Everyone today is used to things happening at a point and click rate. Swiping their finger, passing by potentially important information, stopping long enough to get a glimpse then moving on to the eye candy and video. We are at a point where no one wants to spend time reading long emails, long social posts (much like this one 😉 and even long text messages. These are the signs that we are heading towards a critical era in how we communicate.
Because everyone needs to understand the best and worst ways we engage in digital communication. How to make sure your intended message is read and understood. How to make sure the information you are receiving is indeed true and how it is making an impact on your everyday life. Continue reading “The Art of Digital Communication”