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If you’re looking to see a spring wonderland, there’s no doubt that cherry blossoms are considered to be the stars of spring. In Japan, where the tradition of celebrating cherry blossoms originate, the cherry blossoms symbolize the fleeting nature of spring. Due to its very brief appearance in the season, the cherry blossoms do live […]
Known as the city that never sleeps or the city of dreams, New York is one of my favorite place. With its high rise buildings and vibrant city lights, you’ll feel in the mood of venturing out into various shops, streets, and outdoor events. Whether you’re a first time visitor traveling, or a local resident living in the heart of the city, here are my top 5 places you should check out.
There are about 2.8 million apps today. Many of them are created with one goal in mind: to make your life easier and tasks more simple. The numerous amount of apps can make it difficult to figure out which ones you can actually use. Here are a few of my favorite apps that I personally use in my daily routine.
Have you ever wondered why some social media apps or products gain popularity while some die over time? Eyal explains the Hook Model that encourages customer engagement. Hooked is written for designers, product managers, marketers, start-up founders, and anyone who seeks to understand how products influence human behavior.