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From Kargo's Senior Interactive Designer: "Five Mobile Design Best Practices"

Below is an article originally written by Melyssa Cramer, Senior Interactive Designer at PowerToFly Partner Kargo, and published on October 11, 2018. Go to Kargo's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

The mobile landscape is ever-evolving, but our core best practices have remained constant for our award-winning design team at Kargo. Follow along below for our top five mobile design principles to see how we keep our units looking as fresh as the latest Yeezys.

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From Kargo's Director Of People Operations: "Five Little Words"

Below is an article originally written by Katherine Merrill, the Director of People Operations at PowerToFly Partner Kargo, and published on May 30, 2018. Go to Kargo's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

If someone were to ask you to describe yourself at work in five words, what would you choose? If you were to ask your colleagues to describe you in five words, do you think their choices would match yours? Which words are you the most confident others would select? Which words are you not the most confident in?

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Ready, Set, GO!

What It's Like Working At Kargo

Are you ready to build big ideas for small screens?

If yes, then you're in luck Kargo is currently hiring!

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From the VP of Global Client Partnerships at Kargo: Never Prouder To Be A Woman

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Below is an article originally written by Aly Gossman at PowerToFly Partner Kargo, and published on March 1, 2018. Go to Kargo's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.

This March marks the 31st annual celebration of Women's History mmnth. Yes, you read that correctly—Women's History Month has only been celebrated nationally since 1987; when after six years of petitioning by the National Women's History Project, Congress extended the existing Women's Week into an entire month. Net net, a victory worth the fight!

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