25 Fantastic PowerPoint Presentations for Your Inspiration | Top Design Magazine - Web Design and Digital Content
[Excerpt:] I think everyone of us had to make a boring PowerPoint at least once. What most of us hate the most is seeking inspiration to create those pages because creating a perfect presentation can be compared with designing a full website. You need a startup page, a menu, content and a final page which can be compared to a footer. In this article you can see a collection of 25 cool PowerPoint presentations from which you can get inspiration.
Mirko D'Isidoro: Come web designer libero professionista, il tuo reddito varia di mese in mese e di anno in anno.
Avere degli alti e bassi è normale.
Se però riesci a ridurre al minimo i tempi morti, avrai la possibilità di aumentare il tuo reddito nel tempo.
Steven Snells su Designm.ag, offre uno sguardo accurato su alcune azioni che puoi compiere per diminuire, ottimizzare o eliminare questi tempi morti.
Qui trovi una mia personale selezione, delle migliori idee tratte dal post:
1. Offri nuovi servizi ai clienti già acquisiti
Per alcuni lavori terminati, ti fai pagare dal cliente ed il rapporto di lavoro finisce lì.
In altri casi però, hai delle opportunità di ricevere un reddito continuo, collaborando in modo costante con il cliente.
Forse lui ha bisogno di aggiornare il suo sito, o se ha un grosso portale, avrà bisogno di una manutenzione regolare.
A seconda del tuo carico di lavoro, potrebbe essere necessario dedicare del tempo per trovare nuovi clienti, ma se hai dei lavori in corso, puoi offrire ai tuoi clienti acquisiti nuovi servizi, che ti permetteranno di mantenere un reddito costante nel tempo.
--- 2. Crea una forte rete di collaboratori
Un altro metodo per ottenere un reddito costante, è di crearti una forte rete di collaboratori, web designer o professionisti esperti in altri settori, che offrono delle soluzioni che tu da solo non potresti dare ai tuoi clienti.
Forse hai un buon rapporto con qualcuno che fornisce dei servizi SEO? Potresti collaborare con questi esperti, ed avere l'opportunità di lavorare insieme e condividere clienti.
Queste opportunità sono difficili da trovare senza un po' di sforzo da parte tua. Prenditi quindi un po' di tempo al giorno, e cerca di conoscere altri professionisti per costruire delle relazioni future.
Puoi trovare alcuni casi, dove avrai bisogno dell'aiuto di altri, ottenendo un reciproco vantaggio, che migliorerà la stabilità del tuo business.
Puoi leggere l'articolo completo (in inglese) con gli altri suggerimenti qui:
Masters of surface modeling, the two architects behind Gage / Clemenceau show off the possibilities of next-generation visualization and modelling software, Alias Studio, in their proposal for the Estonian Academy of Arts. Though normally used in the automobile industry, experimental use of the software allows for the creation of an intricate facade that contains a “rich lacework of architectural scale,” allowing students and faculty to “engage with their context by looking in and out in a new way.” The architects teamed up with Autodesk to experiment with the software, resulting in a cross-pollination of automotive and architectural design tactics. Instead of relying on conventional platonic geometries, Alias Studio offers a design comprised of aesthetically pleasing fluid shapes, functional apertures, tunnels, and an internal courtyard.
Shipping containers are low-cost, stackable building blocks ideal for incorporating into all kinds of architecture including homes, stores and restaurants.
Portable, durable, stackable and readily available all over the world, shipping containers are the ideal building blocks for smart structures of practically every variety. Some require just a little bit of renovation to transform into tiny houses or mobile offices, and others are barely recognizable. Often left with their exteriors as-is to pay tribute to their industrial origins, shipping containers can be used to form exterior walls and integrated into other types of building materials. Here are 23 examples of shipping container architecture in the form of homes, schools, offices, retail stores, hotels and restaurants...
“My artwork begins with an assumption that “mankind is in continuous pursuit of new desires.” All kinds of desires are exaggerated, minimized, and deleted in order to achieve a pre-established goal. And the more these desires gather together, the larger and more complicated the constructed being becomes. Thus, this is the constructed fantasy, a fantasy of desire, and a fantasy of our time.” – Byoungho Kim
“Human desire sought consistently in a social structure is like non-material sound from material.” according to Kim. His attractive work involves confusion between material and immaterial, product and artwork, ‘cool’ and ‘hot’. His sound product’s functionality and practicality is diluted with his work’s beauty and form. The artist also pays attention to aura, derived from discourse on sound.
The advent of new technologies, especially the computer, brought radial changes in most of art genres. With the emergence of the computer, our ability to capture and adjust sounds has reinforced, and sound creation and compensation has accelerated through its strong, attractive filtering system. Most interesting is all information is interpreted in the common language of computer codes. Kim’s work is characterized by its distinction leading viewers to a sort of hyper-synesthesia through its functionality inherent in thorough standardization and aesthetic beauty of form.
Trying to discover proper sound waves and its suitable space among found sounds and audio information to be deciphered, Kim intends to encourage viewers to pay attention to his work’s aura through these sounds. This attitude seems derived from his experience in a media lab where he studied video engineering as a printmaking major. Based on his understanding of John Cage’s concept of silence implying that silence is not the absence of sound but an atmosphere, he persistently pursues sounds like an engineer, not as an artist. [Text Extract : 'Variations in Synesthesia' By Younjeong Park]
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