The 7 Stages Of A Fast Approaching Deadline [Comic]
Wait…was the blog post deadline the 22nd? Are you sure? This comic was created by Extra Fabulous Comics for the Toggl Team – the people behind the world’s no. 1 time tracking app. It always starts the same way. It’s the beginning of the month, you’ve got so much time. Then all of a sudden that time
Working From Home vs Working at an Office [Comic]
Working from home: the most profitable way to avoid weather. While we think working from home can be great, there are a few noticeable differences between office and home work… This comic was created by James Chapman for the Toggl Team – the people behind the world’s no. 1-time tracking app. Working from home can be amazing, but
10 Customers Every Tech Support Agent Knows [Comic]
Here at Toggl, we love our support team. While being able to provide great support to awesome customers can be incredibly fulfilling, the job can get a little redundant. No matter where you work, you’ll likely encounter these 10 customers and their questions. This comic was created by James Chapman and the Toggl Team – the
8 Tips to Build an Outstanding Web Developer Portfolio
When it comes to landing a gig or position as a web developer, there are two key things you’ll need: the necessary skills and a killer online web developer portfolio to prove you actually have them. Unfortunately, it’s that second part that trips many people up. Sure, you love flexing your creative muscles and coding
How Do Fictional Characters Really Spend Their Time?
You may already know how you spend your time thanks to Toggl Track, but ever wanted to know how your favorite fictional character spends theirs? We went ahead and took some educated guesses: This comic was created by the Toggl Team – the people behind the world’s no. 1 time tracking app. We’re pretty passionate about time
Reaching Your Limit: How to Manage Design Change Requests
You’ve redesigned a website for a client—let’s call him Joe. You send over the link to the staging site so that he can take a look at what you’ve done so far. Overall, Joe is happy with it (or so he says…). But, then comes the inevitable onslaught of design change requests. First, Joe wants
What I Learned About Hiring Designers After Going Through 4,000 Portfolios in 4 Months
About a year ago I began looking for a new in-house product designer for Toggl. Had I known this would take me on a four month wild goose chase around thousands of portfolios, I would’ve done things differently.