Sandra Harriette

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Shit Websites

Sandra Harriette | The information age is the age of anything goes, even if it looks like shit; and I think many of us have stumbled upon a shit website that was supposed to be an authority resource for a problem and only ended up being an eye-sore. There are others th... more

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Notifications!

Sandra Harriette | If there were no other reasons on this list, it would suffice to have notifications as the sole reason why certain companies benefit, and would benefit, from having a smartphone app. Businesses have been utilizing the separate work phone for some tim... more

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The Only Emails I Prefer to Receive

Sandra Harriette | They are not usually marketing emails, and I know it's all the hype about email marketing these days, which feels kind of ironic for me to say aloud. A reset password link, a notification of a message on a third-party platform, a response from a supp... more

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I was just thinking about this

Sandra Harriette | In another article about data, I saw it mentioned, the concept of knowing its purpose. I agree with that. I also think about my data in a more reserved manner. Anything is data and can be utilized in a way that data, as we popularly know it, is used.... more

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A dashboard can be anything

Sandra Harriette | Useability, and being able to easily and simply use an interface, is probably at the top of most users' lists. It's certainly at the top of mine. I have an inclination for the less chaotic, something as minimal and visually appealing, although practi... more

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martech explained to ancestral mathematicians

Sandra Harriette | Mathematicians were well aware of commerce, buying/trading/selling, I'm sure of that much. They dealt with numbers all time, after all, and numbers are a frequent variable in almost any kind of transaction. I don't think I would have much to explain... more

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Product demo offers, attracts shoppers

Sandra Harriette | Free things are nice. I think everyone likes a freebie here and there: an eBook, a sample, a preview, and so on. However, I recall a brief interview with a potential client on a freelancing website some years back who totally wasted my time, continua... more

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Always a good refresher

Sandra Harriette | I have read so many articles like these before, but it's always nice to be reminded of the importance of not only time management but time wasters, which is exactly what certain distractions and interrupters are. Everyone has to manage thei... more

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What Black Friday is About

Sandra Harriette | History, as one knows it, can quite easily be the fable everyone agrees upon, but just because I can't verify whether or not an account of events is true does not mean that I won't consider its viability. Thus, black friday and what it stands for, hi... more

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Yes, words are only half (give or take) of the battle

Sandra Harriette | I know of so many people who struggle and straight up don't like to read. I can't speak on any statistics, just my own experiences. Visual stimulation to demonstrate ideas and concepts, how a product works, what a service is for or does -- things of... more