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143 Visuals To Inspire You to Take Action

A collection of 143 illustrations, doodles and sketchnotes from over 50 contributors from all over the world brought together in one place.

Set aside half an hour, put on the kettle and prepare to be inspired.

How to Build a Million Dollar App: E-Book Companion To How To Build A Billion Dollar App

George Berkowski, serial entrepreneur and one of the minds behind the internationally successful taxi hailing app Hailo, is the expert on mobile apps. In this free digital ebook companion to How To Build a Billion Dollar App, he includes an outline of the entire book and the chapters from step 1 of the journey, 'Building and Founding a Team', 'Validating Your Product' and 'Raising Seed Funding'. Through his experience, research and insights, readers will receive the beginning they need to start creating their very own Billion Dollar app!

CLIENT MAGNETS: HOW TO ATTRACT AND WIN MORE CLIENTS: Simple Strategies to Grow your Creative, Design or Freelance Business

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Designing Worlds: National Design Histories in an Age of Globalization (Making Sense of History)



From consumer products to architecture to advertising to digital technology, design is an undeniably global phenomenon. Yet despite their professed transnational perspective, historical studies of design have all too often succumbed to a bias toward Western, industrialized nations. This diverse but rigorously curated collection recalibrates our understanding of design history, reassessing regional and national cultures while situating them within an international context. Here, contributors from five continents offer nuanced studies that range from South Africa to the Czech Republic, all the while sensitive to the complexities of local variation and the role of nation-states in identity construction.

Renewing City Renewal: A call for strong design

Between 1970 and 1990 the prewar districts of Dutch cities underwent an unparalleled process of renewal. What began as 'building for the neighbourhood' in protest against extensive demolition has now come to be known as 'city renewal'. Large numbers of affordable dwellings and social facilities were created. However, businesses often disappeared, the quality of public space did not always improve and districts sometimes became isolated from the rest of the city. Since 1990 some of the old city renewal districts have taken off again and become popular (and expensive) housing districts. But others still have problems despite the renewal.

The design studies in this book show how economic activity, infrastructure and public space can be the keys to new strategies for improving city districts. Four 'problem districts' have been chosen as testing grounds: Leiden's Havenkwartier, The Hague's Schilderswijk, Rotterdam's Feijenoord and Amsterdam's Indische Buurt. Three essays describe the history of city renewal, the future of urban renewal and the role of spatial design in changing the existing city. The book ends with a call for meaningful new roles and instruments for architects and urban designers at a time when large-scale urban development has come to a standstill.

Between 1970 and 1990 the prewar districts of Dutch cities underwent an unparalleled process of renewal. What began as 'building for the neighbourhood' in protest against extensive demolition has now come to be known as 'city renewal'. Large numbers of affordable dwellings and social facilities were created. However, businesses often disappeared, the quality of public space did not always improve and districts sometimes became isolated from the rest of the city. Since 1990 some of the old city renewal districts have taken off again and become popular (and expensive) housing districts. But others still have problems despite the renewal.

The design studies in this book show how economic activity, infrastructure and public space can be the keys to new strategies for improving city districts. Four 'problem districts' have been chosen as testing grounds: Leiden's Havenkwartier, The Hague's Schilderswijk, Rotterdam's Feijenoord and Amsterdam's Indische Buurt.

Three essays describe the history of city renewal, the future of urban renewal and the role of spatial design in changing the existing city. The book ends with a call for meaningful new roles and instruments for architects and urban designers at a...

The Art of Typewriting

Here is an authoritative and beautiful overview of the graphic art produced by artists, illustrators and writers who have used the typewriter as a tool and a medium. Marvin and Ruth Sackner mine the superlative collection they have created over four decades to present over 600 examples produced by more than 60 of the world's finest contributors to the genre. From early ornamental works produced by secretaries in the late 19th century to more recent works that consider the uniqueness of the typewritten document in the digital age, there is an astonishing and delightful range of creativity in every artwork. The publication features three main sections: an introduction to the history of the typewriter and its art; an expansive plate section showing key works, thematized and rendered in exquisite detail; and a reference section featuring biographies of the most influential artists and writers. Each book has a cover with a unique combination of front and back image, meaning no two books are the same. This is a once-in-a-generation publication, carefully curated through decades of first-hand experience to inspire a new wave of designers and artists for the future.

Abstract Coloring Book

Tiny House Living: Tips & Ideas To Stay Organized, De-clutter, Live Well & Make The Most Out Of Your Small House Or Apartment

Are You Ready To Get The Most Out Of Your Small Space? Welcome To The Ultimate Guide To Tiny House Living! * * * Bonus Content Inside - Get My Future Books For FREE * * * A few decades ago, everyone wanted a big house with three bedrooms and a yard to go along with it. Fast forward to today and we have a huge problem with over population and zoning issues, not to mention a crippled economy. It's getting harder and harder for younger people to find a place to live in which is affordable enough. The tiny house movement espouses critical thinking and minimalistic living. With a limited amount of space to live in and put your belongings in, it would be in your best interest to have a paradigm shift and rethink the way you live. Living in a restrictive amount of space will enable you to adjust and make decisions based on practicality rather than just buying stuff on a whim. In the end, you make more intelligent decisions and have a happier life. Enter the tiny house movement. Here's A Preview Of What You'll Learn... An Overview Of Tiny House Ling Including Construction & Layouts Surprising Benefits Of Tiny House Living! Keeping Organized - The Tiny House Method That Ensures Success Tiny House Living Mentality - Taking Advantage Of Your Small Space Furniture For Your Tiny House! The Multipurpose Method BONUS - Future Books For Free! And Much, Much, More!"

Sketches by Seymour - Complete

Sketches by Seymour - Volume 02

Theory and Practice of Perspective

Line & Form

Children's Books and Their Illustrators

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Needlework As Art

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Color Value

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The Development of Embroidery in America

Wonder Women Coloring Book: Women

Sketches by Seymour - Volume 04

Sketches by Seymour - Volume 03