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Monthly Archive for: ‘June, 2010’

The Top Three Things That May Become Clutter in Your Life

Tweet The clutter on your desk or anywhere in your house or office is easy to take care of. You just whip out your cleaning supplies and your workspace is squeaky clean. But there are other types of clutter that need more effort to manage. These things clutter your life. Not your desk, not your office, not your living room. …

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Quote: The failure of Design

Tweet It is easy to fail when designing an interactive experience. Designers fail when they do not know the audience, integrate the threads of content and context, welcome the public properly, or make clear what the experience is and what the audience’s role in it will be. Edwin Schlossberg

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How to manage time spent on checking email

Tweet Although extremely helpful for a very fast way to communicate, the email has become one of the reasons why people spend countless wasted hours for as long as the internet has been in existence. You check your email and take care of spams, promotions, emails people you know, from colleagues, newsletters. There’s just a lot! Don’t worry. Here are …

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How to prevent clutter from making a comeback

Tweet I congratulate you. You’ve done it! You’ve decluttered, sold, and done away with your stuff. Your home is squeaky clean from clutter and you bask in its serene glow. Three days later, you’re hurriedly tossing around junk again, desperately searching for your bluetooth headset you know is buried under the mail, the laundry…. What? You’re doing it again? And …

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Quote: Design preparation

Tweet I never design a building before I’ve seen the site and met the people who will be using it. Frank Lloyd Wright

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What to do before leaving for a trip

Tweet The reason why you’re in business or doing freelancing is because you want to have the option to work and play on your own terms. You want to set your own hours of work so that you can enjoy life more, and you and you also love doing the projects that you’re really passionate about. One aspect of play …

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Choosing an image that fits

Tweet Choosing the perfect and right image is a constant challenge for designers, writers, freelancers, photographers. You always want the picture to tell a thousand words more than what your article is trying to tell. The picture ties it all together; it summarizes everything that you wrote about. You can’t leave the choice to chance. In this article, some tips …

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Quote: Simplicity

Tweet Our opportunity, as designers, is to learn how to handle the complexity, rather than shy away from it, and to realize that the big art of design is to make complicated things simple. Tim Parsey

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Demystifying “Success”

Tweet The elusive, intangible thing that we’re all searching for day after day, month after month, year after year—all throughout our lives. That thing is success. What is success? How does one achieve success? How long does it take? Is it even possible? What Is Success? The basic definition of success is incredibly simple: Success is the realization or accomplishment …

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Improve your language skills with Google dictionary Google translate

Tweet As a person who’s in business or in the freelancing industry, you usually do a bit of writing and communicating, and there’s no denying that English is used by almost every person in the world. You can definitely take up lessons to improve your language skills, but it’s a more excellent opportunity to work on your skills while you’re …

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