From TrendHunter.com – Marketing Strategy –Cold Brew Cafe Branding – Cold Drip Coffee is the Product of a Quaint Cafe in Buenos Aires (TrendHunter.com):
(TrendHunter.com) This Cold Drip Coffee bottled product is a new venture of All Saints Cafe, a quaint specialty cafe located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The Cold Drip Coffee bottle was designed for All Saints Cafe by…
From TrendHunter.com – Market Trends –Experiential Real Estate Platforms – Casamatic Offers Data-Driven Dream Home Offerings (TrendHunter.com):
(TrendHunter.com) Cincinnati-based real estate platform Casamatic helps future home owners find their dream house with the help of data-driven findings. Rather than sharing an abundance of available listings with…
From TrendHunter.com – Marketing Strategy –Astronaut Networking Ads – The First-Ever LinkedIn Ad for TV Announces a Search for an Astronaut (TrendHunter.com):
(TrendHunter.com) The first-ever LinkedIn ad for TV has been released, featuring a special message for those with a passion for outer space. The announces that NASA is looking for an astronaut and better yet,…
From CreativePro.com » Graphics –TypeTalk: How Posters Work, by Ellen Lupton:
Posters are one of the most exciting, expressive forms of communication in the world of graphic design. They combine type, image and color to convey a message or an idea. The best posters are designed to relay information in a manner that appeals to the intended audience in an eye-catching, engaging way. As a medium of communication, the poster has a long history and a wide range of social functions, from selling a product to promoting an event or a cause. Despite the rise of digital media, the print poster remains a vital, and oftentimes radical form of visual communication. One person who knows all about posters is Ellen Lupton, author of How Posters Work. This book is a catalog of her curated poster show of the same name, which was recently held at Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York City. Ellen Lupton is a curator of contemporary design at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum in New York City as well as Director of the Graphic Design MFA program at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore. In addition to authoring numerous articles on design, she is also the author of Thinking with Type, a beautiful, informative, highly-regarded book used by […]
From Queness Feed –Test Programmers Skill Easily with Tests4GeeksTest Programmers Skill Easily with Tests4Geeks:
I have to admit, preparing a good quality test is a tough job, especially in programming, there’s just too many types of questions can be asked, and you can’t create too many of them. I remember vividly that I complained about it because it’s taking too much of my time. Therefore, you really need to spend some times, doing research because it’s crucial to have the right questions to test the knowledge of the candidates.
From A List Apart: The Full Feed –Designing the Conversational UI:
In the first part of this article, we discussed the basic principles of conversational interfaces, and why you should consider building one for your own product. Here, we?ll dive a little deeper into more specific patterns, and see how you can translate them into a conversational form…
From Comic Book Movie –Former DAREDEVIL Showrunner Steven S. DeKnight Will Direct PACIFIC RIM 2:
After a lot of back-and-forth it looks like plans for a sequel to the 2013 Jaeger Vs. Kaiju sci-fi action flick, Pacific Rim, are officially under way. Guillermo del Toro has taken to Twitter to announce that Spartacus creator and showrunner for the first season of Marvel and Netflix's Daredevil, Steven S. DeKnight, will direct the follow-up. This marks DeKnight's first foray into feature directing, though he has worked on numerous TV projects as both as writer and director. Plot details for the Pacific Rim sequel are unknown at this point – though it's safe to assume the story will revolve around giant robots and sea monsters punching each other in the face a lot.
From TrendHunter.com – Design Trends –Easily Repaired Community Vehicles – The Google Community Vehicle Would Help Enhance Village Life (TrendHunter.com):
(TrendHunter.com) Developing areas of the world would benefit immensely if the Google Community Vehicle concept were brought into fruition. Designed by Rajshekhar Dass, the vehicle is designed to be utilized in a…
From CreativePro.com » Graphics –SOS San Francisco: A Case Study for Collective Visual Brainstorming:
This article details the creative process used to develop the graphics for SOS San Francisco, a group of creatives and community leaders resisting cultural displacement in the city of SanFrancisco. The ideas and methods can be applied to all sorts of other projects with a diverse range of participants, applications, and output requirements. The Inspiration: Pushing Back Against the Excesses of a Development Boom Time and time again, San Francisco’s residents have been displaced by wealthy speculators. In its earliest days, the Missions and the Gold Rush all but destroyed of the native peoples of the Bay. Displacements continued with the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII, the clearing of vibrant African American districts shortly after the war, and then in an ongoing series of ?Tech Bubbles? that systematically forced out more and more people who lived and worked in the city. A number of cities around the world are coping with similar waves of speculative developers transforming working communities into gated luxury developments, and replacing essential local businesses into shuttered offices. But unless this most earthquake-cursed of U.S. cities experiences a social shift of seismic proportions, the current development boom may end up erasing the last vestiges of San Francisco’s famed cultural diversity and creativity. […]
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From Tutorialzine –Freebie: 4 Great Looking Pricing Tables:
A pack of 4 pricing table templates for displaying different subscription plans or services. They are absolutely free, require no attribution, and are really easy to implement and customize.