Graphics Atlas: Search Processes. Yatzer. Inside the surprisingly dark world of Rube Goldberg machines. By Brendan O'Connor On the eve of the 2015 Rube Goldberg Machine Contest college nationals, six teams gather in Columbus, Ohio’s Center of Science and Industry children’s museum to set up their machines around the walls of the hangar-like space and eye up the competition.
The teams have made the trip here by car, their carefully assembled machines, months in the making, broken down and borne by trucks and U-Haul carriers. Team members lean over each other to place a golf ball here and balance a domino there, assembling their delicate contraptions for the next day’s judging. Made famous by 20th century cartoonist and erstwhile engineer Rube Goldberg, the machines that carry his name accomplish mundane tasks in over-elaborate ways — ideally with a sense of humor.
Every year, Rube Goldberg Inc., the company established by Goldberg’s son, hosts nationwide competitions at middle school, high school, and collegiate levels with new challenges. Goldberg's Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoon. Studielicht. Het begrip portfolio wordt veel gebruikt in de wereld van kunst, architectuur, fotografie, web-developers,… De maker van een portfolio probeert anderen te overtuigen van de kwaliteit van eigen werk (foto’s, afbeeldingen, krantenknipsels, …) om zo de gewenste job of opdracht binnen te halen.
Het begrip portfolio wordt – sinds de invoering van competentiegericht onderwijs – ook in het hoger onderwijs gebruikt. Met een portfolio kan je als student aantonen wat je bereikt hebt en hoe je dat gedaan hebt. Er bestaan verschillende soorten portfolio’s: Top Tips for building a standout portfolio. Dylan McDonough, Dream Psychology In a hugely competitive industry, full of young talent looking for a break, how can you make your portfolio stand out form the rest?
Pip Jamieson, founder of creative community The Dots, shares her tips gleaned from extensive research with creative directors and agency recruiters It always surprises us how passionate people get about this debate. Really, it depends on the audience. In the end everyone should have an online portfolio these days, but the more traditional employers still want the tactile experience of viewing a physical portfolio. Or as we like to say in the office ‘all killer, no filler'! Design director, Jake Smallman, sums this up: "What you leave out is as important as what you put in. Often employers will only look at the first couple of pages of your portfolio, so don't feel you need to leave the best until last; it's far better that you run with your strongest projects first.
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You all know, I’m a sucker for freebies. Add “vintage” to the mix and well, I’m totally geeked out. I hope you enjoy these vintage finds – not only fonts, but also badges, frames, PSD retro layer styles and icons! As always, please pay attention to the license on each freebie! Vintage Fonts Matchbook Typeface by One by Four. Molesk, free vintage font by Pedro Lobo Hand Shop Typography 30, free font available on dafont.com Nashville by Disturbed Type on FontSpace My Underwood by Tension Type on Font Space Old Photograph Credit seen on dafont.com. About 50 Watts. "...quite possibly the richest source of book-related design and illustration in the universe.
Will displays the fervour of the most dedicated historian whilst time and again proving he has an eye for exceptional images. " —David Pearson Read Steven Heller's write-up of 50 Watts on his Atlantic blog. From August 2007 to February 2011 I blogged as A Journey Round My Skull. I tried to kill that unruly pseudonym and moved most of the 700+ posts to my new home 50 Watts. Two notes: 1. Tigg's blog - Home. TimeRime.com - Homepage.
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