How To Create A Great Web Design CV and Résumé? Advertisement The economy is bad. No one’s job is really 100% safe, so it’s time we all bucked up and got our recession bags packed (just in case!). This flimsy one-page document is more important than many people think: the résumé is the first portfolio piece that potential employers see, and if they’re not impressed, chances are they won’t look at the rest of your portfolio. The Steve Stevenson Challenge Everyone likes a competition. Steven Stevenson, a fictional Web designer, doesn’t have a résumé. And in no particular order, here are the contestants’ entries! Contest Entries Sam Brown made a real effort to distinguish between the three main components of Steve Stevenson’s life and adds a touch of personality with some handwritten text and highlighting. Ali Felski‘s design is beautiful and simple, but manages to convey Steve Stevenson’s strong design skills. Sarah Parmenter goes with a solid yellow background and a very prominent photo of Steven Stevenson (who is quite cute!). 1. 2. 3.
10 Ways To Protect Yourself From Client Issues Sharebar Whether you’re dealing with stakeholders, internal clients or external customers, some issues are bound to arise during the design and development of eLearning products. Usually these issues can just be smoothed over by listening more closely to what the client is saying or by preparing and educating the client as to how the process works. There are those times, however, when communication breaks down and issues develop into something more serious. 1. From the start of a project, prior to the kickoff meeting and through final delivery, save all related documents and emails. 2. The sign-off sheet is a simple document signed by an authorized client representative stating that a deliverable is approved. 3. Did you ever write something less than positive in an email that got forwarded to the wrong person? 4. You may assume your IT department has everything under control and that your backups are in a beautiful and permanent resting place. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
11 Reasons why responsive web design isn't that cool! Since Ethan Marcotte published his seminal article on Responsive Web Design there’s been an explosion of articles related to this topic. The guy truly made a good work also publishing a book about it , deepening on what many consider, since then, should be a standard for web design. If you have no idea of what this thing is, this Responsive Web Design thing, but simultaneously you’ve been thinking and working on a way for your web projects to be viewable in multiple devices, then you are instinctively working on responsive web design. Here’s a little insight: The main objective of responsive web design is the inherent flexibility a website can acquire through the application of fluid grids, images and CSS Media Queries to adapt the content and design of the website to any device, even if it is a desktop computer, a laptop, an iPad or a Smartphone. You do not have to create a mobile version of your website; you do not have to create an application for every popular device on earth. 1.
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Blog de diseño gráfico roc21 - Part 6 “México ilustrado” es el nombre de un libro que hace una recopilación con las mejores ilustraciones que acompañan a libros, revistas y carteles publicados de 1920 a 1950. Hay trabajos de personas muy conocidas como; Diego Rivera, Ramón Alva de la Canal, Jean Charlot, Miguel Covarrubias, el Dr. Atl, Carlos Mérida, Gabriel Fernández Ledesma y Leopoldo Méndez, entre otros. Ilustraciones contenidas en el libro Este es uno de esos libros que hay que comprar y tomarse el tiempo para mirar todos los trabajos hechos por todas estas personas tan conocidas mundialmente. Enlaces para adquirir el libro México ilustrado En esos años se tenía un estilo muy particular en la ilustración mexicana, como que entre ellos se copiaban y todos los diseños salían más o menos iguales, luego se nota que van imitando el estilo que en otras partes del mundo se utilizaba. libros Publicado por @Tlachidito Ranking con las mejores universidades de diseño gráfico en México Para participar en el ranking: diseño grafico posters
What Is the Best Resume Font, Size and Format? [Infographic] Forget substance, this one’s all about style. Of your resume that is. It’s always good to stand out and make a positive impression. While most people know not to use scented paper, graphics, colours or Comic Sans fonts, here are a a few additional tips on how to write an effective resume from our friends at ResumeTemplates101. Resume fonts & sizes: The most common font to use is Times New Roman, in black and size 12 points.Other serif fonts (with tails) to consider that are easy to read include: Georgie, Bell MT, Goudy Old Style, Garamond.Popular sans serif (no tails) fonts include: Arial, Tahoma, Century Gothic and Lucida Sans.Any of the above fonts would be reasonable for a resume as long as you consistently use one font only.Make your headings and name stand out, think of your resume like a blog post or newspaper article.Make headlines bold, Italicise, CAPITALISE or underline. Resume formats: Resume formats are a bit more debatable than resume font or size. Contact information.
How to Turn Content Into Training: The Cognitive Therapy Case Study This article makes me nervous. Why? Because I’m giving away too much. There’s a line between sharing information and putting yourself out of a job. You see, experts need people like me to turn expertise into training. Now, if I start giving my secrets away―POOF! Whatever. Now listen up. Come to think of it, it’s a cold hard fact for everyone. What’s this cost? O.K., wasted time and money for one thing. In other words, you’re free to call yourself a coach, trainer, or teacher, but you may have zero impact. Yikes! This is why you need to read the following case study. A couple months back, I was sent an email from a psychologist looking for help to train therapists online. Now, you don’t have to work in psychology to read this. You see, one day you may be making a similar request… And I don’t want it to cost you too. A peek inside the chocolate factory Here’s the email I received: Note: By “storyline” he refers to Articulate Storyline, an e-learning software. An unconventional reply Ready? My reply:
Anatomy of a Web Design Client Share this infographic on your site! <a href=" src=" alt="Anatomy of a Web Design Client" width="500" border="0" /></a><br />From: <a href=" Web Design Schools</a> Embed this infographic on your site! <a href=" src=" alt="Anatomy of a Web Design Client" width="500" border="0" /></a><br />From: <a href=" Anatomy of a Web Design Client We've all dealt with the typical web design client. Every business needs a website if they want to remain relevant which is why, in today's Internet drive world, the skill of web design and development is highly coveted. Here's how we perceive the world of web design clients: I Love This!
Bento Laptop Tablet Hybrid by René Woo-Ram Lee & Yanko Design Bento is quite an exceptional and forward thinking concept by René Woo-Ram Lee. It’s quite a plausible scenario that most of use/own a tablet, a PC, external hard drives and a smartphone. Now combine the power of these to have fully customizable Bento Laptop! Laptop with 15″ OLED screen11″ tablet and 4″ phone sit in shallow depressionsSolar powered lithium-ion battery1TB SSD drive Designer: René Woo-Ram Lee The Fujitsu branding is evident and rightly so, the concept is a part of the Fujitsu Design Award that is organized by Designboom.
40 Most Creative Resume Design Ever Seen Been a while since you dusted off your resume, added in your most recent work and gave it a facelift? Before you do that, check out these examples for inspiration. A well-crafted resume is a great way to stand out as a candidate, and it’s not the easiest task to balance form and function with the opportunity to show off your design chops. Have a look at what other designers are doing before you head back to the drawing board, and remember: a resume’s most important function is give a potential employer a good idea of your experience as quickly as possible. Design acrobatics are secondary to that. 1. View Resume Source 2. View Resume Source 3. View Resume Source 4. View Resume Source 5. View Resume Source 6. 7. View Resume Source 8. View Resume Source 9. 10. View Resume Source 11. View Resume Source 12. 13. View Resume Source 14. View Resume Source 15. View Resume Source 16. View Resume Source 17. View Resume Source 18. View Resume Source 19. View Resume Source 20. View Resume Source 21. 22. 24. 25. 26.
Elearning Blueprint » Action Mapping overview You’re about to use a quick, visual way to design elearning. It’s like mind mapping, but I call it Action Mapping because it helps you change what people do , not just what they know. It helps you design action-packed materials that improve business performance, and it can keep stakeholders from adding extraneous information. The blueprint is based on this approach, so don’t skip this overview! Download a PDF of the overview How will it help me? Action Mapping helps you avoid creating an information dump by making you and your stakeholders focus on what learners need to do in the real world. Here’s a short, fun video that shows why this fundamental mindshift needs to happen. How does this change your process? One reason action mapping works is because stakeholders collaboratively analyze the performance problem, all commit to the same measurable goal, and all agree to focus on activities rather than information. Without action mapping: The client says, “I need a course.”
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