Learning Journal The subject Critical Practices stood out to me because as an Architectural Technologist I will be designing buildings for people and am intrigued to see how challenging the ideas of design, narrow preconceptions and following the status quo can lead to unique building outcomes. During an early session we discussed critical practice as […]
Canadian employers may need to step up their game if they want to avoid costly staff turnover, a new survey suggests. Research conducted by Nielson on behalf of human resources software company Ceridian found that nearly three quarters of respondents were either looking for work, or would consider jumping ship if approached with the right opportunity. Among 1,001 Canadians and […]
I plan to play this game myself eventually, but here’s my thoughts based on Clement’s playthrough of the one good Sonic Boom game! The story’s much better than the other games, though it’s still mediocre and generic. The gameplay took the criticisms of the previous games to heart; the controls are tighter, the levels are […]
Feeling somewhat directionless with regard to research, I decided to make a start by thinking local – galleries within a short driving distance where I could go and look at art work without the difficulties inherent in lengthier travel. My search brought up a surprising number, some of them even within walking distance of each […]
It happened as much of life does, rather by accident. My friend Jonathan Rosenbaum was in Tehran for some film conference, posting on Facebook, and I saw it and popped him a note asking he stick a foot in the door for me there. I’d for decades wanted to see Persian architecture, having once studied […]
Deek Diedricksen’s Relaxshacks.com tiny house building and design workshop in Memphis, TN (April 11-13th, 2014), was LOADED with creative designers, builders, bloggers, architects, and musicians, including King Courteen (from Milwaukee, aka Michael Gerlach), who treated us to an impromptu live performance during a break from building three cabins and a tree house on the Tennessee […]
Interviewed by Fiona Underhill For our latest Sunday Spotlight, Fiona sat down to interview Academy Award-winning prosthetic make-up designer, Mark Coulier, who has worked on films such as Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel – for which Coulier won the Oscar for ‘Best Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling’ in 2015, Ready Player One, the Harry […]
ศาสตร์เกษตรดินปุ๋ย : ขอบคุณแหล่งข้อมูล : หนังสือพิมพ์ The Nation http://www.nationmultimedia.com/detail/lifestyle/30360321 “Rak Bua” is made of cardboard. Chiang Mai Design Week 2018 continues through Sunday. German designers collaborated with other countries, Thailand included, on the exhibition “Invisible Things”. “Everyday” is a collection of 30 bowls based on changes in the sky and how this affects the artist’s emotions. […]
Put simply, Agile is a task management approach. However, for the software application development neighborhood, Agile is now a culture that groups live by. Couple of recognize that entire companies, and not just software advancement teams, can be run according to Agile method. A well-oiled Agile organization is ideally fit to flourish in today’s organisation […]
THE SCI-FI METAL ART SCULPTOR WHAT CAN AN OBJECT REVEAL ABOUT INTERPLANETARY TRAVEL? SCULPTOR SARA HANSON CREATED BIO-SCENIC PUBLIC ART SCULPTURES DESIGNED TO SHARE IMAGES BETWEEN EARTHLINGS AND OUTER SPACE. HANSON ALSO JUST BOUGHT A BUS TO CONTAIN HER MOBILE FOUNDRY AND WORKSHOP SO SHE CAN TRAVEL AROUND AND TEACH OTHERS TO MAKE METAL ART. […]
Our host Terri Everett was live on Fresh FM radio on 14th November 2018 With Jill Alexandra from Madcat and Puss Puss Historic wedding wear. Terri and Jill had a wonderful time at the old Anchor Inn where the Madcat Studio is situated in Founder Park in Nelson, which is a heritage site perfect for beautiful wedding and photo shoot. The studio was […]
Since starting my blog earlier this year, I’ve been asked quite a few times how I got into blogging and how I even started my blog. I tried my hand at blogging a few years ago and I failed horribly! I didn’t know what I was doing and I didn’t have access to the tools […]
I got my job as a designer without going to design school. I had hacked together my own design education in 6 months while working a full-time job.
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Part A: Professional Goals. The career I intend to enter into when I graduate from college is FrontEnd Web Developer – UI/UX. In my academic, I have taken relevant courses: Database Systems, Operating Systems, Digital Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Computational Cognitive Neuroscience, Information System, Advanced Algorithms, and Object Oriented Programming, to build the foundation for my technical knowledge. Alongside […]