Using the wrong image size for a social media post is like trying to wear a thick sock with a thin shoe. Sometimes it works, but it’s uncomfortable, you know it’s not the best fit and let’s be honest – it looks weird.
When NIPSCO wanted to show people how easy saving money and energy really is, the solution was obvious—simply emphasize the tips that make saving painless. We built our story around The Greenes, who—just like every family—are looking for ways to save. And, just like every family, they have different opinions on which tips are the best.
Another day, another social media update, amirite? Except this time, the change was pretty significant.
Just a few weeks ago, Instagram changed its newsfeed so users experience content based on an algorithmic feed, a la Facebook, instead of a chronological one. Now, the app will show you what it thinks you want to see first, even if the content is a few hours old.
Although it might not look like it, what I was doing exactly a year ago isn’t entirely different from I’m doing right now. I was sitting at a desk, staring at a screen, trying to get a broad sense of what to expect for the New Year.
Sometimes, the biggest life lessons are learned through experiences at work. In the nine years I’ve worked at Borshoff, I’ve retained a number of valuable lessons that have shaped my life.
Before I had kids, I was excited about the things I’d teach my children – tangible things like how to sing the ABC’s, color inside the lines, ride a bike, and life lessons like – how to share with others, be kind, get up and try again and have a servant’s heart. The list goes on. What I didn’t realize, until I became a mother, was how much I’d learn from my kids.