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How to Deal With the Multi-tasking Problems

Like most of the web designers and developers out there, you might be working in a small office or as a freelancer. Either ways, you need to master several skills to be successful.

• You need to work on your creative learning process.
• You need to master the networking skills, so as to increase the sales.
• You have to be a good administrator to be a success.

All of the above-mentioned skills are sure to enhance your thinking process and you might learn a lot of new things but it can lead you to multitasking. Now the question here arises that how to deal with it effectively while staying as much creative as possible?

Before the era of technology, when no computer or internet existed, interrupting someone while amidst his thoughts was considered to be very bad and rightly so because our brain isn’t functioned to multitask. According to most of the researchers, multitasking might be exhaustive as it depletes the brain’s energy like nothing else as our brain uses different cells for tasks, thus depleting the energies. Studies show that when interrupted, our brain takes more time to perform a task and there are more chances of errors while performing these tasks. To avoid these errors and to consume lesser time, here are few tips for you:

Work continuously for a selected span of time
Some recent researches revealed that our brain can work efficiently while doing a task continuously for around 25 minutes, so schedule your tasks according to it and make sure you don’t multitask during that time.

Check your emails at specific times
Researchers believe that responding to emails and checking your social notifications distract your mind and thus allow erroneous tasks.

Minimize the distractions
While you are at work, there are 100% chances that you might get distracted by incoming phone calls, text messages or social media interactions. To avoid these, you must turn off your cell phone so as to minimize the distractions.
We believe that web-designing and developing can be brain-crushing at times so you should follow the above tips to avoid distractions and manage your work well.

10 Logos with Hidden Meanings

  1. McDonald’s: The big “M” in the logo of one of the most renowned food chains of the world is not just a mere coincidence. In 60s, when the owners wanted to change the logo, their marketing specialist suggested to let it be, saying it symbolizes a pair of nourishing breasts. There might not be much of authentic references to this, but the logo surely went on to become the most recognizable in the world.

  1. Pepsi: After the old logo of Pepsi was discarded and Arnell Associates were hired to design a new logo, it took millions of Dollars from Pepsin to rebrand itself. Only after its release would the documents get leaked, revealing the new logo was actually Da Vinci Code and was drawn on the theory of relativity, the Renaissance and lot more.

  1. Mobil: A beautiful combination of Red and Blue, the logo of Mobil signifies strength with Red and security and loyalty with Blue, conveying the company’s message.

  1. BMW: Being one of the biggest aircraft engines providers during World War II, BMW has a deep-rooted linkage with aviation. The logo of BMW serves its purpose right as the Blue and Red colors represent a moving propeller with sky glancing through it.

  1. Apple: The infamous Apple logo represents the half-bitten apple from the Tree of Knowledge, as described in Bible.

  1. Adidas: The logo of Adidas with 3 skewed strips shows a mountain, thus signifying the difficulties and challenges one has to face while moving with life.

  1. Audi: The tetra-circle logo isn’t as simple as it seems. It represents the 4 founding companies of Auto-Union Consortium i.e. Horch, DKW, Wanderer and Audi.

  1. Volkswagen: The “V” in the logo represents Volks, meaning ‘people’ in German and “W” stands for Wagen, meaning car. Thus, it signifies the meaning of “car for people”.

 

  1. Amazon: Some might think the arrow below the word “Amazon” makes a smiling face, signifying their mission to make the customers happy but little do they know that the arrow points from “a” to “z”, showing they deal with all types of products.

 

10. FedEx: Look closely at the logo and you will find an arrow pointing to the right side between the alphabets E and X, which signifies the forward thinking and innovative ways of taking on the world.

 

 

 

 

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