Rooted in Design

Filename: rooted-in-design.pdf
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.

Rooted in Grace

Filename: rooted-in-grace.pdf
ISBN: 9781105517259
Release Date: 2012-02-01
Number of pages: 158
Author: Jesse Bradley

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.

Rooted in the Earth

Filename: rooted-in-the-earth.pdf
ISBN: 9781569767535
Release Date: 2010-08-01
Number of pages: 208
Author: Dianne D. Glave
Publisher: Chicago Review Press

Download and read online Rooted in the Earth in PDF and EPUB With a basis in environmental history, this groundbreaking study challenges the idea that a meaningful attachment to nature and the outdoors is contrary to the black experience. The discussion shows that contemporary African American culture is usually seen as an urban culture, one that arose out of the Great Migration and has contributed to international trends in fashion, music, and the arts ever since. But because of this urban focus, many African Americans are not at peace with their rich but tangled agrarian legacy. On one hand, the book shows, nature and violence are connected in black memory, especially in disturbing images such as slave ships on the ocean, exhaustion in the fields, dogs in the woods, and dead bodies hanging from trees. In contrast, though, there is also a competing tradition of African American stewardship of the land that should be better known. Emphasizing the tradition of black environmentalism and using storytelling techniques to dramatize the work of black naturalists, this account corrects the record and urges interested urban dwellers to get back to the land.

Rooted in the Land

Filename: rooted-in-the-land.pdf
ISBN: 0300069618
Release Date: 1996
Number of pages: 285
Author: William Vitek
Publisher: Yale University Press

Download and read online Rooted in the Land in PDF and EPUB This book is dedicated to the notion that human lives are enriched by participation in a social community that is integrated into the natural landscape of a particular place. The writers explore the loss of community, the philosophical foundations of communities, Amish communities, and the current renewal of community life.

Rooted in Wacky Fun

Filename: rooted-in-wacky-fun.pdf
ISBN: 0996847987
Release Date: 2016-04-01
Number of pages: 46
Author: The Roots of Design

Download and read online Rooted in Wacky Fun in PDF and EPUB "Rooted in Wacky Fun" is a fun, detailed coloring book full of wacky fun. It's a book where you can find ice cream whales, a dancing hippo, a llamacorn, taco cats, and so much more. This coloring book comes right from the studio of The Roots of Design. This book contains 20 one-sided detailed designs. Grab your pens, markers, or crayons and come take a coloring adventure that is fun for all ages.This version is printed on paper that is 60 pounds. Tips for coloring this book: crayons and color pencils work great in this book. If you plan to use markers for coloring this version of the book, placing a piece of paper between pages will help to prevent marker bleed through to the next page.

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.


Filename: grounded.pdf
ISBN: 9781118680872
Release Date: 2013-10-21
Number of pages: 368
Author: Bob Rosen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Grounded in PDF and EPUB A provocative, personal approach to leadership based on in-depth research with hundreds of executives around the world Confronted by disruptive change and economic turbulence, many of today's leaders find themselves ill-equipped to manage the hazards they now face. They must contend with chronic uncertainty, cynical employees, and personal burnout. Most are poorly served by the prevailing paradigm that obsessively focuses on what we do to produce short-term results while sabotaging who we are as healthy human beings. Few have seen alternatives, until now. Grounded proposes a new approach that's designed for actual humans who must grapple with these forces. This new paradigm speaks to our better selves. Based on the author's Healthy Leader model, it focuses on the six personal dimensions that fuel—and refuel—the world's top leaders: physical, emotional, intellectual, social, vocational, and spiritual health. The book argues that leaders at every level can be more self-aware, develop their untapped potential, and drive significantly better results—for themselves, their teams, and their organizations. Shows readers how to build a personal leadership model that works with their values, goals and capabilities Features fresh stories from leaders in a variety of organizations including the New York Fire Department, PricewaterhouseCoopers, The Lego Group, and Medstar Health Gives leaders practical tools to face their toughest challenges with greater skill, confidence, and impact By developing themselves and mastering the six dimensions, readers can gain the stamina and strength to not only weather tough times but to achieve much, much more.

A Web for Everyone

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ISBN: 1933820977
Release Date: 2013-01-01
Number of pages: 288
Author: Sarah Horton

Download and read online A Web for Everyone in PDF and EPUB If you are in charge of the user experience, development, or strategy for a web site, A Web for Everyone will help you make your site accessible without sacrificing design or innovation. Rooted in universal design principles, this book provides solutions: practical advice and examples of how to create sites that everyone can use.

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.


Filename: rooted.pdf
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.

Rooted in Spirit

Filename: rooted-in-spirit.pdf
ISBN: 0882681206
Release Date: 1995-01-01
Number of pages: 199
Author: Claude Larre
Publisher: Barrytown Limited

Download and read online Rooted in Spirit in PDF and EPUB This book is both a translation and interpretation of Chapter 8 of the Huangdi Neijing Ling Shu, which described the ancient Chinese view of how the emotions influenced physical health. The heart was the center of a living being and the home of Spirit, and the peace and health of the heart could be compromised by human emotions. Larre's interpretation stresses the communication needed between patient and doctor to design a therapy geared specifically to each patient's authentic nature.

Systemic Change in Education

Filename: systemic-change-in-education.pdf
ISBN: 0877782717
Release Date: 1994
Number of pages: 172
Author: Charles M. Reigeluth
Publisher: Educational Technology

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Filename: sicily.pdf
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

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.

Advancing Wood Architecture

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ISBN: 9781317392330
Release Date: 2016-07-22
Number of pages: 258
Author: Achim Menges
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Advancing Wood Architecture in PDF and EPUB In light of environmental challenges architecture is facing, wood is no longer regarded as outmoded, nostalgic, and rooted in the past, but increasingly recognized as one of the most promising building materials for the future. Recent years have seen unprecedented innovation of new technologies for advancing wood architecture. Advancing Wood Architecture offers a comprehensive overview of the new architectural possibilities that are enabled by cutting-edge computational technologies in wood construction. It provides both an overarching architectural understanding and in-depth technological information through built projects and the works of four leading design research groups in Europe. The projects presented include large scale, permanent buildings such as the ETH Arch-Tec Lab Building in Zurich, the Landesgartenschau Exhibition Hall near Stuttgart and the Boiler House in Hooke Park, UK, as well as, built research prototypes investigating additive robotic fabrication, folded plate structures and meteorosensitive building skins. Illustrated in full colour, the book showcases the latest technological developments in design computation, simulation and digital fabrication together with an architectural, engineering and manufacturing perspective, offering an outlook towards novel spatial and constructional opportunities of a material with unrivalled ecological virtues.