The RookieUp Blog
With its thin profit margins and heated competition, getting ahead in the online selling world takes a tight grip on spending.
The IT industry has become one of the loudest international industries.The Internet has opened amazing doors of opportunities and the continuous technology breakthroughs are constantly revolutionizing the way the world works. IT is the phenomenon that was born under...
If you are the kind of individual that sees aesthetics as a problem to be solved through the creative use of modern technology, becoming a professional designer can be a fulfilling career choice.
Interviewing for a position is an anxiety-inducing experience in any industry. For those working in the creative sector, it can be hard to translate their experiences, artistic point of view, and career aspirations across the other side of the desk.
Bootstrap is an open source as well as the most popular CSS framework.
No matter how rewarding a full-time job in tech may be, for plenty of entrepreneurial spirits out there, there’s one thing that’s even more meaningful than great pay and solid benefits: working for yourself.
When speaking of UI or UX design, most people jump to conclusions far too often. While it is true that UI and UX curation is prominent in mobile app development, it doesn’t even begin to explain the terminology.
So you’ve decided you that you want to start your career in web development. Whether this is your first job or you’re looking for a career change, there are several steps you need to follow to land your starting role in the industry.
User experience (UX) is more than just how a person interacts with a product or service. It also encapsulates that person’s attitudes and emotions associated with that experience, as well as their perceptions of the system itself.
I’m a Junior Editor here at Skillcrush—my job is to work with our editorial team to edit this website you’re reading at this very moment.
There’s nothing quite like the feeling of opening an email that says: “You got an interview!” But that sense of elation melts away when you start to think about the interview.
One minute you’re chatting confidently with your coworkers—throwing around jargon left and right—and the next, you feel like you’ve jumped into the deep end of the proverbial pool.