Tired of the regular, stock type of photography we decided to take things to a different level when it came to our colleagues. Therefore, here at KnowledgeOne, helped by some Photoshop magic, we let our passions, hobbies and personal stories come alive.
A short and sweet pre-digested compost of what you need to know for the upcoming year when developing your next training website (or any website for that matter)! No, I am not a designer. Not by the title at least. But, I’m a marketer and I like writing about what I see coming up as web design trends, elements that in the end influence any digital marketing campaign, and at a specific level, the way your content is perceived by your targeted audience.
I remember the first training session I hosted. I was so focused on being serious and perfectly professional in front of an impressive group of university professors that I forgot to breathe (I’m sure if pictures were taken that day, my skin would reflect a lovely hue of blue). I wasn’t nervous about teaching the content or intimidated (maybe a little) by the participants, no, I was stressed because my focus was on suppressing my personality.
Tales of a Japanese Canadian who learned the art of communication through clashing cultures. Born to Japanese parents in Canada, my journey of life began on a cross-cultural platform which has proven to become one where some of my most impactful life lessons were discovered.
An infographic based on The Edublogger's annual survey