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A recent Gallup article titled “In A Tight Labor Market, Employees Bear The Burden” speaks volumes about the current corporate environment. The data provides specific insight into factors that are often felt but only understood anecdotally. There are simple fixes available to leaders who are willing to acknowledge what their team members are already talking about and struggling to manage on their own: added responsibilities, restructuring, reduced budgets and more.
Aron Kressner
November 30, 2023
According to the AARP, Americans 50 and up contribute $8.3 trillion in economic activity to the US economy each year, with a GDP that's expected to triple by 2050. With longer lifespans, higher incomes, and an ongoing accumulation of wealth, it's time we get to know and understand this market better - here is a new set of UX design principles specific to seniors and older adults that account for the psychological and physiological changes that come with age. We also delve into today's top products among this demo and best practices for conducting further UX testing.
Michael Clingerman
November 8, 2023
Last fall I presented my father with a birthday gift: a pair of Apple AirTags. As I eagerly awaited the opening of his gift, I started thinking that I'm not even an Apple mobile device user myself (though I love their computers) I've always used Android phones. The excitement on his face when he saw the gift – presented in true Apple fashion – was exactly what I expected. What came next was not. As technology evolves, so do the opportunities to make it more accessible.
Michael Clingerman
November 8, 2023
With the number of product manager jobs in the US increasing by 32% in the past five years, the median salary has climbed to an average $150,000, making it one of the highest-paying jobs in the tech industry, while the top 10% percent of product managers earn more than $180,000 per year. As a result, […]
Demi WIlkinson
October 5, 2023