How To Make Cross-Browser Testing More Efficient With LambdaTest

Before consumers sat in front of mobile devices for hours every day, there were numerous browsers and operating systems web designers had to contend with. So, it’s not like the concept of cross-browser testing is new.
Because web browsers don’t always render websites the same way or process data in the manner originally intended, cross-browser testing has long been an important part of web design and development. It’s the only way to ensure that what’s built behind the scenes is properly implemented on the frontend of a website.

What To Do If People Hate Your Brand Mascot

There are a number of reasons why businesses decide to use mascots to represent their brands:
They want there to be a friendly and reliable face to welcome visitors to the site. They know they need something more than an inventory of products to make an emotional connection with shoppers. They want a strong and recognizable personality that can tie all of their marketing channels together. While it’s clear that mascots can be invaluable for the business-consumer connection, there’s a very thin line between mascots turning customers into loyal advocates and sending prospects running away in fear.

The Chronic Interrupter and Over-talker

The Chronic Interrupter and Over-talker

These folks talk incessantly, often off topic. They see that you want to make a comment or ask a question and talk over you about something else interesting to them. Some people get so deeply into their monologues that you, as the listener, may feel invisible. Interestingly, this anxious behavior mounts in the presence of […]The post The Chronic Interrupter and Over-talker appeared first on Mindful Communication.

Altitude for a Better Attitude

Altitude for a Better Attitude

On a recent flight to Chicago from Boston, I was annoyed, annoyed to the point of having to flip my sour outlook. I needed to apply the same advice I employ with my coachees. But to see how I got to that point, I have to share how miserable the experience was. It’s 5:00 a.m. […]The post Altitude for a Better Attitude appeared first on Mindful Communication.