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TASTE. WHY Magazine - Herman Miller. Food Dive: Food Industry News and Analysis. Marketing. London, one bite at a time. Raconteur - Content for Business Decision-Makers. Welcome to LessWrong! - LessWrong. LessWrong was founded in 2009 and relaunched in 2018 with a new codebase and full-time team.

Welcome to LessWrong! - LessWrong

We are a community dedicated to improving our reasoning and decision-making. We seek to hold true beliefs and to be effective at accomplishing our goals. Blog Esprit Design - Le Blog du design, de l'architecture, de l'inspiration, mettant à l'honneur le travail du designer, du croquis, au prototype jusqu'au produit final. Minimal Design Publication. Port. Input. Lifestyle+Travel Archives - Wunderman Thompson Intelligence. Adam Keesling. The Juggernaut. Tech Archives. You are granted a personal, revocable, limited, non-exclusive, non-transferable license to access and use the Services and the Content conditioned on your continued acceptance of, and compliance with, the Terms.

Tech Archives

You may use the Services for your noncommercial personal use and for no other purpose. We reserve the right to bar, restrict or suspend any user’s access to the Services, and/or to terminate this license at any time for any reason. We reserve any rights not explicitly granted in these Terms. Articles - Ness Labs. Centurion Magazine. Inspiration. The Design Blog - Design Inspiration. Hospitality Experience & Design - Sleeper Magazine. The Vectorian. Coveteur: Inside Closets, Fashion, Beauty, Health, and Travel. OBJECT–MATTER. Decriiipt, le média par Intuiti. LINE LA — Ala Champ. LINE LA | Photograph Adrian Gaut Set amongst Southern California’s highest concentration of restaurants, bars and businesses, the LINE LA seamlessly blends into the buzzing Los Angeles district of Koreatown open 24/7.

LINE LA — Ala Champ

The hotel has connected with key instigators of the LA scene to ensure their authenticity, celebrating their location and the building’s architecture. Champ team, architect Paul Cournet and designer Sabine Marcelis, explore the modern design and culture-led hotel. Located between Hollywood and downtown Los Angeles, the LINE LA perfectly reflects the energetic lifestyle of Koreatown. The LINE LA is housed in a beautiful refurbished mid-century building originally built in 1964, now restored and renovated to create a modern design hotel. LINE LA's Hollywood Hills Apt Suite | Photograph Adrian Gaut The LINE LA is a perfect refurbishment of an architectural masterpiece from the 1960s. Designer Sean Knibb re-imaged the public spaces and guest rooms of the LINE LA. The future of business.

Creative Review. Refinery29. We-are-awesome. Quartz — News, videos, ideas, and obsessions from the new global economy. IKEA Today - An insight into the democratic design process at IKEA. Love where you live. Home Page - The Slow Traveler. Quartzy — Lifestyle, culture, and living well in the new global economy. Falling for Beer. Australian Design Review. BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion. Full Service Hospitality Marketing Agency in NYC.

Homepage – SURFACE. Architecture and design magazine. Australia's most popular design blog. The Resource for Japan Design Topics. Visuelle. The DESK Magazine. Glorifying Eclectic Typography. Mindsparkle Mag – High quality designblog highlighting the best of beautiful Design, Website and Video Projects. Good design makes me happy. Yellowtrace. Design Clever. An inspirational resource focused on design, typography, minimalism and modernism.

Fonts In Use – Type at work in the real world. Inspo Finds. Shillington Design Blog - Creative Inspiration, Interviews and Resources. Inspiration, advice & tutorials across art & design. Design Inspiration. MIRADOR. Made by Folk. On logos and brand identity design. Design Inspiration. Insight. About the never-ending stream of new technology innovations, and the relevance of them.

Insight

By thinker & doer Jonas Lundin, based in Stockholm. Today we live in a time of great promise; hardly a day passes without some new technological innovation being unveiled.. According to some observers, we shall almost certainly see in the next few years more scientific and technical advances than in the entire 20th century—whether these will truly be of a groundbreaking nature or merely incremental in character is a subject of lively debate for now and for the future. The unceasing stream of promising innovations may offer tempting visions of a rewarding future—but no matter how attractive any technological break-through may appear to be it remains extremely important, indeed essential, to closely examine and interpret the inherent limitations and possibilities of each alternative.

Today there are a great number of fine examples of how to successfully harness technology to productive ends. 1. 2. 3. Fortune Favors the Bold. A brand identity showcase. 50 Best Content Marketing Brands of 2018 – The NewsCred Top 50. Fitness + Lifestyle GamePlan A.

50 Best Content Marketing Brands of 2018 – The NewsCred Top 50

BP&O - Branding, Packaging and Opinion. Art of the Menu. About Art of the Menu, is a division of UnderConsideration, cataloguing the underrated creativity of menus from around the world.

Art of the Menu

Art of the Menu uses Typekit to render Proxima Nova by Mark Simonson and Adelle by Type Together. Art of the Menu is run with Six Apart’s MovableType 6.3.7 Syndicate / RSS Feed All comments, ideas and thoughts on Art of the Menu are property of their authors; reproduction without the author’s or Art of the Menu’s permission is strictly prohibited Contact us by e-mail Twitter @ucllc Share this Page Thanks to our advertisers. Brand New. The Design Blog - Design Inspiration. The Brand Collective. Serif & Sans. Whether you’re just building your first website or are managing a dozen, at some point you’ll come across Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Serif & Sans

SEO can be overwhelming at first and can leave you a bit lost in its terminology, but it is essentially a process to get your page higher up on search engines – making it more visible and easier to find. We’ve got four simple tips to help you get started and get your page noticed. Keep that content up to date! This may seem like an obvious one, but by adding more unique content on a regular basis, it helps keep your site active and evolving.

Ensure you’re using SEO techniques in everything being published and you’ll see quick results. Be strategic with your keywords. Optimize those images! UnderConsideration LLC. A brand identity showcase.