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It has taken ten years of guitar construction and development to achieve the quality of sound produced by The KINNY Stereo Acoustic Guitar. Initially, Paul started designing and making guitar type instruments that were suited to recording purposes only. The sounds he worked towards usually had a clean lower frequency response. This lack of a 'muddy bottom end' suited the guitar ensemble recording activities that he was becoming involved in. Four stringed guitars, Nashville tuned guitars, Soprano guitars, Baritone Guitars, Electric and Classical guitars were developed and recorded to test their studio characteristics. Untitled Document
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I have always been an advocate of WordPress especially for newer webmasters. The system is easy to use and there are countless tutorials found all over the Internet. But one area that is not covered so well is the management of post ideas in the WP backend. Writers who want to take down notes or brief headlines will need to create a new post and save this as a draft.
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Ever wonder why there are different glasses for different wines? The idea is that each wine deserves its own type of glass to enhance its unique flavor, aroma and color. It’s an often overlooked part of the experience that every vino-enthusiast has come to appreciate. Inspired by this concept, the Doublet incorporates not one, but two of the more common types into one beautiful, seamless, stemless piece.
2014 RIBA Research Trust Awards Brandimage Creates New Cards for Europcar Privilege ProgramEuropcar is extending its loyalty program to include new advantages and is launching a new "Elite VIP" category to reward its most loyal customers. Earthquakes: How Well Are We PreparedThe Center for Architecture will host a panel discussion, titled, "Earthquakes How well are we prepared," on March 24. Michael Graves: A Case for Humanistic Solutions in Healthcare DesignThe New York School of Interior Design will host Michael Graves on March 26.
The Design Cubicle Over the past several months and last year many other blogs have compiled their list of web design inspiration – so in case you missed them here is the Motherload Collection organized into categories for your convenience! Business Inspirational Collections Color Inspirational Collections Portfolio Inspirational Collections Misc. Inspirational Collections
Packing tape has gotten MacGyver out of many a jam, but he never managed to make an entire home out of the stuff. So he could probably learn something from Viennese/Croatian design collective For Use/Numen. The team uses nothing but packing tape to create huge, self-supporting cocoons that visitors could climb inside and explore.
Category: Design This category features articles on general design principles, Web design, typography, user interface design and related topics. It also presents design showcases and practical pieces on the business side of design. Curated by Alma Hoffmann. Popular tags in this category: Web design, Typography, Design Legacy, Navigation, Forms, Mobile, Techniques, Showcases, UI Design.
Advertisement The old adage, “a picture speaks a thousand words” captures what user interface prototyping is all about: using visuals to describe thousands of words’ worth of design and development specifications that detail how a system should behave and look. In an iterative approach to user interface design, rapid prototyping is the process of quickly mocking up the future state of a system, be it a website or application, and validating it with a broader team of users, stakeholders, developers and designers. Doing this rapidly and iteratively generates feedback early and often in the process, improving the final design and reducing the need for changes during development. Prototypes range from rough paper sketches to interactive simulations that look and function like the final product. The keys to successful rapid prototyping are revising quickly based on feedback and using the appropriate prototyping approach.
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