Tip 1: An appealing header The beginning of the story, which is the header, is obviously very crucial for being attractive so that the audience will be kept and pay attention to how the story develops. Showcasing the characteristics and tone of the whole project by placing a full-screen image as a subtle background.
Your requirements express the minimum qualifications for the job. If a candidate doesn’t satisfy these requirements, you won’t consider hiring them. There is a little bit of wiggle room here for strongly recommended but not necessarily required skills, but try to be concrete. Keep this list a short as possible. For example:
Startups frequently use surveys as a cheap and easy way to get feedback from users. But the resulting data will only be as good as the survey itself. I often see products with surveys that have easy-to-fix mistakes like misleading questions, improper sampling, and skewed rating scales. That’s a shame — these teams could be collecting better data and making better decisions if they just paid a bit more attention to survey design.