Vodafone Red Wire

Job roles and positions are constantly changing in response to industry innovations. What’s the best way to stay relevant in a rapidly changing career space? At General Assembly we’re fostering a flourishing community of people pursuing careers they love through education and career transformation, specialising in today’s most in-demand skills and we have five ways to help you future-proof your skill set.

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5 of the Best Prototyping Tools for Mobile Apps

When presented with a design challenge, the time from solution ideation to reality often depends on how many iterations are involved. From wireframing to asset creation, technology can help streamline each phase, meaning you can quickly nail down your ideas for testing and validation. There are huge range of tools to choose from, so to narrow it down we’re focusing on what to use when designing mobile apps.

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Top Productivity Apps

So 2016 has been fast pace and moving quite rapidly. You're another year older, a year wiser, a year closer to a fridge that restocks itself (let’s all hope). In the spirit of keeping up the paces, we’re resolving to actually keep our resolutions this year, and we’ll probably need all the help we can get. Imagine if there was an app that could make fitness fun, assist us daily to reach our goals, or streamline the logistics of being thriftier/healthier/more efficient… Oh wait, there is.

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How to Create a Killer Portfolio

Especially when you're focusing on your final exams and trying to put your best foot forward. To help you along the way, we're sharing our top tips to help you create the best portfolio for you to showcase your talents to potential design schools and future employers.

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Pause Fest 2015

It’s Saturday, 14th February. Valentine’s Day. Lovers of Digital Design congregate in the impressive Deakin Edge to hear from a star-studded panel of experts within the digital design landscape at this year’s Pause Fest.

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