Posts Tagged ‘Design’

Hold the Phone and Get One of These Trendy Cases

Posted Thursday, August 27th, 2015 by .

You hear stories all the time. Uncle Charlie was in the bathroom and dropped his phone in the toilet. Aunt Wilma was washing dishes and her phone slipped into the sink. Amusing though it may be, a water-logged phone or a cracked screen is really no laughing matter.

Recently, a cell-phone expert discussed what to do and what not to do should your device take a dive into the nearest pool of water. Given the likelihood of the scenario, it’s important information to have. We are becoming more and more attached to our phones, and accidents are bound to happen.

People go to great lengths to keep their communication devices safe and dry. Indeed, phone cases are touted as the new fashion accessory on the streets. Given the amount of time we spend with our phones at home and at work, it makes sense that phone manufactures have been working to jazz those phone cases up. There are a wide variety of case options at your disposal.

For Conversation Starters

Some people like to show off their true colors, and a phone case can do just that. You can find cases that will get people laughing, frowning, or asking questions. Many people, for example, have never seen or touched a cassette tape. Why not strike up conversation with the younger generation by using a blast from the past to protect your phone?


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Colorful, Relaxing DIY Summer Fun

Posted Thursday, July 17th, 2014 by .

Summertime means longer days and hours you want to spend outdoors enjoying yourself. Whether that means working in the garden, playing yard games or enjoying time with friends and family, here are a few ideas to fill those days. Get the kids involved to help them pass the time while also having fun.


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3D Printing a Room: The “Digital Grotesque” Project

Posted Tuesday, October 29th, 2013 by .

Digital GrotesqueNew 3D printing projects are cropping up online every day, from printing 3D cars to 3D printing prosthetics. So far, though, this is the first attempt at 3D printing an entire room, and the results are amazing! The project, titled “Digital Grotesque“, was designed to be a 172 square foot room that can surround viewers in its detail, and it was all created through 3D printing. Continue reading “3D Printing a Room: The “Digital Grotesque” Project” »

Dress Up Your Documents with Better Fonts

Posted Thursday, August 1st, 2013 by .

Fonts

There is a long-standing joke among designers that Comic Sans is the most overused and misused font among Windows users, and is often a default choice when inexperienced users are looking to make a document or flyer a little more “fun”. If you are looking to dress up your documents, letterhead, presentations, flyers, and other creative projects, you don’t just have to settle for the fonts currently installed on your system, and you certainly don’t have to fall prey to the lure of Comic Sans!┬áThere are a number of great websites devoted to helping you find great fonts from talented designers. Some are free, and some have a cost, but most of them are a better option than the system fonts available on Windows and Mac computers.

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The Monthly Miscellany: Printing & Design Roundup – Best of September 2012

Posted Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 by .

The Internet is full of great resources for people who love to create and print beautiful things. This week we’ve collated the best design and printing resources of recent weeks for your enjoyment. Have fun!

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