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Hace un par de semanas, hablábamos de algunas de las técnicas publicitarias empleadas en los supermercados para inducirnos a la compra. Un tema que al parecer despertó el interés de muchos de vosotros. Pues bien, hoy hablaremos de un campo directamente relacionado con la alimentación: la fotografía publicitaria de productos alimentarios . Cuando hablamos de algunas curiosidades sobre la publicidad , mencionamos alguno de estos trucos, como los helados hechos a base de puré de patata para que resistieran el calor de los focos. Sin embargo, los ejemplos de hoy van un paso más allá.
I think some of the stuff is lovely - like the solar system coming out of the TV, but most of it just creeps me out. I don't want everything to be on glass, it just makes everything less tangible and less personal, almost cold. I like having curtains up to my windows, I like cooking on a gas hob, I like reading from a real book, and I like shopping for clothes by looking around the shop and browsing, not by watching them all move about on a screen. Moreover, where will it go from here - there are advances in technology which are, in my opinion, unnecessary, almost making life too easy and teaching us to be lazy. Next thing you know it will be okay not to turn up to work in a morning because you can just video in; if you're ill then fair enough, but really, just because you can't be bothered? This is wrong.
Whether you’re a designer, developer, animator, or blogger, your workstation plays a major role in how you get things done. Some of us like a neat, clean, and inspiring workspace, while others require a crazy over-the-top hardware configuration. In this article, we’ve compiled a showcase of photos that will give you workstation envy. The thing about workstations is that even if you have a nice one, seeing another awesome setup can make you a bit jealous.
if you choose to live on your own as a young person (and i say this assuming that you don’t earn major bucks or perhaps you live in an expensive city – or both) you will probably be faced with the reality of renting a studio apartment. unless you’re an investment banker, or you won the lotto, or your granddad left you a sweet inner city pad the size of an ark that he bought back in 1950 for R500, or you’ve found some 3 bedroom palace with wooden floors and a working fireplace that’s being rented out for tuppence. if you’re one of those people, please don’t pity me. for i might be jumping on the studio flat bandwagon one of these days, and of course in lieu of that, the first thing i consider is HOW TO DECORATE. zach motl lives in a 178 ft² studio apartment in brooklyn. that’s 16m² folks… he’s an interior decorator, which explains why his flat looks the way it does. “the more stuff you put in a room, the bigger it seems”
The City View Residence by Dick Clark Architecture | Luxury Furniture, Property, Travel & Interior DesignThe City View Residence by Dick Clark Architecture Dick Clark Architecture completed this contemporary residence for clients in Austin, Texas. The design was inspired by the clients’ desire to live in a house that reflects their values and lifestyle, the house takes an architecturally minimal approach with simple massing, an understated material palette, contemporary furniture and large expanses of glass.
The Luxury Glass Pavilion House by Steve Hermann | Luxury Furniture, Property, Travel & Interior DesignThe Luxury Glass Pavilion House by Steve Hermann The Luxury Glass Pavilion House by Steve Hermann is currently on the market for $35,000,000 via Westside Estate Agency . The Glass Pavilion is a luxury modern home set within a 3.5 acre estate of oak groves in Montecito and boasting 15,000 square feet under roof, this home is impressive beyond words. An almost entirely glass home, it allows the occupants to be comfortably inside while completely enveloped within nature. As you drive down the long gated driveway, the home slowly comes into view.
I'm obsessed with making-over old, worn out furniture. It's amazing how almost any old piece can be totally transformed with new paint, hardware and a little imagination! Here are three examples from Ladies Home Journal...click here to read the entire article. Out-dated side table with stone top transformed into a bright and cheerful accent piece! *First they removed the hardware and stone top, sanded the table all over, and applied a coat of primer. *Then they gave it two coats of semigloss latex paint in a lively citrus hue.
So many times email signatures are an afterthought and not really looked at as an opportunity to sell.
Ecommerce businesses need to understand their customers. But it takes time and money to attend to each customer individually. The best strategy is to segregate the customer base into common attributes — called "segments." You can then target each segment with specific marketing campaigns and promotions. Defining these segments requires careful analysis of your customers and your products, using your site analytics.
Lately, I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about the upcoming fall season. It’s my favorite time of year and I love everything about October-December. Of course, cooking for the season is a lot of fun and part of that involves a lot of baking.
Where I live, there is that happy medium in the summer months that we hope for – too hot and we take shelter in our air conditioned homes, too cool and we run for our sweaters. But come evening, the fog rolls in and cools the valleys, and most nights are pleasant. It’s sleep-with-your-windows-open nice. Perhaps my favorite part of this time of year is seeing our neighbors outdoors, working on their yards, walking their dogs, the children riding bikes. After an extended “Springter” (it almost feels like that wintery-spring season we experienced warrants its own name), it’s nice to spend time with our neighborhood friends again, to see everyone come out of hiding. We’ve been enjoying impromptu gatherings on the block, and last weekend, we gathered on a beautiful summer evening, wine glasses in hand, the children toasting s’mores over the fire pit.
Someone told me that the reign of the cupcake has come to a close.