The Management of Kwara State polytechnic, Ilorin, has set up four different committees with a view to improve the welfare of both staff and students of the Polytechnic.
Once in a while, you just have to try something new and take a design challenge. There are a lot of good reasons to do it, really. You can add conceptual designs to your portfolio. You can blog about your experiences, and advertise your skills in doing so. You can take on a design challenge with other designer friends, and perhaps compete. You can gain a greater understanding of the technology you use. Today we’ll talk about some design challenges that can help you become a better designer.
Once you start looking for a freelance developer to collaborate with, you’ll notice they’re everywhere. Online freelance marketplaces are packed to the brim with skilled candidates. On top of those, you’re bound to find at least one or two (hundred) in the nearest town. In this article, we’ll focus on a few ways you can be sure you’re getting the most compatible partner.
“I want to be the next Apple or Nike.” Everyone thinks they can be a Jobs or Knight-like disruptor, but there’s often a disconnect between what leaders think they want for their brands and what they have to courage to execute. The result: a lot of noise, a lot of sameness, and a whole lot of mediocrity. In this post, we’ll give some tips on how to make your brand stand out, be more noticeable, and get rid of this sameness to become more successful and noticeable in the market and attract more customers.
Almost every day, there are web design businesses and deals that are just set up and shut down just as quickly because they are unable to keep the business afloat. The reasons for the demise may vary but most of them fall under the common problem of not having enough clients to sustain the business. In today’s post, we are going to take you through 5 basic tips – things you should be doing to potentially get more clients, or at least to keep those you currently have.