Oh, what a year it has been! With the New Year around the corner, we wanted to reflect back and introduce some of the newest big premium features we worked on. And there have been a lot, so without further ado, read on to learn more about some of our new premium features:
Trying to achieve success in the workplace but don’t know where to start? We’ve all been there, struggling to get our message across the way we want. Trying to make sure we’re using the right words in the right way, to properly convey our message. All while avoiding the dreaded “awkward silence”, but you’ve worked hard on your pitch, and you want it to show.
Todos hemos pasado por ello, luchando por transmitir nuestro mensaje de la forma que queremos, intentando asegurarnos de que utilizamos las palabras adecuadas de la forma correcta, para transmitir correctamente nuestro mensaje, evitando al mismo tiempo el temido “silencio incómodo”. Es normal que si has trabajado mucho en tu presentación o discurso, quieras que se note. Sin embargo, la buena comunicación, aunque es una habilidad interpersonal clave, cuando se potencia, puede beneficiar tanto a tu vida personal como al desarrollo de tu carrera, no siempre es un talento natural. Así que si alguna vez te ha resultado difícil comunicarte con eficacia, o simplemente quieres mejorar tus habilidades, sigue leyendo y te presentaremos algunos consejos y trucos para que tus palabras fluyan con naturaleza.
As a startup, we are proud to present our new analytics features. In today’s world, using analytics is critical to fully understand your audience performance. Sometimes we might think that well-designed projects are providing good returns, but no one can really reaffirm this until the results are shown, which is why managing your project analytics is so important
So, what’s the best way to analyze data? Continue reading Emaze Secrets To Managing Your Project Analytics
Whether you’re a teacher, student, or CEO, once you open emaze, you become a designer. In the business world, everyone you collaborate with will subconsciously judge your work based on it’s visuals. So make yours count. Choose a platform that enables you to express creatively, rather than hinders, and make your design pop.
Doesn’t it seem like every time you look up, there is a new latest trend to watch? The world of style and design moves quickly, and in particular, the ever-evolving and highly innovative space of website design. This should come as no surprise- a good majority of us spend a very large part of our days looking at websites, whether it is for professional or personal use. So, when people are spending so much of their time looking at websites, you want to make sure that yours is the one with the UX/UI design that will make a memorable impression.
Out with the old, in with the new. As you may be aware, user experience and how users interact with your website during the first few moments of their visit makes or breaks their continued and future use of your site. Meaning, first impressions matter a lot. In 2017, static images and clicking through websites are out, and scrolling and vertical movements are in. How can you be caught up with that trend and create an excellent impression?
Building and showcasing your brand is key for the success of any company or team! Whether you’re B2B or B2C, how effectively and professionally you brand yourself is a great indicator of how customers will perceive the quality of your product or service.
Here’s where you get into the physiology behind this process. Essentially, you have to ask yourself “what design will make the investor feel a certain way? The thing is, everyone’s different, so there’s no “one design for all” out there but there are a few rules of thumb you should follow to keep from distracting your investor from what really matters – the content. Continue reading Creating an Investors Presentation: Part 2
First, let me start by saying that there is no “one way” to go about this. In the end, your goal is to get an investor’s attention and make him/her realize that they should invest in you and your venture.
Continue reading Creating an Investors Presentation: Part 1