CXL Institute’s Digital Psychology and Persuasion Minidegree Review (Part 2 of 12)

This week, I finished the rest of the second course as well as the whole third and fourth (final) courses of the Psychology Foundations track. Cognitive Load Dooley explained here how cognitive load makes things harder for your potential customer. For example, if you use rotating carousels that rotate too quickly on your website, you make it […]

CXL Institute’s Digital Psychology and Persuasion Minidegree Review (Part 1 of 12)

I believe in lifelong learning–I’m constantly looking for ways to improve my skills in web design and digital marketing. And when it came to learning providers, CXL Institute was an obvious choice. I decided to take their Digital Psychology and Persuasion Minidegree because I want to get better at understanding people and how they think and behave digitally. […]

Notion for Freelancers: A Beginner’s Guide

I wrote this as a short writing task for two potential writing gigs (both were for tech verticals). I got both of them, and ended up accepting one of them. I thought I’d share this considering how popular Notion is right now. Personally, I use Bonsai for my freelancing business but I want to try and use Notion for […]