Kitchen Optimization and Organization Cheat Sheet #Infographic #Kitchen

Having over 20 years of experience in the kitchen, I’ve mastered the process of making splendid food, organizing the method of preparation, storage, and food processing. With an organized and optimized kitchen, everybody wins. You prepare better food, shorten the cooking time, have more space and energy to test new and delicious recipes, and even create your own.

How to achieve that? First and foremost, start with your refrigerator. The organization of food and storage times is the fundamental process from which everything starts.

Next, move on to food preparation. Vegetables are much more tender than meat and require careful processing. Master the art of cooking veggies and improve your meals. The king of food – meat should be treated with science and perfectionism. With the cutting sizes and cooking recommendations printed on your wall, you’ll be a much more skilled and experienced chef.

Finally, master the international measurements & their conversions to complete your knowledge and have the best possible kitchen. Now, you just enjoy your food!

An infographic by Kitchen Byte.

App Store Optimization (ASO) #Infographic #ASO #Mobile

Find out what is ASO and how to use it? The most informative infographic about App Store Optimization: main tenses and features, step-by-step guide to reach customers in the app stores. Every mobile application wants to be well-monetized and get a large number of organic installs.

App Store Optimization consist of 6 main tips: competitor’s apps analysis; name selection; keywords selection; writing a description; making a good icon and screenshots of the app; writing reviews and getting assessments.

Every component of this list is important and needs to be done for getting the best results in the complex optimization. The first and most important thing you need to do is to analyze the mobile applications of your competitors. Then you should choose a suitable name for the application. Before writing a description you need to select the keywords. But even if you pick a great name, creating a good logo and writing a description won’t be enough. Screenshots help users visualize the application and decide whether to install it or not.

An infographic by applead.