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Important Features of Modern Office Furniture Design

23rd August 2011
Office furniture has emerged as a critical part of modern offices. Today, businesses recognise that selecting the correct office furniture is an important element in the over-all growth and success of their organisation. The right office furniture design ... Read >
Author: John Sacks

Tips on Setting up the Perfect Trade Show Booth

16th March 2011
A trade show provides the perfect opportunity for a business to come in direct contact with customers. This sets the stage for a sales person- customer interaction wherein all doubts, questions and suggestions of the customer can be discussed freely. Sinc... Read >
Author: Barbara Jane Radcliff

What Are The Different Types Of Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos?

28th September 2009
The Hawaiian Tribal Tattoos also falls into the category of Polynesian tattoos. Polynesia is a beautiful group of islands located at the Pacific oceans. And many tribal tattoos are born right at this mystical island itself. Not only has it been around for... Read >
Author: Fredrick Coleman

Using Sterling Silver in Fashion Jewelry Design

09th January 2009
Silver was discovered at least 6,000 years ago, and since then, has always been considered to be a valuable metal. Since its discovery, the history of silver and the uses for silver are rich and varied. According to The Silver Institute, a worldwide assoc... Read >
Author: Dale Arnold

5-point vs. 6-point Likert Scales

16th June 2006
One of the most common scaled-response format questions in survey design today is the Likert scale. It was developed by the American educator and organizational psychologist Rensis Likert in 1932 as an attempt to improve the levels of measurement in s... Read >
Author: Infosurv Editorial Team

Surfboard design innovations

15th December 2005
Surfing has its roots in the Polynesia. When explorers such as Captain Cook first happened on previously undiscovered Polynesian islands in the 18th century, they were often surprised to find the natives seemingly walking on water, riding waves with diffe... Read >
Author: David Skul
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