LOGOLOGY

The fast food giant’s redesign proves you can jump on the latest design trends without losing the soul of your company

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The “Home of the Whopper” just had its first major redesign in 20 years, and it somehow manages to both effortlessly play to customer nostalgia while embracing new digital-first design trends. On January 7, Burger King announced that it had made sweeping changes to its brand, from its logo and packaging to its menus, merchandise, and decor, right down to its social media, leaving not a single burger unflipped. It plans to launch this updated imagery worldwide over the next few years.

The company is seeking a more natural, old-fashioned look, with minimal noise and colors like red, brown, and…


3 steps to change your working life forever

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For most of my working life, I’ve earned very little money. Not because I didn’t work hard enough — I’ve done more than my fair share of long days and nights — but because I chose to start a business and build something from nothing.

And for many months of that journey, I was rewarded with poor returns for my dedication. Worse still, there were many months where I earned zero. Despite what the internet may tell you, this is the financial reality for many entrepreneurs.

Sure, there are silver linings to be gained from living with little; excellent money…


Wise Words Column

Advice on becoming pitch-perfect

A woman sits on the floor while working on a laptop.
A woman sits on the floor while working on a laptop.

Over the years, I’ve had my work featured in many top-level sites and publications, like Business Insider, Thought Catalog, Forge, Marker, and many more. Getting your work featured in prestigious websites and blogs does two things; it puts your work in front of a new audience with the potential to lead to new connections and relationships, and it increases your authority within the space you write in.

Both of these are essential if you want to move from hobby writer to professional.

But how do you successfully pitch to an editor or publication?

I’ll level with you. No matter what…


Hey post-grads, pre-grads, and everyone in between.

What would an extra $1000 per month do for you?

For many of you, it could be life-changing.

Come learn hundreds of secrets, get dozens of resources, and find out how to make your own $1,000+ per month with this Side-Hustle Summit.

Sign up here: https://mediummastery.com/p/side-hustle-summit

(Also, if anyone wants to follow us on Twitter, we’re gunning for that 1000! This will also be best place to keep up with the Summit.)

This Weeks Post-Grad Picks

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First up, Kelsey Kryger (one of our Summit speakers!) …


The company’s success is the tip of the iceberg for the dating market

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Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd has entered into a rarefied club of self-made female billionaires after the company enjoyed an IPO that closed up 63% on its trading debut on February 11th. According to Forbes, Herd is also the youngest to achieve the feat.

But more than being a beacon of hope for female founders, the successful public offering proves that dating apps, in all their variations and niches, have staying power. The pandemic has resulted in new dating trends becoming permanently seared into people’s habits, and they look set to remain long after it’s over. This will likely result…


This week’s Post-Grad picks

Hey post-grads, pre-grads, and everyone in between.

First, some exciting news! On March 09–12, we running a virtual summit on side-hustles! We will be sharing more details in the next few weeks, so for now, book the date and get excited to learn about making more money on the side. We can’t wait to show you.

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(Also, if anyone wants to follow us on Twitter, we’re gunning for that 1000! We will follow you back, promise.)

This Weeks Post-Grad Picks


Hey post-grads, pre-grads, and everyone in between.

We’ve had another great week here at the publication. In this weeks picks, we share some great stories, including the skills in demand for 2021, cryptocurrency, Shopify (and other methods of making money online) and another addition of ‘Adventures in Freelancing.’

We’re proud as punch to call our publication home to these stories.

(Also, if anyone wants to follow us on Twitter, we’re gunning for that 1000! We will follow you back, promise.)

This Weeks Post-Grad Picks

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First up, Medium Goliath Ayodeji Awosika looks ahead to 2021, and dives into the skills we will need to develop…


Free yourself from digital mess

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Digital decluttering is a self-help must-do and one that, for the most part, I’ve failed miserably at. I’m the kind of person whose computer desktop is the digital equivalent of picking up a stack of papers and throwing them everywhere. I regularly waste time scrambling through it when I need to find that one important document among the various screenshots, downloads, and copious files named “untitled.”

Unsurprisingly, my phone was no different.

Thanks to ever-increasing storage availability, my iPhone had expanded into a several-app-page monstrosity, with no organization whatsoever. It was a mixture of apps, folders, and webpages—a full royal…


Hey post-grads, pre-grads, and everyone in between.

We’ve had another great week here at the publication. In this weeks picks, we share some great stories, including a call to arms for freelancing, monetizing your blog (without ads, in ONE week), student loans, and failed online course launches.

We’re proud as punch to call our publication home to these stories.

(Also, if anyone wants to follow us on Twitter, we’re gunning for that 1000! We will follow you back, promise.)

This Weeks Post-Grad Picks

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First up, Rachel Yerks writes about why she’s going all in on freelance writing instead of pursuing a “real” job —…


‘Wood-like’ fibers grown in custom shapes could reduce the strain on our forests

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To make a product from wood, you need to cut down trees. Collectively, we cut down lots of them. Around 900 million are felled annually around the world — about 2.5 million per day. In the United States, around 40% are used for timber products and wood, which forms many of the furniture pieces around your home. Ikea alone uses 1% of all the world’s commercially harvested wood. …

Stephen Moore

Editor in Chief of Post-Grad Survival Guide • Words in Forge, Marker, Debugger, Future Human, Business Insider • Lets connect on LinkedIn: bit.ly/3i8wFBd

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