Sunday, August 29, 2010

The Truth About Ladies Designer Clothes And Sizing

August 24, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); For women that aren’t a tiny size 0, it sometimes seems like there is little hope for them ever squeezing into ladies designer clothes that always verge on the small side. Women are struggling to find the brands they love in the size they wear, and perhaps its time that designers realised that [...]

Ideacodes Comments About the iPad in the New York Times

August 18, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Ideacodes co-founders, Emily Chang and Max Kiesler, were asked for a comment by the New York Times’ Room for Debate online discussion site about the iPad two days after the debut of the first WiFi version in the U.S. The post, titled The iPad in the Eyes of the Digerati, also includes opinions from Tim [...]

Diageo’s Pod at the Dubai Airport Educates Passengers About Their Brands

August 5, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Dubai Duty Free at the Airport has always come up with innovative ideas to enhance the shopping experience of passengers flying through the Dubai Airport. They have got together with Diageo Global travel & Middle East and Dubai Airport Company to offer an inimitable “Mentorship Experience”. The response has been very enthusiastic from [...]

Making a Statement About Designer Clothing

July 25, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Everyone wants to be liked and center of eyes within their group of friends and age group. Have you ever noticed that people have the most admired clothing brand and always look stylish in their appearance? People naturally want to improve their position within the society and looking fashionable shows others that you [...]

Designer Clothing is About Making a Statement

July 20, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Everyone wants to be liked and popular within their group of friends and colleagues. Have you ever noticed that the most popular people wear designer clothes and always look smart in their outer appearance. People naturally want to improve their standing within the community and looking fashionable shows others that you can dress [...]

5 “Windows 7″ Features You Probably Didn’t Know About

July 6, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Apparently while most of the world was gawking over the new Apple products, Windows was coming out with some pretty cool features that may make us switch back. Ok, maybe not. But can you imagine much easier writing emails would be if you could just type in a random set of characters and [...]

Only If You Don’t Care About The Minutes

June 12, 2010 by admin · 7 Comments 

document.write(” ); As a full-fledge time-telling device the Re-clock is an unfinished business. It has no minutes or method for indicating how many minutes have passed during the hour. But what makes the concept post-worthy is the way it tells you the hours though the layers of cloth-face. Before you rush in to tell me [...]

What You Need To Know About The New Apple iPhone iOS4

June 8, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Because MacRumors did such a great job with their live feed of this morning’s WWDC Keynote event, I can give you the upshot of the new iPhone iOS4 features, specs, price and availability as well as photos of the slideshow presentation. I’ve dumbed it down to some fundamental points and left out much [...]

iPhone 4: Because we just had to write about it

June 7, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); I’m guessing that most of you already know about Steve Jobs’ keynote at WWDC this morning, and how iPhone version 4 has just been unveiled. If you missed the keynote, here are the highlights after the jump: The new version of the iPhone has black glass and a stainless steel rim, not to [...]

New Product Design and Development: the Seven Reasons to Think About the Future

May 18, 2010 by admin · Leave a Comment 

document.write(” ); Introduction Everybody who is in the business of New Product Development knows what a complex process it is. This is a multidisciplinary activity requiring coherence between almost all the functions of manufacturing firms. Until recently though those who were called ‘product designers‘ played in this process a role of rather a secondary importance. [...]