Nice write up of the work that Dan Neff and Aquent IT Solutions are doing in East Moline, Illinois. As Dan says in the piece, "If you’re always going to do what you say you’re going to do, be careful what you say."
Aquent IT Solutions has been recognized as a "Partner-level Supplier" in John Deere's Achieving Excellence Program for the fifteenth consecutive year. This puts us in the unique position of being the only IT services supplier to attain Fifteen-year Hall of Fame status!
Successful creative leaders should prioritize building an egoless culture within their team. Employees shouldn't care who came up with what idea. They should focus instead on how to make each idea even better. In this piece, Aquent's VP of Global Marketing, Nelson Rodriguez, explains how to make that happen.
Aquent announced today that it has been awarded a Multiple Award Task Order Contract (MATOC) under the 951-M On-Site Services Umbrella Contract by the Government Printing Office (GPO), allowing all federal government agencies easy access to experienced communication and design talent as well as outsourcing services.
AquentGraphic Design, Interactive Design, Marketing, Online Marketing, Government
The folks at CMO asked marketing leaders what they learned in 2014 and what they'll do differently in 2015. One such leader was our VP of Global Marketing, Nelson Rodriguez. Nelson said that in 2014 he learned the importance of marketing strategy, not just marketing tactics. In 2015, he'll be working on being even more strategic in his marketing decisions.
CMO.com asked a number of marketing leaders about their resolutions for 2015. Aquent's VP of Global Marketing, Nelson Rodriguez, was included and said he was resolved to make UX the "leading edge of the customer-centric enterprise."
Let's face it: the best candidates always come through referrals. Still, sometimes you’ve tapped out your networks and you need to advertise your job opening. When you find yourself in that situation, here are the five top job post mistakes to avoid.
User experience is all about understanding and catering to the end user, regardless of what’s being built. In a job search, the end user is your potential employer. Crafting your resume, portfolio, and communications around your potential employer can help you land your dream job, no matter your background.