Rooted in Design

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ISBN: 9781607746980
Release Date: 2015-04-21
Number of pages: 224
Author: Tara Heibel
Publisher: Ten Speed Press

Download and read online Rooted in Design in PDF and EPUB A stylish and full-color guide to creatively integrating indoor plants with home decor from the owners of the popular Sprout Home garden design boutiques. Indoor plants play a large role in the design and feel of a space. Focusing on indoor gardening--from small containers and vertical installations with air plants to unique tabletop creations--Rooted in Design provides readers with the means to create beautiful and long-lasting indoor landscapes. Tara Heibel and Tassy De Give, owners of the successful Sprout Home gardening stores, offer expert advice for choosing plant varieties and pairing them with unique design ideas. Sharing practical tips honed through hundreds of plant design classes, Heibel and DeGive tell readers everything they need to know to care for their one-of-a-kind green creations. From the Hardcover edition.


Doing Research in Design

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ISBN: 9781847885791
Release Date: 2012-05-08
Number of pages: 184
Author: Christopher Crouch
Publisher: Berg

Download and read online Doing Research in Design in PDF and EPUB Outlines the relationship between thinking and doing in design, making links between design, research, philosophy, and sociology, and examines four central social research methodologies in practice.


Rooted in Grace

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ISBN: 9781105517259
Release Date: 2012-02-01
Number of pages: 158
Author: Jesse Bradley
Publisher: Lulu.com

Download and read online Rooted in Grace in PDF and EPUB What is your life rooted in everyday? Are you moving at a pace that is too quick to even consider that question? Your understanding of God's grace impacts every aspect of your being. The grace of God sustains, heals, empowers, and balances you in a shifting world. Experience the abundant grace of Jesus through inspiring stories and insights, including practical applications taken from the Bible, reflection questions, and written prayers. Be refreshed as you enjoy your connection with God and are guided deeper in your faith. 100% of the profits from Rooted in Grace are sent directly to Compassion International, an organization that sponsors over 1.2 million children living in poverty in 26 countries.


Becoming Designers

Filename: becoming-designers.pdf
ISBN: 9781841500324
Release Date: 2000
Number of pages: 158
Author: Esther Dudley
Publisher: Intellect Books

Download and read online Becoming Designers in PDF and EPUB &Quot;The book provides a valuable and timely response to a growing debate in the design world about the discipline's changing needs and ambitions. As such it will appeal to students, academics and practising designers alike and makes a real contribution to understanding the challenges of design today."--BOOK JACKET.


Awed to Heaven Rooted in Earth

Filename: awed-to-heaven-rooted-in-earth.pdf
ISBN: 1451419546
Release Date: 2002-12-01
Number of pages: 174
Author: Walter Brueggemann
Publisher: Fortress Press

Download and read online Awed to Heaven Rooted in Earth in PDF and EPUB A collection of startlingly fresh and meaningful prayers, from Walter Brueggemann, a leading Christian thinker and scholar.


Systemic Change in Education

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ISBN: 0877782717
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 172
Author: Charles M. Reigeluth
Publisher: Educational Technology

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Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design IV

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ISBN: 9783540927181
Release Date: 2008-12-18
Number of pages: 676
Author: Weiming Shen
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design IV in PDF and EPUB This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design, CSCWD 2007, held in Melbourne, Australia, in April 2007. This book, as the fourth volume of its series on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work in Design, includes 60 articles that are the expanded versions of the papers presented at CSCWD 2007. The book is organized in topical sections on CSCW techniques and methods, collaborative design, collaborative manufacturing and enterprise collaboration, agents and multi-agent systems, Web services, Semantic Web, and Grid computing, knowledge management, security, privacy, and trust in CSCW systems, workflow management, e-learning, and other applications.


Decoding Design

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ISBN: 1440315302
Release Date: 2008-01-21
Number of pages: 224
Author: Maggie Macnab
Publisher: HOW Books

Download and read online Decoding Design in PDF and EPUB Understand the Significance of Symbols in Your Design Work Our world is comprised of a handful of very simple patterns that have been a part of human design since the beginning of time and have eternal significance. Decoding Design reveals how common symbols and shapes - like circles, squares and triangles - resonate at a gut level and can lend greater meaning to a design. By deconstructing famous logos and other sample designs, you'll learn how to communicate complex information quickly and intuitively with universal and meaningful patterns. You'll also uncover how other disciplines, such as philosophy, math, and physics, influence great design and can help you present ideas in a holistic and compelling manner. Whether you're a designer, student, or marketing professional, Decoding Design will show you the deeper meaning behind the symbols you encounter everyday, and how to better use those symbols to create an impactful relationship with the viewer.


Rooted

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ISBN: 9781601428417
Release Date: 2016-05-03
Number of pages: 224
Author: Banning Liebscher
Publisher: WaterBrook

Download and read online Rooted in PDF and EPUB You were born to make an impact in this world and you know it. You feel it deep down in your bones. Apathy is your nemesis and your hunger to change the world keeps you up at night. But no matter how deep this hunger growls, we can only make a meaningful impact if we are rooted in Jesus. And here’s the thing: God is not interested in developing your vision first. He is interested in developing you. In Rooted, Banning Liebscher takes us to the life of David to show how God expands our root system in the hidden places before leading us to where we all desire to go, the visible world. It was in a field of prayerful devotion, a season of serving, and a cave of community that God prepared David for his crown, the same way God prepares us. Take a look at your own life. Are you embracing God’s process, the sometimes painstaking and maddening process? When we can release ourselves to God we will find that we can thrive while He develops us, rather than succumb to discouragement. Whatever your age or season of life, it takes immense courage to slow down enough to let God grow a root system in your life so that you can bear fruit that remains. You are where you are because God has planted you there. Discover what it looks like to embrace His process so you can do what He has called you to, change the world. From the Trade Paperback edition.


Building Interactive Worlds in 3D

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ISBN: 9781136143977
Release Date: 2013-05-02
Number of pages: 448
Author: Jean-Marc Gauthier
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online Building Interactive Worlds in 3D in PDF and EPUB In Building Interactive Worlds in 3D readers will find turnkey tutorials that detail all the steps required to build simulations and interactions, utilize virtual cameras, virtual actors (with self-determined behaviors), and real-time physics including gravity, collision, and topography. With the free software demos included, 3D artists and developers can learn to build a fully functioning prototype. The book is dynamic enough to give both those with a programming background as well as those who are just getting their feet wet challenging and engaging tutorials in virtual set design, using Virtools. Other software discussed is: Lightwave, and Maya. The book is constructed so that, depending on your project and design needs, you can read the text or interviews independently and/or use the book as reference for individual tutorials on a project-by-project basis. Each tutorial is followed by a short interview with a 3D graphics professional in order to provide insight and additional advice on particular interactive 3D techniques-from user, designer, artist, and producer perspectives.


The Role of Learning Styles in Innovation Team Design Chapter 5 from Disrupt Together

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ISBN: 9780134052168
Release Date: 2014-09-08
Number of pages: 31
Author: Stephen Spinelli Jr.
Publisher: FT Press

Download and read online The Role of Learning Styles in Innovation Team Design Chapter 5 from Disrupt Together in PDF and EPUB To build teams that can successfully innovate, you must understand the diverse learning styles your team will need, and how to get the best from each individual contributor. Now, discover how to successfully integrate diverse learning styles into a comprehensive, team-based innovation framework that works. The Role of Learning Styles in Innovation Team Design is part of Philadelphia University's breakthrough approach to innovation: one that links business, design and engineering, and delivers extraordinary results in both new and existing ventures. First, Dr. Stephen Spinelli and Heather McGowan introduce this "Disrupt Together" approach, explain its deep roots in design thinking, and show how it generates far more high-value ideas for innovation. Next, Dr. Sara Beckman drills down to focus specifically on team learning styles. You'll learn how to build a team that can smoothly navigate innovation processes, leveraging diverse skills, abilities, and styles. Beckman links phases and key activities of the innovation process directly to specific skills and styles. She offers expert guidance on designing innovation teams – and on determining who should lead each key activity, and when. The Role of Learning Styles in Innovation Team Design is one of 15 e-chapters addressing all facets of innovation, from design processes and team development to business models and value delivery. Each is crafted by a pioneering business innovator – and they all integrate into today's most coherent, realistic blueprint for innovation. For all entrepreneurs, executives, managers, strategists, and students who want to drive more value from innovation. Dr. Sara Beckman, CLO of the Institute for Design Innovation, teaches design and innovation at University of California's Haas School of Business. There, she recently initiated a course on problem framing and solving that integrates approaches from critical thinking, systems thinking, and creative problem solving. Her research focuses on the value of design to business and the ability to collaborate to innovate. She also has worked at Hewlett-Packard and Booz and Co., and actively consults with several companies. She has B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in Industrial Engineering and an M.S. in Statistics from Stanford University.


The Dynamic Landscape

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ISBN: 9780415438100
Release Date: 2007-11
Number of pages: 332
Author: Nigel Dunnett
Publisher: Taylor & Francis

Download and read online The Dynamic Landscape in PDF and EPUB The last quarter of the twentieth century witnessed a burgeoning interest in ecological or naturally inspired use of vegetation in the designed landscape. More recently a strong aesthetic element has been added to what was formerly a movement aimed at creating nature-like landscapes. The Dynamic Landscape advances a fusion of scientific and ecological planning design philosophy that can address the need for more sustainable designed landscapes. It is a major statement on the design, implementation and management of ecologically inspired landscape vegetation. With contributions from people at the forefront of developments in this field, in both Europe and North America, it provides a valuable synthesis of current thinking.


Sicily

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ISBN: 9780847848652
Release Date: 2017-02-21
Number of pages: 336
Author: Melissa Muller
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications

Download and read online Sicily in PDF and EPUB The first book to explore in depth the wonders of Sicilian cooking. For millennia, Sicily has been a global crossroads, its cuisine marked by the different conquering groups drawn to its natural riches, from the Greeks and Arabs to the Normans and Spanish. The food is in essence Italian, but accented with exotic Mediterranean touches: pesto punched up with capers, gelato made with pistachios, pasta laced with saffron, and a penchant for sweet-and-sour preparations like caponata and strong flavors like wild fennel and oregano. Sicily tells the wonderful histories behind the classic dishes but also shows how contemporary chefs and home cooks are reinvigorating recipes in modern ways. The product of years of careful research, Sicily gives a tour of the land's culinary treasures, from the couscous of Lo Capo and the vines of Mt. Etna to the sea salt of Trapani and the black pigs of Mirto. The book gives foolproof instructions for all the cardinal dishes such as Arancini, Pasta with Sardines, and Swordfish Involtini, but there are also plenty of delicious contemporary recipes, such as Eggplant Parmigiana in a Glass, Butternut Squash Caponata, and Cannoli Millefoglie. Complete with travel notes and addresses to plan a trip, Sicily is sure to enchant readers everywhere. "Melissa shares her lifelong passion for Sicilian food, through firsthand narrative loaded with recipes and beautiful photographs, giving us an insider's view of this magical island." --Mike Colameco, host of Mike Colameco's Real Food


Practical Guide to Construction Contract Surety Claims

Filename: practical-guide-to-construction-contract-surety-claims.pdf
ISBN: 9780735552630
Release Date: 2005-01-01
Number of pages: 963
Author: William Schwartzkopf
Publisher: Aspen Publishers Online

Download and read online Practical Guide to Construction Contract Surety Claims in PDF and EPUB Practical Guide to Construction Contract Surety Claims, Second Edition provides clear guidance on the methods, procedures and case law surrounding the surety process. Whether you represent the surety, principal, or obligee, this one-of-a-kind reference will provide you with the indispensable, practical guidance and reliable tools you need to manage the surety process. Practical Guide to Construction Contract Surety Claims, Second Edition is logically organized around the various types of bonds - payment bond, bid bond, performance bond - as well as the claims that are asserted against those bonds, and the methods of investigation and resolution of those claims. It covers in detail the surety's options for resolving performance bond claims, including: Tender Completion by the obligee Completion by surety Financing the principal This book also addresses matters that affect the claims handling process, such as: Bankruptcy of the principal Claims for extra-contractual damages Claims by the surety against the principal Indemnity for losses sustained by the surety The interrelationship of the surety and the insurance carriers for the construction project Valuable analysis of case law is included within the discussion of each topic, and the relevant facts of key cases are highlighted where applicable. Bonus Interactive CD-ROM Includes All Forms and Documents This unique CD-ROM contains nearly 150 forms, such as sample agreements and correspondence among the parties, providing the guidance you need to act quickly and protect your client's interests in any situation.


Technology in Interlanguage Pragmatics Research and Teaching

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ISBN: 9789027271938
Release Date: 2013-06-20
Number of pages: 276
Author: Naoko Taguchi
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

Download and read online Technology in Interlanguage Pragmatics Research and Teaching in PDF and EPUB Technology-informed approaches to L2 research and teaching have prompted great interest by both researchers and practitioners alike. This book highlights the relationship between digitally-meditated technologies and second language pragmatics by presenting exemplary applications of technology for both research and pedagogy. Part I presents technology-informed research practices that range from measuring response times when processing conversational implicature to studies examining systematic pragmatic learning via online activities and multiuser virtual environments, as well as analyzing features of pragmatic language use in social networking and longitudinal learner corpora. Part II surveys a variety of technology-assisted tools for teaching pragmatics, including: place-based mobile games, blogging, web-based testing, and automated text analysis software. The volume will be of interest for those interested in technological tools to expand the scope of traditional methods of data collection, analysis, and teaching and critically examining how technology can best be leveraged as a solution to existing barriers to pragmatics research and instruction.