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COME SCEGLIERE IL #FREELANCE GIUSTO PER TE http://bit.ly/2ftQ3aS

Dopo aver trovato i giusti creativi per migliaia di progetti, sulla piattaforma Crew, abbiamo perfezionato un metodo per aumentare le probabilità di scegliere il professionista giusto con cui lavorare.

Non è ancora una formula infallibile, ma il margine d'errore nell'individuare il designer o lo sviluppatore ideale, prima di far partire un progetto, si è ridotto notevolmente (Il 99% dei progetti Crew si conclude positivamente).

Ecco come possiamo aiutarti nella ricerca e nella collaborazione con loro.



Prima di iniziare un progetto, le cose più importanti che cerchiamo di valutare in un designer o in uno sviluppatore sono:

>Qualità del lavoro:
in che misura i suoi lavori precedenti si adattano al progetto che stiamo cercando di realizzare?

>Qualità della comunicazione:
si tratta di lavorare da remoto, in che modo il collaboratore riesce a comunicare con il cliente?

>Competenza nella realizzazione:
che cosa possiamo aspettarci in termini di tempistiche e di processo di sviluppo, quando si lavora con lui o con lei? In passato ha già lavorato bene?

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Illustrator Reimagines Classic Superheroes as Tim Burton Characters ~ Creative Market Blog http://bit.ly/2fMGcOI
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No garden? Five creative ways city dwellers can still grow their own http://bit.ly/1MsEhfO by @ConversationUK

With more people than ever living in cities, how do we reconcile our need for fresh fruit and vegetables with the challenges of life in an urban environment where the time and space for gardening are limited?

Thankfully, there are many ways to grow your own fresh produce in the city, which go beyond the traditional solution of the allotment.
Here are just five:


read more on http://bit.ly/1MsEijO

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Three Habits Of The Most Creative Problem Solvers | Fast Company | Business + Innovation http://bit.ly/1XtOqJH by Olivia Fox Cabane

Photo: Flickr user David Goehring]

Some people are better at getting out of tough challenges than others. Many of them, at least in our experience, are entrepreneurs. But all of them are creative, innovative thinkers.

That doesn't mean they're easy, though. In fact, the problem-solving process is often messy and chaotic, but it's usually rescued by three key habits that this type of person tends to draw on when the stakes are highest.

1. THEY'RE COMFORTABLE WITH UNCERTAINTY, AND SOMETIMES CREATE IT
2. THEY KNOW HOW AND WHEN TO REFRAME SETBACKS
3. THEY BELIEVE THEY CAN KEEP IMPROVING

Olivia Fox Cabane is the author of The Charisma Myth, and Judah Pollack is the coauthor of The Chaos Imperative
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How To Create Engaging Interactive Infographic For Your Startup? http://bit.ly/1MsAtLq by Designhill Blog



To create engaging and interactive infographic, startups must ensure well research-based data, right visuals and multidimensional data in a story format. http://bit.ly/1MsAsqP
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Make Your Writing Clearer: 6 Tips for Rewording Sentences | Grammarly Blog http://bit.ly/1SLEzLt

The author James Michener said, “I’m not a very good writer, but I’m an excellent rewriter.” If you’re an aspiring author or someone striving for clarity in your professional or academic writing, you appreciate the methodical march of the rewriting process. Each word in a sentence has a job; cut those that do nothing. These six tips will help you achieve clear and concise writing.

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Amp Up Creativity with These 5 Free Art Apps | Global Educator Institute http://bit.ly/1MsBenT

Help Students Unleash Their Inner Artist and Bolster That Creative Side, All on a Budget! by By Lani Aquino

Finding creative outlets for students is easier than one may think. Some fear that screen time can stifle creativity, but with the right app at their fingertips, screen time can actually enhance or develop a student’s creative side. While the true kinesthetic experience of feathering a brushstroke or shading with pastels needs to be experienced and honed, the use of these artistic mediums does not have to be exclusive to a canvas in an art room. By introducing students to art apps that allow them to explore the world of coloring, shading, form, and layering, students can experience the joys of these creative endeavors.

Many art apps can come with a hefty price-tag or an abundance of in-app purchases. With a little digging, lite versions or completely free options do exist. Having a variety of apps to share with students can allow them to explore the different styles and features available and possibly make a decision to further invest in a program that fits their artistic persona best. With focuses on drawing, sketching, and coloring, these apps offer a great starting point for artists of any age.

[PHOTO] mckinney75402 (image modified) Creative Commons.
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Aldous Huxley on the Transcendent Power of Music and Why It Sings to Our Souls http://bit.ly/1SLGIXh BY MARIA POPOVA

“There is, at least there sometimes seems to be, a certain blessedness lying at the heart of things, a mysterious blessedness.”

“Without music life would be a mistake,” Nietzsche proclaimed in 1889. But although a great many beloved writers have extolled the power of music with varying degrees of Nietzsche’s bombast, no one has captured its singular enchantment more beautifully than Aldous Huxley (July, 26 1894–November 22, 1963). In his mid-thirties — just before the publication of Brave New World catapulted him into literary celebrity and a quarter century before his insightful writings about art and artists and his transcendent experience with hallucinogenic drugs — Huxley came to contemplate the mysterious transcendence at the heart of this most spiritually resonant of the arts. His meditations were eventually published as the 1931 treasure Music at Night and Other Essays (public library).
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How to make a rap video (and raise £135,000 on Kickstarter) by @CreativeReview http://bit.ly/1XtMVLB



Speaking at creative conference Offset in Dublin on Friday, illustrator Mr Bingo spoke about his Hate Mail project, why he sends random abuse to strangers and how he raised £135,000 for a book of his postal trolling on Kickstarter

Mr Bingo’s artwork has appeared on ads, magazines, book covers and beer cans. But after working as a commercial illustrator for 15 years, he decided to focus his efforts on making abusive artwork for paying strangers instead through his hugely successful Hate Mail project.

Hate Mail began in 2011 when, after a few drinks in his studio one night, Mr Bingo sent out a tweet offering to send an offensive postcard to the first person who replied (he’s an avid collector of vintage postcards, from ones featuring oddly mundane shots of motorways and shipping containers to lenticular designs and pictures of animals).
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How to make a rap video (and raise £135,000 on Kickstarter) by @CreativeReview http://bit.ly/1XtMWPr



Speaking at creative conference Offset in Dublin on Friday, illustrator Mr Bingo spoke about his Hate Mail project, why he sends random abuse to strangers and how he raised £135,000 for a book of his postal trolling on Kickstarter

Mr Bingo’s artwork has appeared on ads, magazines, book covers and beer cans. But after working as a commercial illustrator for 15 years, he decided to focus his efforts on making abusive artwork for paying strangers instead through his hugely successful Hate Mail project.

Hate Mail began in 2011 when, after a few drinks in his studio one night, Mr Bingo sent out a tweet offering to send an offensive postcard to the first person who replied (he’s an avid collector of vintage postcards, from ones featuring oddly mundane shots of motorways and shipping containers to lenticular designs and pictures of animals).
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