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Paper Textures : 50+ Awesome Free Paper Textures Collection You are Here:FreebiesPaper Textures : 50+ Awesome Free Paper Textures Collection Paper Textures : 50+ Awesome Free Paper Textures Collection By Gudapaty RamPublished: February 20, 2011 at 10:40 PMTags: Paper texture, Textures In Pre-Photoshop era, paper was the only mean of expressing in written. Even after evolution of Photoshop and other software its demand has not seen a downward trend. Many designers and artists still want to give a distinguishing look to their website or artwork by means of Paper Textures. Blue paper textures More Information on Blue paper textures High Resolution Paper Background Texture More Information on High Resolution Paper Background Texture Paper texture More Information on Paper texture Wall/paper texture More Information on Wall/paper texture Wrinkled Paper Texture 21 More Information on Wrinkled Paper Texture 21 Pencil & Paper Texture More Information on Pencil & Paper Texture Old Paper Texture 2 More Information on Old Paper Texture 2 A Different Paper Texture Blissful

Internet : Avec CrowdSpirit, l'internaute devient créateur de produits électroniques Le web 2.0 a déjà accouché de nombreux sites où les consommateurs assument un pouvoir de recommandation sur des produits ou des services existants. Et si, demain, c?était les internautes qui se chargeaient d'en concevoir de nouveaux ? CrowdSpirit, une jeune pousse d'origine grenobloise, a fait le pari de développer des produits électroniques grand-public en misant sur le réservoir à idées - mais aussi à compétences - que représente une communauté. L? Le site, encore en version Beta, est lancé depuis septembre 2007. Un système de vote et de discussion permet de sélectionner une idée de départ, de l'affiner et de l'améliorer. En octobre dernier, la communauté a retenu un projet de calendrier numérique mural rassemblant les emplois du temps de toute la famille. Manquant de moyens, la société n? Si un produit les intéresse, les distributeurs s? L? Le patron de CrowdSpirit est conscient de l?

6 Startup Lessons From Designers At Pinterest, Fuseproject, and Behance In 2011, over 60 designers started the Designer Fund, to give angel funding, mentorship, and connections to designers creating businesses with positive social impact. We believe that designers should be part of the DNA of companies from the beginning and partner with business and technology cofounders to build great products, user experiences, and a culture of innovation for the long run. That core principle has informed our Designer Founders book series, which includes interviews with designers about the path they took to create tech startups. The first edition features conversations with Evan Sharp of Pinterest, Rashmi Sinha of SlideShare, Yves Béhar of fuseproject, Christina Brodbeck of theicebreak, and Scott Belsky and Matias Corea of Behance. 1. One lesson comes from Evan Sharp of Pinterest, who says, "We just built [Pinterest] for fun … We built this prototype that’s basically the same thing we have today. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. [Image: Illustration via Shutterstock]

Seedcamp Case Study: 5 Factors Behind One Startup’s Rapid Growth Bizzy, a personalized local business recommendation engine, announced yesterday that it hit 100,000 favorites in just 10 weeks since its relaunch — that is, its members have supplied 100,000 recommendations on their favorite places to eat, shop and play. Bizzy is a service, accessible via its website and iPhone app, that recommends local businesses based on a user's favorites, as identified by answering questions about their favorite local spots, such as restaurants, nightclubs and shops. While 100,000 favorites doesn't initially seem like a big deal, it's important to note the speed with which this data has accrued, especially as compared to the early stages of other recommendation engines for local businesses, such as Yelp. Founded in 2004, Yelp has become top-of-mind for users looking for local business reviews, having been brainstormed as "the yellow pages for the 21st century." 1. Shamia told us that Bizzy's app is about changing the ask from users. 2. 3. 4. 5. Conclusion

Screencasting Software - ScreenFlow Overview - Telestream Highest Quality Recording ScreenFlow has the best screen recording available – even on retina displays. Built in Stock Media Library Spice up your videos with access to over 500,000 unique media clips from directly within your ScreenFlow projects. iOS Recording Record your iPhone or iPad screen for high quality app demos. Easy to Learn, Easy to Use ScreenFlow’s intuitive UI allows everyone to create amazing content in minutes. Powerful Video Editing Tools Add pro touches to your videos with transitions, text animations, video animations, freehand annotations, multi-channel audio and more. Professional Animations & Motions Graphics Animate graphics, titles and logos with built in video and text animations. Better Tools for Software Tutorials Use Styles and Templates to make editing a series of Software tutorials quicker and easier. Streamlined Media Management Closed Caption Support Use ScreenFlow’s caption editor tool to add, edit and even burn in ADA compliant soft subtitles to your videos.

E-collaboratif : IBM ouvre le Jam aux entreprises Empruntée à l'univers du jazz dans lequel elle consiste à réunir des musiciens pour une improvisation, une Jam session revue et corrigée par IBM désigne un brainstorming en ligne rassemblant divers interlocuteurs. La pratique s'appuie ainsi notamment sur les forums de discussion, mais également les blogs, le but étant de mettre à profit la créativité des collaborateurs pour faire germer des idées. IBM Global Business Services propose désormais une offre de conseil en matière de stratégie et de conduite du changement s'articulant autour de brainstormings en ligne, les Jams. Et comme on est jamais mieux servi que par soi-même, IBM a appliqué le concept en interne dès 2003, au cours d'une session baptisée ValuesJam, dont le but était de redéfinir les valeurs de l'entreprise. Sur la base des 46 000 idées récoltées durant ce remue-méninge version Web, IBM lance de dix nouvelles offres dans lesquelles elle investira 100 millions de dollars.

Try "Location Boxing" to Get Your Brain to Switch Gears — lifehacker For the past week, I’ve been taking an hour or so at the coffee shop near my office to knock out most of my email and communications. Then when I get back to the office, I stay out of email as much as possible. The experiment has made me realize that shaking up my work environment helps me stay more focused and productive. It’s sort of like the concept of Timeboxing but with more of a physical twist. “Location boxing” seems appropriate. There are four main types of thinking I need to do in a typical work week. Design-thinking: Visual design and thinking about the user experienceCoding-thinking: Building new features, solving technical problemsBusiness-thinking: Internal communications, interviews, and helping out on some sales callsSupport-thinking: Bug fixes, and responding to questions from RescueTime users It’s next to impossible to do any of those simultaneously and be effective. Timeboxing is a great idea, but I’ve found it really hard to stick to. The answer?

Free Online Course Materials | About OCW (Saving...) (Saving...) How to bring a product to market / A very rare interview with Sean Ellis Nivi · December 14th, 2009 Sean Ellis recently sat down with us and explained how to bring products to market. You should listen to this interview for ideas on how to get to product/market fit, how to measure fit, and how to survey your users so you can improve fit. If you don’t know Sean from his blog or tweets, he lead marketing from launch to IPO filing at LogMeIn and Uproar. This is the first time Sean has done an interview on the record. SlideShare: How to bring a product to market Audio: Interview with chapters (for iPod, iPhone, iTunes) Audio: Interview without chapters (MP3, works anywhere) Transcript with highlights: Below This inteview is free — thanks to KISSmetrics We’re bringing this interview to you free, thanks to the kind support of KISSmetrics. KISSmetrics built survey.io with Sean — now they’re collaborating on KISSMetrics, a new tool for funnel optimization. Prerequisites You’ll get more out of this interview if you also read: Outline Transcript Nivi: Right. Sean: Yeah.

Showcase of Eco-friendly (Green) Website Designs What is the best source of the inspiration? The nature! By living in this beautiful mother Earth, we could get so much inspiration from the sky, the trees, the grasses, and even the ground, your brain is the limit! Witnessing their very beauty, it’s a no-brainer for web designers to implement these elements of nature into what’s so called eco-friendly web design. In this collection you will find 30 chosen examples of nature inspired websites. Most of the websites use nature-related colors like green, brown and blue as well as the nature textures like leaves, floral and woods. More beautiful web design showcases: Origen Creatives Green and brown, the two colors which are mostly associated with the nature are used in this website design, and they are combined nicely to create an eco-friendly website! Sunrise Design Really beautiful and refreshing watercolor illustration. Lipton Green Tea Lipton Green Tea website uses a lot of green colors to bring out the nature feel. Sera Tomate Cookiesound

Innovation ouverte Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Elle peut concerner tous les domaines de la recherche. Dans sa matérialisation économique, elle se traduit souvent par des plates-formes et outils d'échanges de type Give and Get (donner/recevoir) ou des plates-formes mutualisées d'innovation. Dans certains cas, par exemple pour les prix (allant jusqu'à 1 million de US dollars) délivrés par une entreprise qui joue le rôle d'intermédiaire en innovation ouverte comme InnoCentive, il s'agit d'inviter les « esprits créatifs » à trouver les meilleurs chances de résoudre le mieux possible, et le plus vite possible les problèmes les plus graves que l'humanité doit affronter[1] (problèmes de biodiversité, pollution, climat, santé environnementale, alimentation, développement, éducation). Dans ce cas, en échange des bourses scientifiques qui sont offertes aux chercheurs retenus, il leur est demandé de publier leurs résultats sous une licence perpétuelle, libre, gratuite[2],[3]. Remarques :

Innovation Is Dead, Long Live Innovation | Design on GOOD The pursuit of innovation has taken over pop culture as the Holy Grail every organization should strive for. From big tech, consumer electronics, and automotive, to fashion, and even food, everyone is gunning for innovation. Often perceived as "think tanking"—dreaming up solutions and ideating in multicolored Post-Its—innovation is a necessity to compete in the marketplace. The "soft innovation" and strategy process is the preliminary part of that, yes. But the hardest, most valuable, and elusive bit is the execution and integration with, often times archaic, systems. Two years ago the inaugural No Right Brain Left Behind innovation challenge asked the creative industries to dream up solutions that could help the creativity crisis in the United States' education system. However, when it came to integrating our solutions within the educational system, it soon become clear that we didn't have a clue what we were doing. The goal was to put something real and effective out into the world.

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