In the midst of summer heatwaves, few things are as refreshing as biting into a juicy watermelon. The cut fruit is often on the menu at cookouts, but it turns out there’s more than one way to enjoy this
Whether you are an artist, graphic designer, or architect, a drawing tablet is an essential tool in this digital age. Allowing you to quickly transfer digital drawings into articulated masterpieces, they
At first glance, the work of Jan Campbell looks like it could be carved out of wood. But what you’re seeing is not lumber… it’s an avocado pit that the artisan has transformed into handheld totems and
When you were younger, your parents probably told you not to wear your shoes in the house. But, they may have changed their tune if they saw these knitted sneakers that are actually a quirky pair of slippers.
Stairs are so commonplace in architecture that you might not give them a second thought. But as evidenced by modern stair design, it’s something that we should pay attention to more. When done well, they
Steal these tricks from innovation consultants to help develop your idea into a million dollar business You have a killer business idea. You're excited to bring it to the world. But how do you make it
Sarah Kauss couldn't find a water bottle as fashionable as her handbag, so she set out to make one. It should surprise no one that Sarah Kauss, the founder of S'well water bottles, is a former accountant
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What are the red flags that scare away potential investors? Avoid these 5 fundraising don'ts to position your company for growth and success. There's a lot of information out there about what not to do
To quote The Princess Bride, "You keep saying those words, but I don't think it means what you think it means." Let's really get into what Influencer Marketing is and why you should be deploying it a more.
A prefab house in the Pacific Northwest belies the stereotype that accessible design compromises on aesthetics. When Judi and David Cornis, who is a wheelchair user, enlisted the Seattle-based prefab FabCab
I first started working for Apple on the PR agency side at Porter Novelli in Sydney, Australia in 1997. Steve Jobs had just returned to the company and the product line was a shamble of computers with
Strong visuals are proving increasingly vital for online content. But what if you have no design skills or resource? Here are some hacks and tools to create great graphics without a professional designer.