So apparently there’s three different stages in the modern office work flow. I only thought there was one: Runnin’ Ragged! But lo! There’s three. And with this bit of furniture, the “Workflow,” you’ve got all three covered in one. The inverted cubicle. Workflow covers Social : standing up, meeting, Functional : preparing, organizing at the table, and Casual : summarizing relaxing, laptopping. One of these for the perfect office environment?
Careers in graphic design are expected to be one of the largest and fastest growing job markets through 2014. Graphic design, designing websites and computer animation are going to be careers which most people would choose. Competition will continue to be steep, even though many jobs are available for someone pursuing a career in computer graphic design. Some people love it as a career, for others purely as a hobby while some may like to use it as a part time freelancing tool. A four year college degree or a Bachelors Degree is sufficient to become a computer graphic designer. For getting some technical positions, you need only two years college degree or Associates Degree. This type of career can not move forward unless you get further education. It is important to understand the need for formal education if you want to pursue a career in this field. Read the rest of this entry »
Modern gadgets apart from being stylish are getting smaller day-by-day. And the latest creation to catch our eye is the ‘next gen laptop design’ by Hao Hua. Dubbed “D-roll” or “digital roll,” the new device works like a regular laptop, but rolls up to be a side bag or even a backpack for easy transportation. Designed like an artist’s tube, the D-roll Laptop features a roll up OLED screen and a slide out keyboard, together with a mouse and a detachable webcam that can be worn on your wrist when not attach to the system. The mouse and web camera can also be used as the end caps for the laptop case, while the straps double as ports to plug in your USB devices. Read the rest of this entry »