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The best office chair 2018: ergonomic office chairs for home working

If you sit for long hours at a desk – perhaps you’re working on an important logo design or perfecting the art of your skills using a photo editor – it’s important to make sure you have the best ergonomic office chair you can afford.  Whether you’re a freelancer looking for an office chair for home, or you have a whole studio to furnish, you’ll find our pick of the best office chairs here in this buying guide – as…

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Choosing the Best Font for PowerPoint: 10 Tips & Examples

Choosing the Best Font for PowerPoint: 10 Tips & Examples There’s a fine art to creating a great PowerPont presentation that wows. With so many tricks and features in this little bit of software, it’s more likely to see a bad presentation than a good one (and you don’t want to be that person!) While there are a lot of factors that contribute to the overall design, choosing a suitable font for PowerPoint is near the top of the list.…

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Superfried develops new identity for TRIPOM to stand out from the usual medical cliches

Two doctors recently approached Manchester studio, Superfried, to help them develop a new, not-for-profit web-based education resource in a rapidly growing field of Perioperative Medicine – that’s “medical care of patients from the time of contemplation of surgery through the operative period to full recovery” to you and me. They wanted a new brand identity and the development of a complex web-based platform that was fun and vibrant to connect with their target student demographic. Called TRIPOM (Trainees with an…

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Best Practices for Designing Push Notifications

Notifications are a crucial part of any app. Not only are they a key part of keeping users engaged with your application: many apps require notifications for their basic functionality. You won’t have much of an email app, for example, if you don’t have notifications. But the line between good notifications and bad notifications is fairly clear. What can you do to make sure you stay on the good side of that line when designing push notifications and desktop notifications?…

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Why designers should embrace being uncomfortable

Executive creative director Sean Thomas. Illustrator credit: Anna Higgie My art teacher once ended our monthly life drawing session with a quick exercise. We first took sheets of paper decreasing in size from A1 to A6, and then lined up materials increasing in size, from a fine-haired brush to a solid block of paint. As the exercise progressed, we were given less and less time to capture the model’s changing poses, with the canvas reducing as each implement grew in…

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10 Pens That Pay Homage to Musical Legends

The biggest inspiration for artists is often the art they consume. What we see and hear has an undeniable impact on the things that we ourselves produce. Web designers are no exception. We receive inspiration from any number of art forms, with music being right at the top of that list. A great song or favorite artist can help get us into that creative mood – not to mention brighten our day. It’s no surprise, then, that many web professionals…

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Roger Ver has found a new use for cryptocurrency: crowd-bribing

UNICEF may be using cryptocurrencies to crowd-fund children in Bangladesh, but Roger Ver has found a better utility for them. Ver is asking his twitter followers to send Bitcoin Cash (BCH) to a HK stock exchange official in order to get him to promote the cryptocurrency to his nine million Weibo followers. Ver was meeting with Shusong Ba, Chief China Economist at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKSE), when he tweeted a picture of them together, along with Ba’s BCH…

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Questions to Ask Clients Before Starting a Project • Inspired Magazine

Graphic design clients come in a wonderful variety, but every designer has their tales of horror to tell about the treatment they’ve received from some clients. Much of the time trouble originates from misunderstandings, so if the potential for this can be reduced from the start, it will help avoid the resultant problems. Knowing what to ask is important, and then actually asking the necessary questions is even more important. In this article we’ll share the first part of that…

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Fresh & Elegant Multipurpose WordPress Theme | WordPress Themes

We present Creative WordPress Theme. If you’re an agency, an individual, if you have a shop or if you have any else type of business, you’ve finally found the easier and powerful WordPress template. creative multi-purpose WordPress Theme based on Visual Composer. You can create great sites for any needs: agency, freelance, designer, web designer, developers, marketing, startup, blog, magazine, portfolio, photography, architect, corporate, business,fitness, musician, restaurant, medical and ecommerce shops. You may also like: Recieve our RSS updates via email, simply enter your email address &…

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Building Diverse Design Teams To Drive Innovation — Smashing Magazine

There has been a surge of conversations about the tech industry lacking diversity. Companies are therefore encountering barriers in innovation. The current state of technology faces inequality and privilege, a consequence of having limited voices represented in the design and product development process. In addition, we live in a challenged political and socio-economic state where it’s easier to be divided than come together despite differences. Design’s role in companies is becoming less about visual appeal and more about hitting business…

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