1. Collect – all of your action items on one to-do list. Write down all of your “to-do” items. This includes grocery lists, errands, action items, phone calls, projects, etc. You can collect all of this in It an electronic or a paper to do list. Pick the format that works for you, but you should have only one and it should be portable. Once all of your tasks are in one place it is easier to set priorities. You will also free up your brain power to get to the higher level thinking we need in order to obtain our goals.
It’s time to break out of your (design) shell and try something bold. Larger-than-life bold techniques are the big theme this month as we look at three trends that incorporate items that make users look at the design.
Here’s what’s trending in design this month:
1. THE COLOR PURPLE
Do you struggle to keep your working day on track? Perhaps you’re so caught up with small unimportant tasks that you never seem to make any headway on the things that matter. Working longer hours isn’t the answer. And you can’t magically squeeze more hours from your day. So, how can you adapt to get more done?