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Vice President for Development, Grand Rapids Symphony

Now in its 91th season, the Grand Rapids Symphony invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Development, available in the first quarter of 2021. The Organizationhttps://www.grsymphony.org Now in its 91th season, the Grand Rapids Symphony (GRS) is a highly acclaimed orchestra that presents more than 400 performances annually, reaching a diverse audience of more than 200,000 concertgoers from 14 West Michigan counties. Nearly half of those who attend are st...
Tags: Art, New York, Jobs, Microsoft, New York City, US, America, Chicago, Ford, Michigan, Richard, Wall Street Journal, Expedia, Verdi, Grand Rapids, Forbes


The English manor where billionaire Richard Branson grew up just hit the market for $5 million — take a look inside

United Kingdom Sotheby's International Realty Sir Richard Branson, 70, a tycoon with a net worth of about $4.5 billion, dreamed up his first business venture in a red-brick home in a quiet English village called Shamley Green. The house, located about 30 miles southwest of London, just hit the market for $5.2 million. Take a look inside the four-bedroom, three-bathroom property, which Branson described in his autobiography as a "rambling building with many barns and sheds and some lan...
Tags: Real Estate, UK, Design, London, Finance, Trends, Features, United Kingdom, Virgin Group, Richard Branson, Surrey, Branson, Caribbean, British Virgin Islands, Forbes, Luxury Real Estate


Why is Storytelling So Powerful?

Storytelling is an intrinsic part of the human experience, dating back thousands of years. Much of history as we know it is due largely to stories being passed down through generations. There is nothing quite as compelling as a story that keeps you on the edge of your seat. So how does this translate to the presentation space? You want to make sure your audience is tracking with you. You must deliver information that will yield your desired result. Let’s explore why storytelling’s capacity to be...
Tags: Design, Storytelling, Content, Presentation, Forbes, Speaking, Emory University, Brand Story, Presentation Hacks, Presentation Design, Brand Storytelling, Nick Morgan, Storytellings, Presentation Storytelling, Storytelling Tips, Finding The Story


This $199 acrylic helmet with HEPA filters powered by fans designed to wear instead of a mask is being compared to sci-fi movies

Air. Microclimate MicroClimate created a visor with air filters that looks like a helmet, called Air. Air is just one of many unusual designs for face coverings since the COVID-19 pandemic hit. People have critiqued the design on social media, with a common theme being it looks too futuristic. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In the dystopia of 2020, being able to afford a personal microclimate helmet to wear around might be the next status symbol.The coronavirus is stil...
Tags: Design, US, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Features, Anthony Fauci, Forbes, Brobible, Michael Hall, Air Air, Face Mask, Tech Insider, Scott Stein, Gene Park


Film Streams – Executive Director

Currently celebrating its 15th year as an internationally recognized art house film center, Film Streams was established as a nonprofit in 2005 and has grown to an operation of two venues that are open 365 days per year and seven days per week, with 4,848 public showtimes and 292 different film programs in 2019. Film Streams oversees two distinct cinemas in Omaha, Nebraska: the Ruth Sokolof Theater and the historic Dundee Theater. Film Streams ceased operations in March 2020 due to COVID-19 and ...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Minneapolis, Washington, Chicago, United States, Dallas, Nebraska, Omaha, The New York Times, Kansas City, Denver, Forbes, Midwest, Omaha Nebraska, University of Nebraska Omaha


‘The Robert Caro Of Hawaii’

“As the decades passed, [David W.] Forbes [has] painstakingly tracked down archival portraits of people alive in that era, in libraries and private collections throughout the islands. That set him on a half-century hunt for clues about the dynastic line of Hawaiian royals. … [One eminent colleague] believes that Forbes’s life work — the four-volume Hawaiian Bibliography and The Diaries of Queen Lili’uokalani — will be used by scholars for decades to come.” – Literary Hub
Tags: Art, Hawaii, Words, Forbes, Lili, Robert Caro, 07.24.20, David W -RSB- Forbes


Director, Indiana University Cinema

One of the nation’s most prestigious movie houses, Indiana University Cinema (IU Cinema) presents and examines the world’s most entertaining, fascinating, and thought-provoking films and invites audiences to hear from the luminaries who created them. Organization One of the nation’s most prestigious movie houses, Indiana University Cinema (IU Cinema) presents and examines the world’s most entertaining, fascinating, and thought-provoking films and invites audiences to hear from the lu...
Tags: Art, Jobs, New York City, Indiana, Chicago, United States, Jim Jarmusch, Ada, Louisville, Forbes, Indiana University, Nerdwallet, Bloomington, Metropolitan Opera, Association of American Universities, Customer focus


Explaining the Executive Order Proposing to Hand Design Authority Over to President Trump

With so much news out there these days, I think a lot of people just scan headlines, skip reading the actual articles, and consider themselves informed. That's dangerous. Consider these headlines from yesterday, starting with the New York Times: Draft Executive Order Would Give Trump a New Target: Modern Design Dezeen's headline on the topic states: President Trump drafts rules for "Making Federal Buildings Beautiful Again" ArtNet News' headline: President Trump Wants to Make 'Federal Buildings ...
Tags: Design, Washington, White House, Architecture, New York Times, The Times, New Orleans, Frank Gehry, Brad Pitt, Times, Abba, AIA, Forbes, Trump, New Republic, NCAS


Darko Tresnjak Helms Reading of Nate Ruess & Joe DiPietro's New Dr. Seuss Musical

According to Forbes, fun. frontman Nate Ruess is hard at work on a new Dr. Seuss musical based onIf I Ran the Circus. Tony winner Darko Tresnjak directed a private reading of the new show last week, which features a book by Joe DiPietro. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Forbes, Nate Ruess, Tony, Joe DiPietro, Darko Tresnjak, BWW News Desk, Darko Tresnjak Helms


Christian Boltanski Profiled in Forbes

Christian Boltanski gets a profile in Forbes this week, as his show at the Centre Pompidou prepares to close.  “Maybe I’m happier now than I was some years ago,” he says as the conversation turns to mortality and the prospect of death in his own work. “Maybe when you ask yourself a lot of questions, something eventually happens that […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Forbes, Minipost, Centre Pompidou, Christian Boltanski, Christian Boltanski Profiled


Don’t Lose Sight of the Dream

Don’t lose sight of the dream. It sounds cliché, right? But it’s one of those things that we need to remind ourselves of over and over again. I was reminded of the importance of the overarching vision while reading Richard M. Weaver’s Ideas Have Consequences. In it, he says, “logic depends on the dream, and not the dream upon it . . . a waning of the dream results in confusion.” While his language from 1948 might be a bit dated, his ideas are not. What do I mean by dream? I mean the big “why,” t...
Tags: Apple, Energy, Design, Passion, Airbnb, Deliver, Delivery, Dream, Develop, Forbes, Speaking, Don, Weaver, Brent Schlender, Rick Tetzeli, Presentation Design


12 good things that happened for the environment in 2019

For folks who read — and write — about sustainability, dire projections are revealed every day. Between rainforest fires and ocean pollution, much of the news is grim. However, 2019 also brought good news. In the spirit of optimism as we start a new year, let’s hope our species can build on this year’s gains in 2020. Here are a few high points from 2019. Banana leaves as packaging If you’ve ever had the good fortune to visit a southern Indian restaurant in Asia, you may have been served dinn...
Tags: Asia, Florida, Design, London, Atlantic, Netherlands, Peru, North Carolina, Seoul, Huffington Post, Tampa, NGO, Forbes, Inhabitat, South Atlantic, International Renewable Energy Agency


Advanced SEO Techniques for 2020: Generate More Traffic

This article was contributed by Roman Daneghyan. Is SEO important for every business, or just selected ones need it? Should you invest in SEO, or can you get by without it? Most online startups ask questions like these.  It is important to understand that Search Engine Optimization or SEO is Google’s way of identifying which websites should rank high for queries searched into its search engine. In the absence of SEO, it won’t be difficult for businesses to manipulate the search results and ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Design, Social Media, Seo, Css, Best, United States, Vpn, Voice, Forbes, Guest Articles, GoogleBot, Google My Business, Amazon Alexa, Google Yahoo Bing


Bloomberg is a Billionaire Because He Backed Good Design

Pop quiz: Who are some famous American billionaires you can think of? My guess is you'd rattle off Buffett, Trump, Musk, Gates, Bezos, Bloomberg. How'd they make their money? Bill Gates: MicrosoftJeff Bezos: AmazonElon Musk: Numerous web ventures including PayPal Donald Trump: Real estateWarren Buffett: FinanceMichael Bloomberg: FinanceActually, one of them built a massive fortune by backing good design. That's Michael Bloomberg, and this chapter of his story begins with him being in the wrong p...
Tags: Apple, Design, Finance, New York City, America, Bloomberg, Harvard, Bill Gates, Merrill Lynch, Treasury, Ibm, Bloomberg LP, Michael Bloomberg, Cnbc, Forbes, Trump


White River Marine Group needs an Industrial Designer!

Spanning destination retail, boat manufacturing, and award-winning resorts, Bass Pro Shops is an innovative pioneer in connecting everyone to the great outdoors. Founded in 1972 when avid young angler Johnny Morris began selling tackle out of his father’s liquor store in Springfield, Missouri, today Bass Pro Shops is a leading destination retailer offering outdoor gear and apparel in an immersive setting with more than 100 retail and marine centers that host 120 million people annually. White Ri...
Tags: Transportation, Design, America, Boats, Bass Pro Shops, Job Board, Product Design, Forbes, Springfield Missouri, Johnny Morris, Johnny Morris Bass Pro Shops, White River Marine Group, YD Job Board, Industrial Designer, Nitro Z21, CATIA Rhino


Julie Andrews is Open to the Idea of Returning to Broadway

Julie Andrews is no stranger to the stage, although it's been quite a while since she graced Broadway with her presence. However, according to Forbes, she has now revealed that she would be open to the idea of returning to the Great White Way. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Forbes, Julie Andrews, Great White Way, BWW News Desk


Ta-Nehisi Coates’s ‘Between The World And Me’ Is Now A Play, And It’s About To Tour The U.S

One of the first things that Kamilah Forbes did when she became executive producer at the Apollo Theater in Harlem was contact Coates, an old friend from college, and ask to adapt his award-winning memoir. “Book reading can be so solitary; we read our books by ourselves, and unless you’re part of a book club, do you really engage within the topics or in the actual writing or primarily the topic that the book discusses?” Forbes said. “The question was about how can we use theatre as this collect...
Tags: Art, Theatre, Words, Harlem, Forbes, Ta Nehisi Coates, Apollo Theater, Coates, SJ, Kamilah Forbes, 10.22.19


No One Needs a Superyacht, but They Keep Selling Them

Billionaires won’t stop buying superyachts. You can even thank Donald Trump.
Tags: Design, News, Castro, Forbes, Fidel, Malcolm, Epstein, Luxury Goods and Services, Jeffrey E (1953-, Sailboats and Sailing, Ships and Shipping


Build a Powerful Brand With These 13 Actionable Tips

This article was contributed by Nico Braille. Let’s face it, starting a new business is never the easiest of things, and more so if you’re in a competitive niche or industry. The late nights, huge financial demands, and all the sacrifices that go into it can feel overwhelming but is in most cases worth it in the end. A key part of the process is branding. Essentially, branding is a marketing practice in which a business creates unique elements like its voice, symbols, web design, and name to hel...
Tags: Apple, Design, Steve Jobs, Godaddy, Adidas, New York Times, Miami, Branding, Forbes, Guest Articles, Guest Article, Facebook Pinterest Instagram and Twitter, Mark Zuckerberg Bill Gates, Mango Matter Media, Coca Cola KFC Mercedes Benz, MyWebCompany


Executive Director – Ballet Des Moines

Reporting to and working closely with the board of directors, the Executive Director (ED), in partnership with the Artistic Director, will be responsible for the overall success and creative growth of Ballet Des Moines. OrganizationBallet Des Moines was founded in 2002 as the Ballet Theatre of Iowa. Its inaugural season included The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and Divertimento. In 2005 Serkan Usta was named Artistic Director and the company was renamed Ballet Des Moines. In 2012 Ballet Des Moin...
Tags: Apple, Art, Jobs, Time, Iowa, John, Ed, Forbes, Midwest, Board, Des Moines, Greater Des Moines, Sculpture Park, Microsoft Facebook, Meredith Corporation, Downtown Des Moines


Why Edwin Van Ruymbeke Thinks the Drones of the Future Will Look Like Birds and Bugs

The first drone Edwin Van Ruymbeke ever flew made him nervous. He was afraid he'd crash and break it; he worried it might hit someone; and he didn't like the idea of a skyline littered with the dystopian-looking propellered devices. These days he's designing a very different take on the aerial gadgets. As an aeronautical engineer and the inheritor of a family business that makes mechanical flying bird toys, Van Ruymbeke is uniquely positioned to explore bird and insect-inspired biomimetic drones...
Tags: Design, Crowdfunding, China, Tech, Earth, BBC News, Boston Dynamics, Forbes, Tim Bird, Edwin Van Ruymbeke, Van Ruymbeke, XTIM


Top 5 Job Openings at YD Job Board for this week

As a part of our careers-related columns, these are our top five picks of the best industrial design opportunities on Yanko Design’s recruitment platform YD Job Board. This week brings you openings at the giant of all eyewear brands Luxottica (of the Ray-Ban, Oakley, and many of the top fashion house brands fame…), backpackers dream manufacturer Osprey, Johnson & Johnson and even a chance to design a boat with the White River Marine Group Company among other options!Check out Yanko Design Job Bo...
Tags: Design, Colorado, America, North America, Bass Pro Shops, Luxottica, Triton, Forbes, San Juan Mountains, Holly, Johnson Johnson, Springfield Missouri, Knoll, U S Green Building Council, Yanko Design, Yanko


International Women's Day Spotlight: Meet the 8 women leading the change for a better world

International Women’s Day is just one of the 365 days per year that it is important to recognize and celebrate the contributions and advancements female leaders have bestowed onto the environment, society and culture from around the world. While there are thousands of women who are fighting to help conserve and preserve our planet, below we highlight eight brave women from across the globe who are making headlines for their innovative impact in the environmental, conservation and sustainability...
Tags: Design, Iraq, India, Africa, Earth, Uganda, Davos, Gaza, Palestine, Kenya, Un, Greenpeace, Kuwait, Caribbean, Christiana Figueres, Lagos


International Women's Day Spotlight: Meet the 8 women leading the charge for a better world

International Women’s Day is just one of the 365 days per year that it is important to recognize and celebrate the contributions and advancements female leaders have bestowed onto the environment, society and culture from around the world. While there are thousands of women who are fighting to help conserve and preserve our planet, below we highlight eight brave women from across the globe who are making headlines for their innovative impact in the environmental, conservation and sustainability...
Tags: Design, Iraq, India, Africa, Earth, Uganda, Davos, Gaza, Palestine, Kenya, Un, Greenpeace, Kuwait, Caribbean, Christiana Figueres, Lagos


Executive Director – Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts

The Executive Director (ED) of the Center will report directly to Boise State University’s Chief Financial Officer, who reports directly to the President of the University. The ED will have overall responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the Center. OrganizationThe Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts (Center) on the campus of Boise State University is the premier performance venue for arts, culture, and world-class entertainment in Idaho, fulfilling an important role i...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Time, America, University, Atlantic, United States, Idaho, Portland, Broadway, Harry, Ed, Pacific Northwest, Forbes, Center, Boise


5 Design Tips To Make Your Boxes Pop

by Phil Bagdasarian, co-founder of Packwire Attaining a competitive edge in today’s dog-eat-dog world can be a grueling experience. The e-commerce sector is notoriously competitive, requiring a lot more than a fantastic product. Converting proven tactics and strategies into sales is the first part of the battle. The second is all about delivery… literally! An essential component of achieving success is making sure that a company’s brand and message are properly communicated to customers from th...
Tags: Startups, Design, Packaging, Kraft, Forbes, Phil, Packaging Design, Professionalisms, Product Packaging, Phil Bagdasarian, Marie Valee


Hannh Levy and Puppies Puppies on Forbes’s 30 Under 30

The Forbes 30 under 30 list has been released, featuring a group of young artists that includes Puppies Puppies and Hannah Levy.   Read more at Forbes
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Forbes, Minipost, Hannh Levy, Hannah Levy Read


Design Thinking 101: Principles, Tools & Examples to Transform Your Creative Process

This article was contributed by Melissa Pallotti of Dropbox. Give Every Step of Your Process – from Brainstorming to Creating the Final Product – a Boost According to movies and television shows, the design process is really pretty simple: you’re walking your dog/ hanging out at an all-night diner/ sitting at your desk, and you’re suddenly struck with a brilliant idea. You sketch it up, present it to someone, and boom – you have successfully designed a product that is ready to be sent out in...
Tags: Design, Creativity, Thinking, Forbes, Guest Articles, Melissa Pallotti, Harvard Business Review Design


Twitter Link Roundup #345 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

Are you one of the millions of people who have started using coconut oil? It may be time to reconsider the fervent adoration this cooking ingredient has accrued in recent years. The American Heart Association recently reviewed the evidence on coconut oil. An astounding three-quarter of the US population believes that coconut oil is a healthy choice and a panacea for just about everything. Startlingly, the review discovered that only 37% of nutritionists came to the same conclusion. To read more...
Tags: Twitter, Design, Leadership, Small Business, Inspiration, Marketing, US, Sales, Entrepreneur, Social Media, Chicago, Ross, Branding, Forbes, Rahm Emanuel, Melinda


World’s Best Paid Actress Is (Alas, And Of Course) Far Behind Her Male Counterpart

With $40.5 million, Scarlett Johansson is the highest-ranking female on Forbes‘s annual list of best-paid acting professionals. Her earnings come mostly from her role as Black Widow in the Avengers franchise. (The figures for the highest-paid male actors are far higher.)
Tags: Art, Media, Scarlett Johansson, Avengers, Forbes, 08.16.18



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