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I have been doing graphic design professionally since graduating from UCLA Exts in Multimedia Program in 1994 and 67nj is my design pseudonym since then. I started as a graphic intern and later I’ve been full-time employed as a web and desktop designer in the Greater Los Angeles Area until I moved back to Italy where I currently work as a freelance graphic designer.

Meet the Fall 2018 class of TED Residents

2018-09-20T03:04:30+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

In the foreground, activist Glenn Cantave (far left) and artist Kemi Layeni (far right) introduce themselves; behind them, Savannah Rodgers (center) says hello to alumnus Bayeté Ross Smith during the meet-and-greet that kicked off this season’s Residency. Photo: Dian Lofton / TED On September 12, TED welcomed its latest class to the TED Residency program, [...]

Watch Scott Galloway’s presentation on the future of retail from Code Commerce

2018-09-20T03:04:23+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Social Media|Tags: |

Here are some of his most interesting predictions. Scott Galloway, NYU Stern School of Business professor and future co-host of our new Pivot podcast, kicked off Recode’s Code Commerce conference this week in New York with a wide-ranging and humorous presentation. There he discussed everything from artificial scarcity in fast fashion to why VR will [...]

A group led by U.K. investor/consultant Ian Osborne is trying to buy Fortune magazine

2018-09-20T03:04:22+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Social Media|Tags: |

Marc Benioff was going to buy the business magazine but bought Time instead. Now there’s a new round of would-be buyers. Marc Benioff is buying Time, so he’s not going to buy Fortune. Who will? Here’s one contender: Ian Osborne, a British consultant and investor who is working with a group of investors that wants [...]

Recode Daily: How two direct-to-consumer startups iterated their way to success

2018-09-20T03:04:21+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Social Media|Tags: |

Plus: The DOJ opened a fraud investigation into Tesla over CEO Elon Musk’s tweets; Postmates is a newborn unicorn; you can never go back to the old Twitter. Here’s how two direct-to-consumer products iterated to success: “We launched with a pretty mediocre product,” Native deodorant CEO and founder Moiz Ali told the crowd at Day [...]

Swiping on Tinder is addictive. That’s partly because it was inspired by an experiment that ‘turned pigeons into gamblers.’

2018-09-20T03:04:20+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Social Media|Tags: |

Journalist Nancy Jo Sales talks about the gamification of dating and her new HBO documentary “Swiped” on the latest Recode Decode podcast. When she set out to make her new documentary “Swiped: Hooking Up in the Digital Age,” journalist Nancy Jo Sales says she wanted to humanize the people who used dating apps: These are [...]

7 Tips for Improving Your Wildlife Photography

2018-09-20T03:04:17+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Creating attention-grabbing wildlife photography that makes a lasting impression is a difficult and demanding challenge. Typically you’re battling a number of uncontrollable and unpredictable elements, not least your subject’s behaviour, the weather, the environment and lighting. But, when it all comes together it’s truly magical! To ensure you maximize every opportunity and extract the most [...]

7 Tips to Make Travel Photography Interesting Again

2018-09-20T03:04:16+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

It’s difficult to define travel photography these days. I see the same photos on Instagram all the time. Overly processed landscapes and sunset shots, the same pictures of a famous landmark over and over again and thousands of posed selfies on a beach swing. Most of these photos are considered to be travel photography but [...]

Is Amazon tweaking its search algorithms with a new A.I.-driven shopping site?

2018-09-20T03:04:10+00:00September 20th, 2018|Categories: News, Social Media|Tags: |

Amazon is testing a new shopping site, Amazon Scout, which combines a visual aesthetic with customers' ability to like and dislike products, collecting more data on users' habits and preferences. The post Is Amazon tweaking its search algorithms with a new A.I.-driven shopping site? appeared first on Digital Trends. Go to Source Author: Clayton MoorePowered [...]