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“Everyone in this office loses respect for you when you aren’t on time”

“What you do in the small circumstances, you’ll do in large circumstances.”

“People who are great and have repeated success in business never fuck up the small things.”

“You can’t cash the reality checks.”

“Show more value and eventually it catches up.”

“People notice the motherfucker who is on the extra mile.”

“It feels like the world is meditating at 4:30 in the morning.”

“Crazy people get you crazy results. Average motherfuckers get you average results”

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“Basic hustle is what sets you apart” “Probably 80% of college is null and void” “The business climate is changing constantly but the curriculum stays the same!” “People walk out of school like ‘I just got taught how to handle mergers acquisitions.’ Motherfucker, you don’t even have an entry level job! How are you gonna handle mergers acquisitions!?” “How are you teaching motherfuckers … Continue reading Our Education System… Oh Sh*t

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“Figuring it out and just making it happen is most of life.” Continue reading Losing Friends, Sales Strategies and Twitter QA

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ITAA is a professional, educational association composed of scholars, educators, and students in the textile, apparel, and merchandising disciplines in higher education. ITAA welcomes professionals employed in those fields who wish to join with members of the Association in the pursuit of knowledge, interchange of ideas, and dissemination of knowledge through meetings, special events, and publications.

The International Textile and Apparel Association promotes the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge and is a primary resource for its members in strengthening leadership and service to society.

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The ITAA Teaching Innovation and Resources Committee invites submissions for the 2018 Rutherford Teaching Challenge. The Teaching Challenge is designed to encourage development and dissemination of innovative teaching strategies that address emerging issues in the apparel and textile field. This year’s theme is Incorporating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) skills into the Apparel and Textiles Classroom. Submissions will be double-blind reviewed by the Teaching Innovations and Resources Committee. Winning submissions will be awarded $500 for 1st place, $300 for 2nd place and $200 for 3rd place. Winning authors will be invited to present their teaching modules at the 2018 ITAA Conference Poster Session. Please see Full Call for submission guidelines. Past winning submissions can be found .

Recently, I’ve been receiving similar questions from a lot of people:

This question brings me back to when I first started my career. 7 years ago, I’m on my first day of my first design job. I’m sitting in front a blank Photoshop file on an iMac (I was a Windows user back then). I’m trying to grasp what my manager just briefed me about. I have no idea how to start. Blank.

Before landing that job, I had just graduated from university with a Multimedia degree. So, why did I not know anything about design?Well, universities don’t teach us practical design. Most university courses only teach us theory and sometimes teach us how to use design tools like Adobe Suite. But that’s not enough — not even close.

7 years later of self-teaching, I’m now a Design Teacher and International Conference Speaker.

The first thing you should know is:

We’re not some unicorn creatures that were meant to be designers and were just born artistic like that. Design is learned. Design is about solving problems. It’s a process of constantly finding problems and creating solutions for them.

Design is about solving problems.

There are many areas of design: UI, UX, product designers, graphic designers, interaction designers, information architect, and the list goes on. Start by figuring out which specialty interest you more.For now, let’s focus on the most common type: a mix of interface and experience: UI/UX designer .

UI/UX designer

Before practicing design, the first thing you need to do is learn some design principles. From this, you’ll be able to enter the design world and start thinking “creatively”. You will learn the psychological aspects of design: why it can look good and why it can fail.

Here are some basic principles you should know about.

1. Color

Color vocabulary, fundamentals and the psychology of colors. Principles of design: Color

2. Balance

Symmetry and assymetry. Principles of design: Balance

3. Contrast

Using contrast to organize information, build hierarchy and create focus. Principles of design: contrast

Choosing fonts and creating readable text on the web. 10 Principles Of Readability And Web Typography


Cognitive Tutors have been successful in raising students' math test scores in high school and middle-school classrooms, but their development has traditionally required considerable time and expertise. With the Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tools (CTAT) , creating Cognitive Tutors is both easier for experts and possible for novices in cognitive science. The tools draw on ideas of programming by demonstration, structured editing, and others.

The documentation for the Cognitive Tutor Authoring Tools has moved to a new location. All new documentation is now available in one place. Go to the new documentation and tutorials .

CTAT version 4.2.0 is available for download. CTAT 4.2.0 supports our new CTAT HTML Editor, which allows users to quickly build tutor interfaces. Changes include:

Read more in the release notes .

CTAT 4.1.0 is primarily a bug-fix release to address issues found in CTAT 4.0.0. Changes include:

CTAT 4.0.0 introduces support for HTML. Changes include:

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CTAT 3.3.0 includes many new features and improvements. Changes include:

CTAT 3.2.1 is primarily a bug-fix release. Changes include:

We corrected an issue with our Flash components .ZXP file and have posted a new version of CommComponentsAS3.zxp. Please download and install this version using the Adobe Extension Manager if you are downloading CTAT for the first time and plan to use Flash for authoring student interfaces. For those who previously tried to install the Flash components for CTAT 3.2 in Adobe Extension Manager CC: this new version contains the same components you've already installed, but will not produce an error message in the Extension Manager. The error message can be safely ignored even though it appears that the components did not install successfully.

This release includes the following improvements:

This is an exciting release for CTAT, with many major improvements. Look for:

This is a major release for CTAT. It's the first release with ActionScript 3.0 versions of the Flash components (see {CTAT}/Flash/CommComponentsAS3.mxp).

In addition to the changes listed below as part of CTAT 2.12 Beta, the following features have been added (as well as many bug fixes):

After a long period offline, CTAT is now available again. This release includes the following changes:

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