The more things change, the more they stay the same goes the old adage. However, for people learning a whole new set of workplace practices while working from home, nothing may ever be the same again.
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced many people to remote officing last spring, many adaptations were necessary. Now, looking at how business practices have changed, the “new normal” may become the “everyday normal,” even years in the future.
“Stay home.” Most American workers in non-essential jobs got that message late last week or early this week. They join the millions of workers in China, South Korea, Italy and North America who have had to discover the joys and pains of working remotely as concerns about coronavirus spread throughout the world.
At DeLaune, we have found working remotely a plus, using Zoom and Teams conferencing to continue to have face-to-face interactions with co-workers and clients.
When MTV first began, it seemed like every other music video was the Buggles’ one-hit wonder, Video Killed the Radio Star. Back then, there were a limited number of music videos available, so audiences saw the same videos on repeat.
Commercial videos were used more for television advertising and had the budgets and the production quality of big budget movies. Then, videos began changing as technology advanced. With the advent of our modern digital world,
Victoria Turk, a seasoned writer and editor for publications like Wired and Motherboard, has some sage advice about being polite in a place where courtesy sometimes seems like the exception: online. In email, or on social media, it’s easy to misread others, or to be misread.
The Golden Rule in full effect
Here are five concrete suggestions that not only might make people happier to read your emails (or texts,
World-renowned International Competition Receives 6,000 Entries Annually
AUSTIN, TX—DeLaune and Associates, an Austin-based digital marketing firm specializing in technology, has won three awards in the 2019 Communicator Awards, an international competition that recognizes outstanding creative achievement by marketing and communication professionals.
DeLaune was awarded three awards of distinction for two e-books and a stand-alone infographic produced for IBM, Atos, and Siemens:
For any marketing project involving more than one person—which is another way of saying for any and every project—it’s all too easy to get caught up in the churn. Creating digital marketing assets is no exception.