On the occasion of Inreact’s recent listing in the Top Design Firms curated ranking in two separate categories —Florida’s Top 10 UI/UX and Ecommerce Design Firms— we thought we’d have an informal sit-down with Ann Nunez.
In a superb multi-part series by Invision App, we find out key clues and tested business levers enabling every design team and company to better communicate the true value of design to their client. And ultimately, to draw up a framework for determining the ROI of design work.
Thanks to recent changes in website accessibility requirements you could be eligible for a $5,000 credit. The incentive is a Tax Credit* specifically geared at small businesses —defined as firms earning $1M or less in revenue a year or having 30 or less full-time employees— for architectural adaptations, equipment acquisitions, and services such as WEBSITE IMPROVEMENTS.
As far as the importance of social corporate factors go, gender equality and equal employment opportunity (covering diverse discrimination factors such as age, ethnicity, color and national origin, disability, sexual preference, etc.) are among the principal frontrunners in today’s race to understand why certain companies thrive in our ever-competitive business environment and others don’t.
Inreact is proud to announce its participation in the Unite & Fight Hackathon organized by the Wyncode Academy. This one-day hackathon is geared at uniting the tech community at large in the fight against racism: the benefits and uses of technology to design education, resources, and training apps to combat racism.
You may be seeing or sensing this in your company, even at the lesser stages, or you may be actively engaged in advancing a model already envisioned and adopted. Whatever the case, here are 15 business-enriching, sales-crunching tips and cues to help you make the best marketing sense of this transition, a primer of what is yet to come.
Quarantine expressed as an equation of confinement means we’re going to be spending a massive number of hours indoors, at home or on an endless office-home loop. It also brings a harsh social distancing quota; meeting family and friends will be kept to a bare minimum, if at all. Forget about the large gatherings typical of concerts or stadiums. This means more time in our hands, but how about money in our pockets?
Adding to the distraught of these times of COVID-19 lockdown and social distancing, hackers are continuing their ‘service to humanity’ by breaking into websites and wreaking havoc.