My creative consultant tale — Part 2

My creative consultant tale: Part 2

Welcome back to “My creative consultant tale.” As you may recall from part 1 of this series, I was engaged in some competitive interviews for two different jobs. Both were senior user experience (UX) roles. One for an energy conglomerate and the other for a credit monitoring company. Read more

My creative consultant tale — Part 1

My creative consultant tale: part 1


This is a two-part series, written by a guest blogger — one of our current consultants. Check back next week for part two.

As I reflect on my past four years with Synergis and all the years I’ve worked in the design and development industry, I realize that I’ve transitioned, grown and gained a bit of wisdom that’s worth sharing. Over the years, I’ve collected a number of notable lessons that have shaped my perspective as a contractor and creative professional. Some were enjoyable, some not so much, but all were constructive. All these experiences are meaningful in their own way and brought me to where I am today. Read more

Hiring guidebook

How to hire employees from start to finish

Knowing when it’s time to bring on another member to your team or company can seem like a no-brainer. But, sometimes it’s not. There are other aspects to consider before bringing on a new employee, such as cost, workload, duration and whether you need to hire someone on a contractual or permanent basis. This guidebook will help you determine if the time is right and then how to proceed with the hiring process. Download it now.

Contract vs. Permanent Jobs

Contract vs. permanent – Which job type is right for you?

The decision to take a contract position instead of a permanent one can be difficult. Making the decision depends on a lot of different factors. At Synergis, we want to make sure you make the decision that’s right for you. Download the info sheet.

Contract vs. Permanent employees

What’s the right employee type for your business?

Contract, contract-to-perm, permanent – which should you choose? It all depends on what’s right for your business. A variety of factors must be considered before making a choice. Download the info sheet.