This week’s news roundup discusses everything from the latest cybersecurity issues facing the U.S. government to UX Design and how fonts can affect your learning and memory. This is your Kenzie News Roundup.
For some, the term “UX Design” is a vague term with lots of different meanings and implications. In this article, Kenzie Academy will help you understand what UX Design is, the basics of it and what your future as a UX designer could look like.
In an effort to hold federal contractors accountable, the U.S. Department of Justice has decided to undergo an initiative to legally pursue any contractor that they find has hidden a digital attack on their systems. This includes anything ranging from a data breach to a full blown cyberattack. Learn more in the article link above.
Recently, the first ever chief software office of the Air Force decided to leave his position and depart the military entirely. In the article linked above you will learn about why he quit and what it means for the future of cybersecurity in the U.S. Military.
As we all know, the coronavirus did a lot of damage to many industries and resulted in a lot of people losing their jobs. But there is a silver lining. There were many industries that boomed during the global pandemic and this article shares which jobs flourished and will continue to do so.
In a recent complaint filed to the European Union by Slack, they are claiming that Teams has an unfair advantage due to being a Microsoft product. The claim states that this relationship results in rival platforms not having a fair chance at being used or selected.
This isn’t even something you would think about. That the styles of the letters you read could actually affect your ability to remember what you read. Learn from this article how the type of font you select for your brand, website or anything can affect a reader’s ability to remember that information.