, 2021. The exhibition is the most comprehensive view of the mid-century craft and design scene in British Columbia assembled to date, examining ceramics, fashion, furniture, jewellery and textiles that…