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Type Love Wednesday (013) Font Name: Core MellowDownload Destination: My FontsFonts Included: 42Price: $16.80 (Originally $168.00—90% off until May 1, 2014) This is awesome! The 50 State Nicknames Browsing through Behance, I came across this awesome lettering project by C. 5 people thought this was awesome! Current Obsessions – March 2014 This past February The Chic Type Blog turned 2 (whoo hoo)…and with time comes change, new endeavors, and all of that other good stuff! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. …and I finally got a Facebook page for the blog, so please feel free to stalk away! 1 person thought this was awesome! Type Love Wednesday (012) Font Name: Gist RoughDownload Destination: My FontsFonts Included: 40Price: $17.15 (Originally $49.00—65% off until April 28, 2014) I’m Looking For My Forever Home! For anyone that knows me, they know how much of a soft spot I have for animals! 7 people thought this was awesome! Friday’s Typographic Treats (077) 6 people thought this was awesome! Related:  Design Portfolio

Muriel Labro WE LOVE IT : Blog et page fan de déco, architecture, mode, bon plan, voyage, ... Event opportunities Planning your participation The planning phase is crucial to successful participation in a fair. A well-planned, creatively executed exhibition will generate results impacting far into the future. Since exhibiting always requires an investment in time and money, you should make sure that you benefit as efficiently as possible by investing in the planning phase. Read more Proactive participation gets results While the fair organiser markets the event, each exhibitor must market its own stand. The best way to reach your important customers and stakeholders is to issue a personal invitation, bidding them a warm welcome to your stand! Well planned activities make a stand more captivating and help in the achievement of your exhibition goals. Read more Many ways to participate Success at a fair is based on a functional stand. Read more Benefit from contacts and succeed Efficient post-fair management and marketing will turn your exhibition contacts into sales.

Leanne Ford, Stylist and Art Director Leanne has been creating photo shoots as a Photo Art Director, a Creative Director and a Stylist in New York, Los Angeles, Nashville and around the country. Leanne's work can be seen in Rolling Stone, InStyle, People, US Weekly, Seventeen, FOAM, Parade, Bust, on ABC, the CW, CMT, E!, MTV and more. Leanne started her career in the fashion industry in New York learning design from Betsey Johnson and Heatherette. During this time, Leanne created her own baby clothing line which became a major and respected brand in the baby industry. Foam Magazine, a surf lifestyle magazine for women, offered Leanne the prestigious position of Creative Director and Fashion Editor of Foam. For awhile there, Leanne could be found with feathers in her hair, driving around the south in her '74 winnebago playing tambourine for a country rock band. Email:

Braizen | Branding & Design for Small Businesses Marketing/Business Templates | The Thoughtful Type Los 8 principios de actuación de Mark Stevenson Entrevista de Elsa Punset a Mark Stevenson, escritor y divulgador, autor de "Un viaje optimista por el futuro", sobre cómo los cambios tecnológicos y científicos están transformando la sociedad en la que ahora estamos viviendo. Referencia: «Claves para enfrentarse al mundo hoy», emisión 147 (10/03/2013), temporada 17. Redes para la Ciencia . Vi este programa el domingo y me pareció buena idea resaltar aquí lo que consideré unas buenas reglas de actuación. Mark Stevenson: Estos principios surgen de mis observaciones de individuos brillantes. Estuve investigando durante unos dos años y acabé por descubrir que todas comparten estos ocho principios. - 1. - 2 . - 3. - 4. - 5. - 6. - 7. - 8. - Vídeo del programa en Redes para la Ciencia . - Entrevista del vídeo escrita en .pdf . - Sitio web . - Entrevistas en otros medios a Mark Stevenson: Revista de Letras “Respecto al futuro no soy optimista, sino posibilista”.

How to Make a Modern Resume - Guide for Visual Merchandisers If your resume still have your photo, highlights your education, contains objectives, without theme and unbranded, now is the time for its total renovation. Some of the points that Dan Schawbel, the leading personal branding expert of Generation Y, suggested on making a resume are the following: Use branded template rather than standard template;Don’t use your picture on your resume because recruiters give you about 30 seconds to impress them with your experience and 10 of those seconds may be wasted to be eyes on your picture; andHighlight your experience rather than your education because a resume is all about showing recruiter that you have had proven success, eliminating risk on company’s part, and not about your degree and deans’ list. Here are seven easy steps to make a modern resume aside from your LinkedIn profile and online portfolio. 2. 3. Your headline is your title and your sub-headline is your tagline or a short statement about what you do and whom you serve. 4. Example: 5. 6.

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.

27 More Outstanding Resume Designs – Part II Learn how to earn $125 or more per hour as a freelancer - Click Here Looking for hosting?. We recommend MediaTemple for web hosting. Use Code MTLOVESDESIGN for 20% off In our first resume gallery we included a lot of professional layouts. Graphics designers, illustrators, web developers, and all digital professionals are constantly looking to the cutting edge. The CV Publication Graphic River Resumes Facebook Resume Nishikant Singh – My Resume Periodic Table of Me Emily Schwartz Waleed Zoghby “My Work” Visual Resume Maria Rybak CV Infographic Resume Creative Technologist Experimental Resume Menu Resume Jyson Sin Resume Personal Infographic Resume Coverletter Dennis Ventrello Self Promo Self Promotion & Branding Renae Hill Designs A Copywriter’s CV Sean Ball Self-Promotional Advertising Resume Designer Resume The Creative Dork Imagination Resume RPG Gamer Resume Graphic Designer’s Resume About Jake Rocheleau

TheBodyShop Mexico ¿Qué es el comercio ético? El concepto de comercio ético se basa en que tanto marcas, vendedores como proveedores se responsabilicen de las condiciones laborales de la gente que produce los productos que vende. Se trata de garantizar que los trabajadores reciban un trato justo, digno y con respeto. La pasión que ponemos en nuestro compromiso con los derechos humanos siempre ha dado forma a la manera en la que nos relacionamos con la gente que nos abastece en todo el mundo. Creamos unas sólidas relaciones con los proveedores y trabajamos juntos para garantizar que el comercio ético sea parte fundamental de nuestro negocio, y también del suyo. Creemos que esta es la forma de realizar negocios. Lo que hacemos En 1998, fuimos uno de los socios fundadores de la iniciativa de comercio ético (Ethical Trading Initiative). En 2005, adoptamos el código básico de la ETI como nuestro propio código de conducta del proveedor. Trabajamos con más de 120 proveedores. Compromiso con el código

7 Tips For Creating a Print-Based Design Portfolio This is a bold statement, but building a portfolio is quite tricky because everyone seems to have a differing opinion on how it should be done. Building a portfolio is about showcasing your work and therefore, it should be an expression of your personality and design style. Most online articles tend to offer advice on just web-based portfolios. I’ve found that information addressing print portfolios is sorely lacking even though many design programs still require them to graduate. Though PDF and web-based portfolios are becoming more acceptable, I still believe that nothing takes the place of a well-executed print portfolio that a potential client or employer can physically hold and flip through during a meeting. What steps can you take to make your print portfolio your absolute best? Get as much professional work in your portfolio as soon as possible. I’ve now been out of school for about a year and in that time, I have replaced nearly every class-initiated project with client work.

Create the perfect design portfolio: 30 pro tips | Portfolios How much time do you spend improving your portfolio? Be honest - does it showcase your best stuff? Whether your design portfolio is physical or digital, read on to discover how to create the perfect portfolio today! There's nothing more important to your career than presenting your best work in an attractive, professional and accessible way. So for this article we've spoken to leading designers, illustrators and creatives and pulled together a selection of great tips and advice for dusting off a tired design portfolio and making it the very best it can be for that design job that you've discovered on the Creative Bloq jobs board. We've divided the tips into physical and online portfolios - let's start with the physical... Physical portfolios Physical design portfolios are one-off paper creations, so they can be tailored to the job you are applying for. 01. How many examples should a design portfolio include? 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07. 08. 09. 10. Online porfolios 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.