Pro JQuery

Pro JQuery


New – jQuery is one of the most favourite and powerful JavaScript libraries acquirable today. It’s widely used to create rich individual experiences and to simplify website and application development. It is the tool of choice for web developers everywhere and sets the standard for simplicity, flexibility and extensibility. In Pro jQuery, seasoned author Adam Freeman explains how to get the most from jQuery by focusing on the features you need for your project. He starts with the nuts and bolts and show

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Scott Davis & Noa Warren

Scott Davis & Noa Warren
Event on 2011-12-09 00:00:00
PRESS RELEASE

December 9, 2010 – Jan 29, 2011
Opening Reception, December 9, 6-8pm

The metropolis Margolis Gallery is pleased to announce two solo exhibitions by artists Noa Warren and Scott Davis opening December 9 and continuing through Jan 29, 2011. Warren and Davis have a thirty year generational divide, share an attraction to the minimalist genre and geography, as both live in Maine. In this exhibition Warren uses acrylic on canvas, Davis graphite on paper, and oil on canvas. This is Warren’s first exhibition in New York at the metropolis Margolis gallery, Davis his second, having participated in a group exhibit, “Drawn from Maine” curated by Bruce Brown in 2008.

Noa Warren

Warren layers clear acrylic medium onto canvas, manipulating angled incisions into the acrylic to form geometric patterns. The cuts are filled with paint, the surface sanded smooth to remove extra paint except in the cuts. Using this technique Warren plays with illusion, composing line into three-dimensional configurations that appear to float, and move on a two-dimensional plane. Warm golden rust on a contrasting rich dark ground becomes a foil for this expressive work.

Warren graduated in 2006 from the Maine College of Art, Portland, Maine and received the Harley L. Flaws Memorial Endowed Scholarship in 2005 and 2003. He has exhibited at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art Biennial in 2008, and at the June Fitzpatrick Gallery, Portland, ME.

Scott Davis

Davis’ graphite on paper drawings depict subjects that have a timeless quality, merging the past, present and future. Paring down his subject matter by eliminating unnecessary elements, the drawings, spare and intense belie their simplicity, stirring deeper interpretation and reflection.

Davis received his B.A. at California Say College and M.F.A at the University of California. His work has been shown in galleries crossways the United Says and is included in important collections such as the Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, ME, and Williams College Museum of Art, Williams, MA.

Please feel free to contact the room if you have any questions or wish to receive more information about Noa Warren and Scott Davis. Images might be viewed on the room website, www.nancymargolisgallery.com

at Nancy Margolis Gallery
523 West 25th Street
New York, United States

What’s your criteria for a “well-made” website?

Question by : What’s your criteria for a “well-made” website?
Is it flashiness or simplicity? The abundance of multimedia? The absence of it. You can give examples or links of what, for you, might constitute a good website. I’m just curious about people’s tastes, is all.

Best answer:

Answer by Mike R
Simplicity and useability. Google is a perfect example of this.

I also can’t stand all-flash websites. They cause enormous holdup which tends to have me just closing the journalism and never going back.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Effective Web Design for Artists and Creatives

Effective Web Design for Artists and Creatives
Event on 2011-09-12 19:00:00

What exactly is your art website doing for you?


General consensus states that most artists can benefit from having their own one-of-a-kind web presence, but what exactly is your art website actually doing for you? Is your website a usability nightmare?

Does your website make it simple for buyers to learn more about you, connect with you, and purchase your work? If not, lets fix it.

During this panel we will focus on not only how to make your art website design visually solid, but the concrete ways to turn casual visitors into potential collectors.


This panel & discussion will focus on:


– Strategy: Choosing a concrete neutral for your website.
– Usability and Simplicity: The importance of pre-planning and organization.
– Basic Dos and Donts: How to sidestep common art website mistakes.
– Delivering Fresh Content: The how & when of website maintenance and updates.
– Inexpensive resources and options for website design and hosting.

Panelists:


Natalie Crea Agdnot Professional Web Designer and Web Design Teacher at The Fashion Institute of Technology.

Daniel Sroka Artist and Former Creative Director at Yahoo!

Nathalie Pham– Artist and Director of NPcreate and Bizwall.

Lainya Magaa
– Arts Writer, Independent Curator, and CEO of A&O Public Relations and Marketing.

Charlie Grosso– Artist, Director of Baang and Burne Contemporary Art, and former Creative Director of Propaganda Inc.

You won't want to miss this discussion on how to fine tune your art website.

This event is produced in partnership with The New York Foundation for the Arts.

at Baang and Burne Contemporary Art
547 W. 27th Street
New York, United States

TRANSITIONS: WORKS BY FRANÇOISE GILOT

TRANSITIONS: WORKS BY FRANÇOISE GILOT
Event on 2011-07-19 10:00:00
Date: 06/12/2011 – 11/13/2011
Time: 10:00 am – 04:00 pm
Interested in mythology, symbolism, and the power of memory, French/American artist Françoise Gilot expresses complex philosophical ideas with lyrical accessibility. Transitions: Works by Françoise Gilot features a collection of oil paintings and works on paper that highlight her interest in color relationships and the fine line between figuration and abstraction. Gilot uses nonfigurative organic shapes to reflect her interest in the formal arrangements of lines and planes, tone-color coordination, and her respect for simplicity. Also known for her primeval relationship with 20th century picture Pablo Picasso, Gilot resided for many years in La Jolla with her husband, polio vaccine pioneer Dr. Jonas Salk. Gilot currently divides her time between studios in New York and Paris. This exhibition is curated by Mel Yoakum, Ph.D., who began his close professional association with Francoise Gilot in 1987. Be the first to see the exhibition at the Preview Reception on Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Complete with wine and creative hors d'oeuvres prefabricated by OMA's Culinary Arts Committee, the reception is complementary for OMA members and for nonmembers.

The theme of this exhibition explores the transitions in Gilot's life and work that formed her artistic voice. Relying on structures, rhythms and color, Gilot often challenges the boundaries between figuration and abstraction by evoking rather than describing, to heighten the surface tension of the canvas and to entice and engage the imagination of the viewer. Featuring over 40 works of art, including oil paintings, watercolors, gouaches, monotypes and original prints, this exhibition will explore the evolution of Gilot's one-of-a-kind abstract, symbolist style from the primeval 1960s to her more current work.

Location: Oceanside Museum of art
Address:704 Pier View Way
Oceanside, CA 92054
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Website: http://www.oma-online.org
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Contact name: Danielle Susalla Deery

at Oceanside Museum of Art
704 Pier View Way
Oceanside, United States

Nice Website Simplicity photos

Some cool website simplicity images:

Pale Pink Rust
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Image by Pink Poppy Photography
Pink rusty metal.

My study is Poppy Thomas-Hill (pen name). I am a professional stock photographer and artist. All of my my creative commons licensed images are acquirable for free. My images can be used on websites, in magazines, book covers, class projects, powerpoint presentations, publications, media, news, editorial use, product packaging, print, and more.

In exchange for the free use of my images, I require pic copyright credits be given to me as "Poppy Thomas-Hill". A link back to my Flickr pictures is always appreciated, but not required.

Please be kind when using my images. If you think the useage might be questionable, you’re probably right. If it wouldn’t make your grandmother happy, don’t do it. Karma always comes back around, good and bad. Please respect my work.

The Name Game, Kisa
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Image by Pink Poppy Photography
A series of harder to find obloquy and study spellings. I plan on using objects that I find to spell out names. I found the two earrings put together prefabricated a nice "S". I started thinking of obloquy with the letter "S" in them. Kisa came to mind, though I wasn’t even sure it was a real name, so I googled it, and sure enough "Kisa" is a girl’s study that means "kitty" in Russian.

My study is Poppy Thomas-Hill (pen name). I am a professional stock photographer and artist. All of my my creative commons licensed images are acquirable for free. My images can be used on websites, in magazines, book covers, class projects, powerpoint presentations, publications, media, news, editorial use, product packaging, print, and more.

In exchange for the free use of my images, I require pic copyright credits be given to me as "Poppy Thomas-Hill". A link back to my Flickr pictures is always appreciated, but not required.

Please be kind when using my images. If you think the useage might be questionable, you’re probably right. If it wouldn’t make your grandmother happy, don’t do it. Karma always comes back around, good and bad. Please respect my work.

The Name Game, Fiona
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Image by Pink Poppy Photography
A series of harder to find obloquy and study spellings. I plan on using objects that I find to spell out names. I found the diamond country pin necklace and thought it would make a good "F". The study Fiona was the first study that popped into my head.

My study is Poppy Thomas-Hill (pen name). I am a professional stock photographer and artist. All of my my creative commons licensed images are acquirable for free. My images can be used on websites, in magazines, book covers, class projects, powerpoint presentations, publications, media, news, editorial use, product packaging, print, and more.

In exchange for the free use of my images, I require pic copyright credits be given to me as "Poppy Thomas-Hill". A link back to my Flickr pictures is always appreciated, but not required.

Please be kind when using my images. If you think the useage might be questionable, you’re probably right. If it wouldn’t make your grandmother happy, don’t do it. Karma always comes back around, good and bad. Please respect my work.

Living on Other People’s Means; Or, the History of Simon Silver

Living on Other People’s Means; Or, the History of Simon Silver


New – This is an OCR edition without illustrations or index. It might have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher’s website (GeneralBooksClub.com). You can also preview excerpts of the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can choose from more than a million books without charge. Subjects: Lifestyles; Agriculture; Rural population; Simplicity

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Simplicity Lab with Working Simply’s Carson Tate

Simplicity Lab with Working Simply’s Carson Tate
Event on 2011-02-18 20:00:00

Most of us areoverwhelmed, overstretched and over-scheduled.

This is no lecture.Bring your laptop to createthe system that will change your world.

You will learn to:
Stop the crush of information
Sync up your technology tools toincrease your efficiency
Boost performance witha realtask list
Re-invent the way you manage time
Learnthe “Priority Quadrant” to take action

Upcoming Lab Dates:

Friday, February 18, 2011

Wednesday, Might 4, 2011

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Thursday, November 3, 2011


Lab Hours:

8:30 am 12:30 pm

Lab Location:

1435 West Morehead Street
Charlotte, NC 28208

(704) 608-7773
The Interact Studio is located between Freedom Drive and Summit Avenue in Charlotte, North Carolina. For more information, go to the Interact website.

Ticket Price:

5.

Registration Deadline/Ticket Sales End:
Two days prior to apiece event date.

(Feb 16, Might 2, Sept 13, and Nov 1)

Host Contact:

Carson Tate, CPO

Working Simply

at Interact Studio

Charlotte, United States

The Rapidity, Simplicity and Nobility of Style in the First Six Books of Virgil’s Aeneid

The Rapidity, Simplicity and Nobility of Style in the First Six Books of Virgil’s Aeneid


Used – This is an OCR edition without illustrations or index. It might have numerous typos or missing text. However, purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original rare book from the publisher’s website (GeneralBooksClub.com). You can also preview excerpts of the book there. Purchasers are also entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can choose from more than a million books without charge. Original Published by: University of Wisconsin–Madison in 192

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What is the best website to use to build a website for a small new business?

Question by leeshi53: What is the ideal website to use to build a website for a small new business?
Since there are so many out there, I am just wondering which you think is the best. Simplicity and cost are factors. Thank you in advance!

Best answer:

Answer by Colin
I would advocate building your own site using Adobe Dreamweaver or some other editor. Online website builders always seem to have a cheapy look to them.
-Colin

What do you think? Answer below!

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