What a year! 2019 has been busy to say the least, I’ve learnt a lot of new lessons made even more mistakes! But overall, it’s been a massive year of growth so it’s all been worth it! Let’s review 2019!
Every new piece of data that comes my way has a tag/folder/place for it to be organised. Storing most important to least important keeps things at arm’s reach when you need it and assists with remaining focused on your day. I believe keeping clear inboxes and removing unneeded data asap really boots overall productivity. The tools I use might not be the best tools for you, I like the eco-system Google provides and the affordable rates help a lot.
For a free course, it’s okay. I can’t complain as there was zero commitment to access it, but still it felt very lacking in the one area the whole course revolved around… hacking. It spent so much time on computer basics by the time it went into hacking topics it was over. I still got value from it, some of those computer basic lessons we actually great refreshers even if I didn’t want them. I still would recommend this course as a place to start for computer basics, not cyber security. I’m on the hunt for a better course already.
So I’ve tested a lot of image optimising tools for various projects over the years. Everything from Photoshop to WordPress Plugins, and as of late 2019 I’ve finally found my favourite Free Image Optimising Tool (and method). Optimising images needs to be two things, easy and fast. I don’t want to waste time tinkering with […]
Here we go ? Daily UI Challenge time, woot woot! For more information checkout DailyUI.co Tools used Figma Stencil SmartMockups FakeClients Coolors Google Fonts Font Awesome UnDraw BlobMaker GetWaves Unsplash For a full list of apps go to my resources Day 001 – Signup Requirements: Create a signup page, modal, form, or app screen related […]
My name is Ashley Ball and at age 23 I became a teacher and co-founder of a digital marketing agency. This is my story in business. In an endeavour to learn from my first business, I focused my efforts on providing more quality services and marketing via local face-to-face networks. I realised there was an opportunity to teach a lot of the skills I developed over the last few years.
Educating the local community in technology is always a positive! The Get Online Queensland Mentorship Program is doing exactly that. Over the break, I decided to give my time to someone who needed it. What is the GetOnlineQld program? This initiative is aimed to build the digital skills and confidence of Queenslanders to use technology. […]
Habitica, the balance between gaming and staying motivated in life. I’ve been using it for 6 months now and have never looked back. I love this platform so much and tell people all the time about it. If it seems like it’s a fit for you, I recommend giving it ago.
A self-learner is someone who learns to better themselves. Self-learners are DIYers (do it yourself), the self-made people who focus on learning. People who perfer spending their time understanding & thinking for themselves. Self-motivators who strive to do more by learning and applying.