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  1. Sep 2020
  2. Jul 2020
    1. Resume 5 Tips for Designers

      he is using Illustrator, which is a good sign, lmao.

    1. When grouping items into close proximity, you typically need to makesome changes, such as in the size or weight or placement of text or graphics.Body copy (the main bulk of reading text) does not have to be 12 point!

      noteworthy

    2. Items relating to each other should be grouped close together. Whenseveral items are in close proximity to each other, they become one visualunit rather than several separate units.

      On proximity

    3. Every element shouldhave some visual connection with another element on the page. This createsa clean and sophisticated look.

      On alignment

    4. Repeat visual elements of the design throughout the piece. You canrepeat colors, shapes, textures, spatial relationships, line thicknesses, fonts,sizes, graphic concepts, etc. This develops the organization and strengthensthe unity.

      On repetition

    5. Contrast is often the mostimportant visual attraction on a page—it’s what makes a reader look at thepage in the first place. It also clarifies the communication.

      on contrast

    1. Mismatching Fonts

      2-3 Fonts MAX.

    2. Another common mistake is to attempt to fit too many words into one line of text. For readability purposes, 50 to 60 characters per line is the ideal length.

      ideal length of a line.

  3. Jun 2020
    1. Visual Basic (VB) is an object-oriented programming language and that enables the developers to build a variety of secure and robust applications that run on the .NET Framework.

      Visual Basic (VB) is an object-oriented programming language and that enables the developers to build a variety of secure and robust applications that run on the .NET Framework.

      To learn more about visual basic refer Visual Basic (VB.NET) Tutorial

  4. May 2020
  5. Apr 2020
    1. Vertical navigation needs to scroll and “stick” to the screen so that users don’t lose it. Often vertical navigation works well on a single page design
    2. With wider screens, the scroll is higher and some navigation elements might get “lost.”
    3. One thing is certain when it comes to navigation trends, users and designers seem to be fed up with completely hidden styles and demand options that work in similar formats on desktops and mobile devices. This might be one of the reasons a vertical pattern is trending.
    4. Responsive design almost forced designers to think about alternative navigation patterns to make getting around on small screens easier. And the hamburger menu icon was born.
    5. The common theme is that many hamburger icons open into vertical sliding navigation.
    6. One more word of advice when thinking about vertical navigation: Don’t be tempted to cram it too full of elements just to fill up the depth of a standard-resolution screen. White space is totally acceptable – and even highly recommended – as a design tool in this format.
    7. Non-traditional navigation styles can be a fun way to break up some of the same old design patterns.

      See the really creative/fun example image above.

    1. A top navigation conserves more vertical page space than a left navigation. With a left navigation, the navigation links occupy the left column of your page. This shrinks and narrows the content area of your page, which means you will have less space for your content. A top navigation, however, uses minimal vertical space, which allows you to occupy the content area of your page with content only.
    2. Because users read items from left to right, the priority direction for reading items is stronger horizontally than vertically.
    3. Items in a top navigation do not have equal weight. The leftmost items carry more visual weight than other items because of its placement in the primary optical area (top left). Items in the top left area get more exposure and are often seen as more important than other items.
    4. you will have certain items with higher priority than others. Because the user’s topic of interest is more limited in this context, placing items in a top navigation allows users to find what they want faster and easier.
  6. Mar 2020
    1. Layouts uses the Bootstrap framework, so everything you build with it is responsive. Sites that you build with Layouts display great on desktops, tablets and phones. The Bootstrap grid will shift and adjust automatically according to the screen size. Layouts gives you additional control over the exact appearance in every width. You can manually select how the grid will appear, to get perfect positioning on every device. You can even completely hide parts of the page if you don’t want them to appear on narrow screens.

      Good illustration

  7. Feb 2020
    1. Infographics, Online, Learning, Engagement, Visual

      research article

    2. visual are processed 60,000 times faster in the brain than text and visual aids in the classroom improve learning up to 400 percent. Ideas presented graphically are easier to understand and remember than those presented as words, (Kliegel et al., 1987).

      throw out this factoid when doing video?

  8. Dec 2019
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  • Nov 2019
    1. Science sorely needs best practices in visual communication as well as in information design, a mature field with quantitative methods.

      Visual communication has scientifically proven grounds; it is not just some obscur magic from an artistic genius

  • Oct 2019
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  • May 2019
    1. Historic images of railroads; Black + White; strong consistent tie to local community and local ag; strong tie to history

  • Apr 2019
    1. Visual Effects (VFX)

      Samaj Infotech is an award-winning VFX Company in India, USA provides Visual Effects Services like Rotoscoping, Matchmove & Tracking, 2D/3D Compositing and more.

  • Feb 2019
    1. Creating mental and physical representations of digital content focused on accessibility and approachability

      Creating visual representations to understand the content being researched.

  • Oct 2018
  • Jul 2018
    1. To begin to develop a grammar of fake news, I collected six types of false information we’ve seen this election season.
    1. VA3-6.1Identify similarities and connections between the visual arts and other subjects in the school curriculum

      Standard VA3-6.1

    2. the ways that his or her use of organizational principles and expressive features evoke the ideas he or she intended to convey in a work of visual art

      For Unit Plan- connecting health/science lesson to visual arts

    3. Use his or her own ideas in creatingworks of visual art

      Grade 3- Standard VA3-1.1 Drawing and object representations for digestive and respiratory systems activity

  • May 2018
    1. They went co lunch cogecher in che Gresham Hote

      The Gresham Hotel that Eilis and Rose eat lunch is a real location in Dublin, Ireland. This is an image of what the outside as well as the surrounding street would have looked like as they enjoyed Eilis's final day in Ireland.

    1. This film still from the film adaptation of Brooklyn offers an recreation of what Bartocci's would have looked like.

  • Mar 2018
    1. starts every project by visually exploring the available activity data collected on Spotify users.
    2. analysts often just look at numbers: summary statistics like mean, median and spread. They don't always engage in visual data exploration.
    1. ltngu1stte, visual, aural, gestural, and spatial-which they found could be

      In "Forty Years Later, the Golden Record Goes Vinyl" is an interesting article because it incorporates three of the five mutlimodal modes which are linguistic, visual, and aural. The Golden Record originally was not intended for human consumption but after several years later it was. The Golden Record was created in several different languages so that many people would be able to understand.

    1. While that allows you to use the string class, the relevant operator<< is defined in the <string> header itself, so you must include that manually

      为什么有时候使用visual c++会提示 cout << 不能输出 string 类型: 因为 <iostream> 包含了头文件 <xstring>, 该头文件引入了 string 类型但是未引入 operator<<

    1. There are 4 four requirements that must be met to successfully send a message to the future: • message must survive (durable) • message must be found (in plain sight) • message must be understood (build in a Rosetta stone) • message must be believed (so the message must be comprehensive enough for it to be judged as true)

      Conca is showing that all forms of multimodal communication must be used to get the maximum effect for the maximum amount of time. The better organized it is for the reader to understand the message.

    2. Oil&Gas production in the Permian Basin (that hosts the WIPP deep geologic nuclear waste repository) compared to production in the next largest fields.

      The data charge can further help readers understand the situation. By presenting data with visual aid readers can now see the changes that are happening rather than just try to think about them by reading it. Also it creates a better point of argument and persuasive tone by using data charts such as these.

    3. The search for how to utter a crucial message through time involves many scholarly disciplines, including semiotics (the study of signs), linguistics, history and anthropology.  This last one is tricky. King Tut got it really wrong - both tomb raiders and archeologists didn’t believe his warnings of death.  The fourth point means the message we send to the future must include a great deal of information - much, much more than can be written on a granite monument.

      Showing signs of danger that are only prevalent in our time will not work. Conca is suggesting something further than what can written or what can be shown. The message has to present some aura around it to make it more intimidating when giving off cautions. This Aural mode of thinking can come from take elements from both visual and linguistic modes to create a more emphasis to the message someone is trying to portray.

    4. Many people think we need to put scary signs, warning humans of nuclear waste buried in the ground, in the distant future after we’ve had some kind of apocalypse

      Using a more visual presentation may be more efficient, if we are talking about thousands of years into the future. The use of the visual modal context of the photo shows a universally negative image, even if a person doesn't know the context of the photo, the dark colored imagery and overall negative vibe of the photo shows to anyone what is up ahead is not good.

  • Feb 2018
    1. For allusion to operate at all, the author and the reader must have a shared pool ofpoetic memory on which to draw,25and the author assumes a (possibly nonexistent) knowledgeable reader when engaging in allusion.26Conte goes so far as to suggest that the author ‘establishes the competence of his (or her) own Model Reader, that is, the author constructs the addressee and motivates the text in order to do so,’27

      what if there is not a Model Reader? Can the audience not be aware of the allusion? In that case, the new works have to create new meanings. In connecting The Waste Land to modern audiences, are there ways to "establish competency" in a visual scene that the page would not be able to do?

  • Nov 2017
  • Oct 2017
    1. We should be far too from the discouraging persuasion, that man is fixed, by the law of his nature, at a given point: that his improvement is a chimæra, and the hope delusive of rendering ourselves wiser, happier or better than our forefathers were. As well might it be urged that the wild & uncultivated tree, hitherto yielding sour & bitter fruit only, can never be made to yield better: yet we know that the grafting art implants a new tree on the savage stock, producing what is most estimable both in kind & degree. Education, in like manner engrafts a new man on the native stock, & improves what in his nature was vicious & perverse, into qualities of virtue and social worth; and it cannot be but that each generation succeeding to the knowledge acquired by all those who preceded it, adding to it their own acquisitions & discoveries, and handing the mass down for successive & constant accumulation, must advance the knowledge & well-being of mankind: not infinitely, as some have said, but indefinitely, and to a term which no one can fix or foresee

      It is interesting to see the purposeful imagery the authors used for this passage. They first liken the students of UVA to a chimaera, a being composed of multiple animals, showing they intend to have us as students adapt and evolve during our time here rather than to remain a static character. The writers then go on to mention a tree that has been engrafted, much like a chimaera may take on new animals the tree takes on new fruits. This is what the founders of UVA wanted, but rather than fruits and animals, they wanted to do this with education and I feel this visual analogy serves well in that purpose.

    1. Visual Mode

      The visual mode might be the most universal form of communication. Psychology and biology studies have proven that humans are hard-wired to react in certain ways depending on visuals. For example, the color red instinctively draws a human's attention since it is a sign of danger. That is why stop signs and traffic lights are red, they cause drivers to instantly be alert in order to avoid accidents. I think that because the visual mode is so universal, it could be used to solve the problem presented by James Conca in his article "Talking to the Future -- Hey, There's Nuclear Waste Buried Here!". Initially I considered a red sign with the classic skull and crossbones to signify a deadly threat. However the truth is that within human history the symbolism for death has been very different for each culture. For example, the Ancient Greeks never portrayed Death as a menacing or evil character, since they knew death was inevitable and sometimes even considered it the path to an honorable sacrifice or a peaceful end of suffering. Since we do not know if future generations will use a dark hooded figure, or a dirty old woman, or a skeleton wielding a scythe as their symbol for Death, we should probably stick to simpler design. I think red should be a main color (since it will evoke the human instinct for danger) along with black (since it has proved to be a basic color to represent evil in most cultures throughout time). Perhaps the simplest solution would be a depiction that would use the human empathy to communicate the hazard of nuclear waste, such as an exaggerated illustration of a suffering human.

      Sources: Conca, James. "Talking to the Future -- Hey, There's Nuclear Waste Buried Here!" Forbes, 17 Apr. 2015, https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamesconca/2015/04/17/talking-to-the-future-hey-theres-nuclear-waste-buried-here. Accessed 2 October 2017.

  • Sep 2017
    1. These analyses offer a theory-motivated method of gauging collaborative search efficiency beyondthe analysis of mean RTs

      This is interesting!

  • May 2017
  • Feb 2017
    1. exposed two groups to a series of visual perception learning exercises

      How does study this account for other cues of perception? e.g. listening and such. Isn't it biased against Visual only?

  • Nov 2016
    1. The participants with relatively strong spatial abilities tended to gravitate towards, and excel in, scientific and technical fields such as the physical sciences, engineering, mathematics, and computer science.
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  • Jul 2016
    1. Sẽ làm cộng tác viên/ cuối tuần về VR. Để kiếm sống, làm tiếp lái xe tự động/ hệ trợ lái

  • Jun 2016
    1. Voyant Tools is a web-based reading and analysis environment for digital texts.
  • May 2016
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    1. phaetons

      "A type of light four-wheeled open carriage, usually drawn by a pair of horses, and having one or two seats facing forward" (OED).

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    1. Rumford

      A Rumford was a modern type of fireplace. It was a sign of wealth if someone could afford to update their fireplace to the fashionable style.

  • Apr 2016
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  • Jul 2015
    1. Moving Museum Catalogues Online: An Interim Report from the Getty Foundation"The Online Scholarly Catalogue Initiative *2012 interim report from the Getty Foundation regarding their activities moving towards digital publishing

      • does this deal with issues of fair use, permissions, and copyright?
  • Jun 2015
    1. exposed the limitations of assuming that colour is straightfor- wardly a visual phenomenon
    1. glancing, glimpsing, scanning, surveying, and other forms of casual or disinterested looking, staring

      I like the diversity of ways of looking laid out for us here.

    1. If you want a DIY version of this, try ImageMagick's compare command: compare bag_frame1.gif bag_frame2.gif compare.gif Documentation: http://www.imagemagick.org/Usage/compare/ reply no_gravity 2 hours ago Interesting. And to render the html you can use cutycapt. Which is in the Debian repos too. I just tried it, and this rendered a nice diff of two pages for me: cutycapt --url=http://www.xyz.com/1 --out=1.png cutycapt --url=http://www.xyz.com/2 --out=2.png compare 1.png 2.png diff.png reply easytiger 2 hours ago Now make it a webservice and charge $200/month! reply programmernews3 1 hour ago First part already done: http://archive.is/ reply prottmann 1 hour ago apt-get install the services and use them on my server ;-) reply

      Plain and simple way to report visual degradation of website or webapp

  • May 2015
    1. including visually and quantitatively, as well as in words.

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      The possibilities of digital writing, given the WYSIWYG interface above, allow for students to integrate a variety of media into their own annotation compositions. Moreover, this use of media is not simply illustrative but as an integral part of the overall argument.

      Image Description

  • Jan 2014
    1. Once a searchable atlas has been constructed there are fundamentally two approaches that can be used to analyze the data: one visual, the other mathematical.