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Maosen Hu
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3 months ago

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  1. Supersized typography The big typography trend from past years is just getting bolder and sizes are going up! Stylish hero sections with big bold typography and little to no imagery will be everything in the following year.
  2. Retro UI Comeback After two very isolating years filled with uncertainty and grimness, we have learned to seek out and cherish any occasions for happiness and enjoyment. The digital spaces we spend much of our isolated time on are no exception to this phenomenon.
  3. Neo-Brutalism The brutalist design draws inspiration from the brutalist architectural movement of the 1950s adopting its unfinished and rugged look and the almost purposeful ugliness of the movement. Much like in buildings, brutalism in websites exposes and deconstructs (and even celebrates!) the underlying structure and materiality of the medium. The rawness, boldness and reactionary nature have kept the brutalist design on the fringes of digital space ever since rawness was all there is to the internet. Yet, over the recent years, brutalism has been making a slow but steady resurgence, now branded by some as Neo-brutalism.
  4. Native desktop apps Web and mobile apps such as Figma, Todoist, Slack, and Messenger, among others, are focusing their time and efforts on desktop native versions.
  5. Localized User Experience Using insights from the field of human psychology, as well as usability testing, design research teams have been able to shape interfaces so as to provide utmost satisfaction and a pleasant user experience. This has been at the core of user experience design for a couple of decades now.
  6. Honorary Mention: Inclusivity More than just a trend, inclusivity is a mode of operation; an undeniable and vital aspect of human existence and coexistence. In an increasingly globalized but complicated world, we are constantly made aware of the spectrum of differences between ourselves and other individuals, as well as between our and other communities. It is our duty to navigate these differences with empathy and to strive for meaningful inclusion of all cultures, genders, sexualities, races, abilities and disabilities into proper global society.

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Tina Suah
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over 6 months ago

If you are having issues with your Benefits/Unemployment/Pua payment from Any State you should contact the Department Of Labour customer service operator via Email at Gov.benefits-customerhelpline@outlook.com

Any issues you're having on your Insurance/Benefits program, click on their Customers Helpline Email address above/below and send them an Email Message about your issues on your profile.

#Department of Labour customer service operator Email address :- Gov.benefits-customerhelpline@outlook.com

#DOL #UI #pua #ui #dol #unemployment

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P Rodriguez

This happened to w me 6 months ago, no one would give me answers I sent my ID, social security card 5 times and still nothing! I finally emailed the Governor's office, who then forwarded it to the ombudsman's office and a week later I had access again. And I was 100% verified. It's too bad we have to go to such extreme measures to get people to do their jobs. The agents who answer the phones say that they can't tell us anything so not sure why they are even there? They do have deadlines to respond so make your ombudsman or Governor aware and they'll get it taken care of.

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Maria Elvira dieppa

This is exactly what is happening to me

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Edward Tapia
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over 6 months ago

I need some answers, I live in New York State and since I wasn't eligible for UI benefits I was directed to apply for PUA (Pandemic Unemployment Assistance) which will net me $600 USD per week for up to 39 weeks. Upon applying for this benefit and subsequently getting approved for it I received my first payment of $600 USD on Friday, April 24th, 2020. After following all necessary instructions to keep receiving PUA, eagerly awaited this much needed money the following Friday... to my surprise nothing was deposited into my account. I tried calling the Department of Labor to no avail... Will I keep receiving this benefit? Any other New Yorkers in the same situation as me? What's going on? I just need some answers as to why I didn't receive my PUA this week.. #coronavirus #pandemicunemploymentassistance #PUA #NewYorkCity #NYC #NewYork #UI

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