Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs Myers have identified sixteen personality types. Using code system that consists of four letters to differentiate traits, the test results can easily be referred to the characteristics owned and shared by the world’s famous people.
The main attributes of the 16 major personality types include extroversion (E), introversion (I), sensing (S), intuition (N), thinking (T), feeling(F), judging (J) and perceiving (P). These characteristics are grouped together to form a common personality type.ESTJ (Overseer)
People with personality type has the ability to keep things run smoothly and even systematically. They focus on the present and count [...]
As the online world takes the domination of day to day life, the emergence of new websites and applications every single day is an inevitable fact. Due to that, online platforms and applications are competing to win over the virtual market. One of the most affecting factor that is key to invite more traffic is the design of the webs. To achieve the objective, many adopt User Interface (UI) design which focuses on catering the expectations and needs of the users’.
Below are the top ten UI elements that can help web designers ensure that the tall order is met.1. A website story
A good platform usually creates a website story that displays real images and interactive [...]
Having been reputed to be the world class awards for outstanding individuals in film industry, the Oscars celebrated its 90th year earlier this year. Despite the worldwide attention to the glamorous occasion, there may be some interesting facts that might be missed. The astonishing findings, however, seem to be rather coincidentally gender related thus should not be thought to be intentionally biased.
The top three highest paid actors in 2017 earned more than twice the $26 million earned by the year’s highest paid actress, Emma Stone. In the number one position is actor Mark Wahlberg with the total earning of $68 million, which is followed by Dwayne Johnson at $65 million and [...]
While some are dying to be in the spotlight, quite many others have a hard time when required to speak publicly. In fact, it has been estimated that 75% of the world’s population experience limelight fright, 19% of whom even claim to be more afraid of public speaking than other serious commonly known frights, such as height, death, darkness and poisonous animals, like spiders. The three fourth population do admit that not only will the fright present itself in noticeable signs, like trembling voice, being out of breath and sweating, but it will further put their jobs at risk. Well, is there any solution to this nerve wrecking job duty?
As 15.7% of office workers consider [...]