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I recently became aware of an iOS app called Cardflow. I grew up using index cards for all sorts of tasks. The cards would be taped to walls as reminders or mind-maps/flow charts. Cards would be stuffed into pages of books as forms of annotations, and stacks of cards were created as flashcards. I was especially excited when stores stocked different colors, sizes, plain/lined/graphed, and containers to hold and sort them. These cards offered additional learning style supports when considering…Continue
If you’re like me, productivity is often on your mind. As people with disabilities, I think that many of us struggle with this concept and think of true productivity as inaccessible to us. I know that this is something that has certainly crossed my mind numerous times, particularly when I was beginning my professional career. I believed that my disability got in the way of accomplishing many of the tasks I needed to complete on a daily basis and that this lack of productivity…Continue
I’m almost certain you all know what it is like to look at all the open tabs on your web browser and feel overwhelmed about clicking on the one you need currently, then finding the previous one you were looking at, or attempting to find another. Are you afraid to close some tabs because you won’t remember how to find the sites again?
Luckily, you are not alone if you have ever felt overwhelmed. Software developers have created some great features to de-clutter the tabs and…Continue
Slack is the “it” tool within the business industry for many organizations and individuals who have been plagued by the email conundrum. Deemed by some as the team communication tool for the 21st century, Slack is a collaboration and communication tool available on any device.
Start a voice or video call in any Channel or Direct Message. Make one-on-one or group calls without needing to open another app or share invite…Continue
This is part two of a series of blog posts dedicated to addressing some of the challenges email can present in the work setting. The first in the series addressed the basic system and how to create more efficient methods. The second in the series will identify etiquette and proficiency in reading, replying to, and creating new messages. The last of the series will address how to “start over” with your current system if you are overwhelmed.
Email can be an efficient…Continue
Added by Erika J. Kluge on July 15, 2016 at 8:00am — No Comments