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How to become a Fashion Designer By La Mode College of Creative Industries
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As a fashion designer, you will have a creative and exciting career that many people only dream about! ‘How to become a Fashion Designer and start your own Fashion Design Business’ is... More > the way to your success in the industry! If you are interested in design and want to be able to express your creative talents, La Mode’s e-book in Fashion Design will teach you the basic fundamentals of successful design, and how to market them to a particular target market. La Mode’s e-book in fashion design acts as a basic Introduction to the Fashion Industry, and gives an overview of what Fashion is all about, the importance of Fashion History, and will highlight the evolution of Fashion that has shaped the textile industry today. Students will learn how to read and interpret fashion trends, and forecast major fashion influences.< Less
My Creativity Reader, A Critique of Creative Industries By Geert Lovink, Ned Rossiter
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about the book: The MyCreativity Reader is a collection of critical research into the creative industries. The material develops out of the MyCreativity Convention on Int. Creative Industries... More > Research held in Amsterdam, November 2006. This two-day conference sought to bring the trends and tendencies around the creative industries into critical question. The “creative industries” concept was initiated by the UK Blair government in 1997 to revitalise de-industrialised urban zones. Gathering momentum after being celebrated in Richard Florida’s best-seller The Creative Class (2002), the concept mobilised around the world as the zeitgeist of creative entrepreneurs and policy-makers. Despite the euphoria surrounding the creative industries, there has been very little critical research that pays attention to local and national and variations, working conditions, the impact of restrictive intellectual property regimes and questions of economic sustainability.< Less
My Creativity Reader, A Critique of Creative Industries By Geert Lovink, Ned Rossiter
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about the book: The MyCreativity Reader is a collection of critical research into the creative industries. The material develops out of the MyCreativity Convention on Int. Creative Industries... More > Research held in Amsterdam, November 2006. This two-day conference sought to bring the trends and tendencies around the creative industries into critical question. The “creative industries” concept was initiated by the UK Blair government in 1997 to revitalise de-industrialised urban zones. Gathering momentum after being celebrated in Richard Florida’s best-seller The Creative Class (2002), the concept mobilised around the world as the zeitgeist of creative entrepreneurs and policy-makers. Despite the euphoria surrounding the creative industries, there has been very little critical research that pays attention to local and national and variations, working conditions, the impact of restrictive intellectual property regimes and questions of economic sustainability.< Less
Creative Management for Creative Teams By Mark McGuinness
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As creative director of a creative team, business owner or manager, chances are you already in a certain extent guide you - you might be better, than you can imagine it. However, there are a fair... More > chance, you rarely get to support your people management skills. In the creative industries and to the ideas of "talent" and is often overlooked in the process of the creation of the product important aspects, therefore has attracted much attention. Such as huge impact (positive and negative) management and creative director, their team's creativity. Although many individual managers manage and develop their team did a great job, in the creative industries of humanistic management is wider acceptance. It is difficult to formulate a "unrecognized skills. ? you don't need me to tell you< Less
Industrial Man By B.P.T. Davis
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This is a collection of original poems written by B.P.T. Davis. The author of this book is a 17 year old high school student in Missouri.
Industrial Man By B.P.T. Davis
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This is a collection of original poems written by B.P.T. Davis. The author of this book is a 17 year old high school student in Missouri.
Creativity in Kenya By Boaz Adhengo
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This book has been written as a case study of the creative economy sector of kenya, it is a call into action for an organised management of the products that the intellectual rigour brings... More > sponteneously.< Less
Nuri Kim | Industrial Designer By Nuri Kim
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How new designs born. Industrial portfolio with 5 projects. All projects used "OSOSPTF process".
Nuri Kim | Industrial Designer By Nuri Kim
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How new designs born. Industrial portfolio with 5 projects. All projects used "OSOSPTF process".
WORDLESS ART OF CREATIVE COMMUNICATION By Dr. H. Singh
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The creative communication is the all time art to learn. We, as a creative person can make a legendary contribution towards Art and Literature, Philosophy and Religion, Science and Technology,... More > Industry and Commerce, Agriculture, Transportation, the social theories for self-development and living and so many other alike. The ancient form of creativity was in the form of religion, mysticism, parables and symbols, which if one starts to comprehend starts becoming genius. The prima factor in all of it was the creative communication. With our PC, we learn to communicate and when we create something, it is a creative interaction-a key to creative communication. Thus, the social communication needs essence of the art of our communicating with nature. This natural communication if brought to social communication results in our becoming the creative communicators-bond builders. The taste of the social communication with creativity is the delight of the conversation and triumphant socialization.< Less