“Decide who you are, decide what you want to do, and then do it, because it is surely possible.”
The logo for Armstrong Creative Consulting has had many incarnations, but they each served their purpose at the time. As the client evolved, so did the company, achieving a broader scope, bigger clients and more prestige. the logo needed a drastic jump in impact to stay ahead of the client’s expectation. Hence, a new makeover [...]
Vision to Victory – Destination H.O.M.E. Housing Program is a FREE housing service that will assist you in foreclosure prevention and mortgage options. Home-ownership is one of the most fundamental and common dreams of Americans. The program highlights: Credit Counseling, Pre-Purchase Counseling, Home Buyer Certification and Foreclosure Prevention Counseling. This was the previous definition. The [...]
Apple today introduced iPad 2, featuring an entirely new design that is 33 percent thinner and up to 15 percent lighter than the original iPad while maintaining the same 9.7-inch LED-backlit LCD screen and up to 10 hours of battery life.
These are the winners of my in-class Invitation Project. The students were required to make up an event, then design an invitation that would specifically appeal to the guest. They could choose any event, past or present or future, then design an invite. The fictional print budget was “flexible” to say the least.
Adobe Acrobat X is the newest version of the leading software for creating, reading, and managing PDF documents, and it’s massively improved. Acrobat X (from $199) and its reduced freeware counterpart, Adobe Reader, are faster and more powerful than ever, and both apps finally get a lucid, up-to-date interface. Acrobat X also adds terrific corporate features, including one that automatically extracts data from filled-in PDF forms and exports the data to Excel.
The Harlem Book Fair was awesome. Sold some books, made some new friends. This was the most professional affair I’ve ever attended. Very organized, well placed and an audience of eager readers who came for nothing but good reading material.
Outside.in’s Steven Johnson says the Web is like a city: built by many people, completely controlled by no one, intricately interconnected and yet functioning as many independent parts.
Judges are going to take a dimmer view of jury member use of Blackberry, iPhone or other electronic devices as a judicial policy-setting group has told district judges they should restrict jurors from using electronic technologies to research or communicate.