A 12-Day Plan of Simple Writing Exercises It’s the perfect time to restart your engine and get back into writing. Here, I offer up a 12-day plan of simple writing exercises to help you keep your creative juices flowing without eating up too much of your time. Follow this plan and in less than half a month, you’ll not only be impressed with what you’ve accomplished, but you may also have something worth publishing. The 12-Day Plan of Simple Writing Exercises Day 1: Write 10 potential book titles of books you’d like to write. Day 2: Create a character with personality traits of someone you love, but the physical characteristics of someone you don’t care for. 12 Useful Websites to Improve Your Writing by Johnny Webber 1. Words-to-Use.com – A different kind of thesaurus. 2. OneLook.com – One quick dictionary search tool. 3.
around the world - the atlas for today by gestalten nov 28, 2013 around the world - the atlas for today by gestalten around the world – the atlas for today by gestalten‘prices are sky high: the world’s most expensive buildings’ (pp. 46-47)from the book: around the world, copyright gestalten 2013 title: around the world – the atlas for todayeditors: andrew losowsky, sven ehmann, robert klantenformat: 24.5 x 33 cmfeatures: 272 pages, full color, hardcoverISBN: 978-3-89955-497-7 ________________________________________________________________________________________ designboom rating: (must have) ________________________________________________________________________________________
15 amazing tools for online collaboration A team of designers does not always work in the same office; you work in distributed groups, some of you may be working from home, and clients can be based all over the world. This is where collaboration tools come in – they make it easier and faster for designers to get feedback and approve artwork in a professional manner, and they come in all sort of forms, from free Android apps to Chrome extensions. Some are created specifically for designers, some serve as a concept crafting whiteboard often with tools to make simple annotations, and some are all-in-one web apps that include an element of project management. Here we gather together some of the best available online tools to allow designers to take part in collaborational work in real time.
the growroom: IKEA open sources spherical garden feb 21, 2017 the growroom: IKEA's innovation lab open sources flat-pack garden in october 2016, space10, IKEA’s external innovation hub, launched the growroom — a spherical structure that enables people to grow their own food in a local and sustainable manner. soon afterwards, people from around the world contacted the company with requests to buy or exhibit the scheme. however, the team believed that shipping the design large distances didn’t align with the organization’s desire to promote local food production. ‘the growroom’ is a spherical structure that enables people to grow their own foodimage by alona vibe (also main image) the design has now been open sourced image by alona vibe ‘traditional farming takes up a lot of space, but the growroom has a small spatial footprint as you grow vertically,’ explains space10, who developed the design alongside architects sine lindholm and mads-ulrik husum.
Story Starters, Creative Writing Ideas for Fiction Looking for story starters and creative writing ideas? You've just struck gold. Here you'll find an endless supply of inspiration. Bye-bye, Writer's Block. Telling a Story- Creating Poems with Animoto There is a growing list of incredible sites and tools to give wings to our and our students’ creativity in telling stories. These stories can be poems, voice, text, video, music and so much more, only limited by our own creativity. Last year I concentrated on exploring tools such as In addition to these tools, take a look at Here is my attempt to convert a poem by Jorge Luis Borges into an Animoto music video with my images.
Richard Florida Richard Florida speaking at the 2006 Out & Equal Workplace Summit. Richard Florida (born 1957 in Newark, New Jersey) is an American urban studies theorist. Florida's focus is on social and economic theory. He is currently a professor and head of the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. Prof. Florida received a PhD from Columbia University in 1986.