Archive for April, 2014

How to capture people’s attention

Filed by team twago on April 28, 2014
How to capture people’s attention

“There is only one way to get others’ attention, and it needs all your best…the best you can do! In order to improve your skills, our advice is : “Be so good they can’t ignore you!” – Steve Martin Ready to show the world your work? Register as a freelancer on twago

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The new twago: Improving day by day

Filed by team twago on April 8, 2014
The new twago: Improving day by day

You have probably noticed: things are looking a little different around here lately! That’s because we’ve started rolling out the “new twago”. We strongly believe that UI and UX make all the difference. For any application UI is the face we see. It can help to create a strong brand name and a good company […]

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Turn the Unstable Path of a Freelancer into a Steady Income

Filed by team twago on April 3, 2014
Turn the Unstable Path of a Freelancer into a Steady Income

Freelancing is far from a new concept. But freelancing as a means of a sustainable job, if not career, is a concept only believable and viable in our 21st century. So if it’s do-able, how can someone go about doing it? The following guide will examine the tips of the trade that will turn a […]

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The first step to be creative

Filed by team twago on April 1, 2014
The first step to be creative

Inspiration: “The process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.” We, at twago, think that inspiration is the first step to start working on a project, this is true for both customers and freelancers; sometimes it seems hard to find it, what can we do in these cases? […]

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