Have you heard of the term brutalism? It describes a type of architecture that began in the 1950’s and remained until the mid-1970’s according to Wikipedia.
What distinguishes this type of architecture is its austerity. There’s not much that’s aesthetically pleasing about brutalism to put it mildly.
Recently, a friend and I were talking about a website that his team had redesigned for a client. He’s interested in using that client project in a case study for his growing business.
The question we discussed is to how to talk about results in a case study when you don’t have metrics to show.
For the last three months, I’ve subscribed to Flexjobs, a job board site that focuses on telecommuting positions around the country. The service lists full-time, part-time, freelance, and contract positions with remote work possibilities.
For those of you looking for telecommuting positions, here are my thoughts on using Flexjobs for the last three month