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18 Mar/12

Real-Life Comic Strips for Designers

Real-Life Comic Strips for Designers

Ever earned only 25 bucks from a blood-sweat design project? Endless design revision and amendments? Scrapping whole design and start over? Get screwed by client from hell? Like it or not, everything that is mentioned above are the reality for designers. Well, I understand it not just because I’m one of the victim. There are few illustrators who turn designers’ adventurous life into web comic strips and it will be showcased in this article to entertain us and may be, as a...

8 Mar/12

5 Effective Communication Tactics/Tips for Designers

5 Effective Communication Tactics/Tips for Designers

Communication plays a vital role in the professional life of a designer. There are, however, two types of communications that a designer carries out. The first refers to the type when a designer communicates with its audience via his designs. Such is called the ‘aesthetic communication‘ and is carried out in a very subtle, indirect and artistic manner. However, the second type concerns the communication which a professional designer carries out while dealing with professional...

5 Ott/10

Elis@, la lampada Wi-Fi

Elis@, la lampada Wi-Fi

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ONDA Communication presenta per questo Natale Elis@, la prima lampada digitale per la casa. Racchiuso in questo oggetto, mix di tecnologia e design c’è un sistema Wi-Fi per navigare con uno o più dispositivi grazie alla tecnologia Powerline, che permette di far passare la connessione Internet attraverso la rete elettrica della propria abitazione. Sarà sufficiente inserire il cavo Ethernet che esce dal modem nel...




23 Apr/10

Symbols and Its Impact on Logo Design

Symbols and Its Impact on Logo Design

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); One of the most dynamic tools graphic designers use to create great logos is the symbol.. When designing a company logo one of the main things is to define the identity, i.e. to represent clearly who the company is and how it would like to be perceived. A masterfully executed logo materializes the identity for the user and all those who interact with the logo. Now, as designers, we have to recognize and respect what gives logos...

16 Set/09

Effectively Work a Crowd by Searching Out Clusters [Communication]

Effectively Work a Crowd by Searching Out Clusters [Communication]

Extroverts and social butterflies thrive on mingling, but for the more introverted crew, “getting out there” can be less than appealing. Here are some suggestions on how to effectively work a crowd of strangers. Alexis Bauer presented her ideas on how to work a crowd during a 5 minute talk at self-described “geek culture” presentation show Ignite. According to Alexis, one of the keys to working a crowd is to seek out groups or clusters of people instead of making...

24 Ago/09

Set Up a Persistent-Video "Portal" for Telecommuting Camaraderie [Telecommuting]

Set Up a Persistent-Video "Portal" for Telecommuting Camaraderie [Telecommuting]

Have no place to cowork and working from home has got you down? Set up an office-to-office connection with a friend to recreate the effect of shared office space. Scott Hanselman and his friend Phil Haack both work from home. As anyone who works from home can attest, while there are quite a few benefits, one of the down sides is you no longer have the sporadic conversation and accompanying breaks that comes with simple office interactions. Their solution to home-office isolation was to...

5 Ago/09

Avoid Inappropriate Email Signoffs [Netiquette]

Avoid Inappropriate Email Signoffs [Netiquette]

Whether work-related or on personal time, most of us send multiple emails daily, which is why learning how to properly close the correspondence is essential because, as the Washington Post notes, you can pay the price for a “careless closing.” Peter Post, author of Essential Manners for Men says that “Sincerely” is an all-purpose and safe way to close an e-mail message. “Yours truly” and “Regards” are also safe bets, but according to Peter,...

30 Lug/09

Prefsearch Searches and Explains Firefox’s about:config Settings [Downloads]

Prefsearch Searches and Explains Firefox’s about:config Settings [Downloads]

Firefox: There are a lot of great little configuration tweaks one can pull off by editing Firefox’s about:config settings, but only if one knows what those sometimes cryptically-named settings do. The Prefsearch extension automates Google searches for each setting. That may not sound like much of a help, compared to linking each entry to, say, the MozillaZine Knowledge Base, but a Google search for an about:config setting often reveals some pretty helpful, plain-English explanation...

23 Lug/09

Email Is the Most Popular Tool for Sharing Links [What You Said]

Email Is the Most Popular Tool for Sharing Links [What You Said]

Earlier this week we asked you how you share links over the internet after having read a dubious claim that Facebook was the most popular. After conducting our own unscientific poll amongst Lifehacker readers, email handily bested the competition with a whopping 30% of the vote. Instant messaging trailed with 23%, Facebook was able to muster up 20%, and Twitter pulled in 9%. Photo by Max Klingensmith. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Email Is the Most Popular Tool for...

1 Lug/09

The Essentials of Email Etiquette [Netiquette]

The Essentials of Email Etiquette [Netiquette]

Those adventitious reply-alls and abandoned accountable fields in your inbox acquaint the truth—too abounding humans still don’t apperceive the basics of able email etiquette. Here are eleven rules to advanced on or follow. Career biographer Marci Alboher touches on a few areas area your email amenities ability charge tweaking. Our own email training impulses adjust with the accent of anecdotic accountable lines, and added humans should abstain the actuation to accept the...

16 Giu/09

Master the Art of Web Commuting [Telecommuting]

Master the Art of Web Commuting [Telecommuting]

If you’re lucky enough that—even occasionally—you can telecommute to your job (though web commute seems more accurate these days), you’ve no doubt learned that working away from the office comes with its own set of problems—and solutions. Photo by Ed Yourdon. Over at her Harvard Business blog, our very own Gina Trapani details how she’s mastered the art of working remotely over the years. Gina highlights four best practices for remotely working over...

16 Apr/09

What’s Your Worst Email Gaffe? [Ask The Readers]

What’s Your Worst Email Gaffe? [Ask The Readers]

Whether you hit forward rather than reply, let contact autocomplete steer an important email amiss, or simply forgotten to include a promised attachment, we’ve all made an email mistake or two. Photo by Ed Yourdon . Over at Slate, tech writer Michael Agger highlights a few Google Labs features aiming to save us from our email mistakes. We’ve covered them all before, but as a refresher, you should check out previously mentioned Labs features like the Forgotten Attachment Detector...