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Online radio

Online radio


The simple definition of ‘Online radio’ is that it is an audio service transmitted via the internet. But you have probably heard of it being referred to as web radio, net radio, streaming radio and e-radio. We made a solution for online radio. ‘Radio Adda’ is our online radio. It is a well-known radio station for online users. We will give you all the assistance for online radio setup.

You can access online radio by using your computer, cell phone or even your car.  Plug your cell phone into your car radio by using a direct cable.

You can also use a FM modulator. It is connected directly to your stereo's aerial port, with the car's aerial connected to it. It then passes on all but a few FM frequencies straight from the airwaves to the car's stereo system. If your car has Bluetooth, you can use that too.

Graphic design

Graphic design


Graphic-DesignSuppose you want to announce or sell something, amuse or persuade someone, explain a complicated system or demonstrate a process. In other words, you have a message you want to communicate. How do you “send” it? You could tell people one by one or broadcast by radio or loudspeaker. That's verbal communication. But if you use any visual medium at all-if you make a poster; type a letter; create a business logo, a magazine ad, or an album cover; even make a computer printout-you are using a form of visual communication called graphic design.Graphic designers work with drawn, painted, photographed, or computer-generated images (pictures), but they also design the letterforms that make up various typefaces found in movie credits and TV ads; in books, magazines, and menus; and even on computer screens. Designers create, choose, and organize these elements-typography, images, and the so-called “white space” around them-to communicate a message. Graphic design is a part of your daily life. From humble things like gum wrappers to huge things like billboards to the T-shirt you're wearing, graphic design informs, persuades, organizes, stimulates, locates, identifies, attracts attention and provides pleasure.Graphic design is a creative process that combines art and technology to communicate ideas. The designer works with a variety of communication tools in order to convey a message from a client to a particular audience. The main tools are image and typography.Designers develop images to represent the ideas their clients want to communicate. Images can be incredibly powerful and compelling tools of communication, conveying not only information but also moods and emotions. People respond to images instinctively based on their personalities, associations, and previous experience. For example, you know that a chili pepper is hot, and this knowledge in combination with the image creates a visual pun.In the case of image-based design, the images must carry the entire message; there are few if any words to help.

These images may be photographic, painted, drawn, or graphically rendered in many different ways. Image-based design is employed when the designer determines that, in a particular case, a picture is indeed worth a thousand words.In some cases, designers rely on words to convey a message, but they use words differently from the ways writers do. To designers, what the words look like is as important as their meaning. The visual forms, whether typography (communication designed by means of the printed word) or handmade lettering, perform many communication functions. They can arrest your attention on a poster, identify the product name on a package or a truck, and present running text as the typography in a book does. Designers are experts at presenting information in a visual form in print or on film, packaging, or signs.When you look at an “ordinary” printed page of running text, what is involved in designing such a seemingly simple page? Think about what you would do if you were asked to redesign the page. Would you change the typeface or type size? Would you divide the text into two narrower columns? What about the margins and the spacing between the paragraphs and lines? Would you indent the paragraphs or begin them with decorative lettering? What other kinds of treatment might you give the page number? Would you change the boldface terms, perhaps using italic or underlining? What other changes might you consider, and how would they affect the way the reader reacts to the content? Designers evaluate the message and the audience for type-based design in order to make these kinds of decisions.Designers often combine images and typography to communicate a client's message to an audience. They explore the creative possibilities presented by words (typography) and images (photography, illustration, and fine art).

It is up to the designer not only to find or create appropriate letterforms and images but also to establish the best balance between them.Designers are the link between the client and the audience. On the one hand, a client is often too close to the message to understand various ways in which it can be presented. The audience, on the other hand, is often too broad to have any direct impact on how a communication is presented. What's more, it is usually difficult to make the audience a part of the creative process. Unlike client and audience, graphic designers learn how to construct a message and how to present it successfully. They work with the client to understand the content and the purpose of the message. They often collaborate with market researchers and other specialists to understand the nature of the audience. Once a design concept is chosen, the designers work with illustrators and photographers as well as with typesetters and printers or other production specialists to create the final design product.
Symbols and logos are special, highly condensed information forms or identifiers. Symbols are abstract representation of a particular idea or identity. The CBS “eye” and the active “television” are symbolic forms, which we learn to recognize as representing a particular concept or company. Logotypes are corporate identifications based on a special typographical word treatment. Some identifiers are hybrid, or combinations of symbol and logotype. In order to create these identifiers, the designer must have a clear vision of the corporation or idea to be represented and of the audience to which the message is directed.

E-newspaper

E-newspaper

imagesE-newspaper Means Electronic newspape, is a self-contained, reusable, and refreshable version of a traditional newspaper that acquires and holds information electronically. The electronic newspaper should not be confused with newspapers that offer an online version at a Web site. The near-future technology - researchers expect to have the product available as soon as 2003 - will use  Internet connection.

A number of versions of the future technology are in development, although there are two frontrunners: Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) is working on a newspaper that would consist of a single sheet of their e-paper), while Lucent, in partnership with a company called E Ink, is working on a multi-page.

The Gyricon version consists of a single sheet of transparent plastic, containing millions of tiny bichromal (two color) beads in oil-filled pockets. Text and images are displayed through rotation of the beads that occurs in response to electrical impulses: a full rotation displays as black or white, and a partial rotation displays as gray shades.A senior research fellow at PARC, has been working towards a viable electronic newspaper.

e-books solution

e-books solution


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Making the decision to go with eBooks is easy. Figuring out how to do it is not. With various eBook reading devices, multiple eBook formats and alternative distribution options,finding the right solution to meet your association’s specific needs is challenging,And your publications are not text-only. You have embedded tables, color graphics, footnotes, bulleted lists, and photographs which can be tricky to upload.We know what you’re thinking.

Where do I begin? How does this work and how much will it cost? These answers depend on your content, and what you want to do with your eBooks.Partner with us to transform your PDF books to a reflowable format your members can read… anywhere anytime.

Multimedia design

Multimedia design

multimedia_designMultimedia Design is the art of integrating multiple forms of media. It is used in video games, information kiosks, websites and many other interactive applications. Careers in Multimedia Design can be found in a growing number of industries, from Madison Avenue ad agencies to Hollywood production companies. The uses of Multimedia Design are just beginning to be explored.Multimedia Design requires both creative and technical skills to integrate two or more types of media. Multimedia Design is probably most prevalent on the Internet where you might encounter a web page using a combination of audio, animation and text. The advertising and marketing industries have jumped on this trend using multiple forms of media to reach a wider audience.

Industries as widespread as video gaming and education are also taking advantage of innovations in Multimedia Design.Educational programs in Multimedia Design are becoming increasingly popular at colleges and universities as well as online institutions. Students can start with an associate degree in Multimedia and work all the way up to a doctorate degree. Associate degrees tend to focus more intensely on the tools and techniques while graduate level programs will explore the philosophies and trends that are shaping the industry.

Degree options include:

  • Associate of Applied Science in Multimedia Technologies.
  • Bachelor of Science in Multimedia Design.
  • Bachelor of Arts in Multimedia Studies.
  • Master of Fine Arts in Interactive Media.
  • Ph.D. in Digital Arts and Experimental Media.

Careers in Multimedia Design run the gamut from marketing and advertising to telecommunication to the gaming and entertainment industry. Fine artists are even finding creative expression in Multimedia Design.

Careers in Multimedia Design:

  • Web designer or programmer.
  • Installation artist.
  • Graphic designer.
  • Software developer or programmer.
  • Game developer or programmer.
  • Video and audio editor.
  • Special effects engineer.