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It is National Arthritis Awareness Month, so we have created an interactive web page to raise awareness.
Our infographic brings to attention what Rheumatoid Arthritis is and what people are affected, as well as explaining how stem cell therapy can help to treat RA.
This is an infographic on divorce and the importance of hiring a family lawyer. Many questions and concerns come to mind when a couple is thinking of filing for a divorce. There are many factors to be considered but the most important concern is the children, their custody and support. Since divorce is a legal process, it is important to consult with a Family Lawyer who knows and understands the divorce laws in your specific state.
‘Big Data’ is one of the major trends quietly revolutionizing society. Structured data is sits happily in databases, while unstructured ranges from old paper records in a filing cabinet to a box full of scribbled memo’s, letters and bills in no particular order.
Inspired by the awesome DrBonnie (http://drbonnie360.com/) we decided to look at just how big the scale (and the stakes) are.
An infograohic looking into the statistics from Alex Ferguson’s managerial career and some of his most memorable quotes.
As more travel and hospitality websites make optimizing and personalizing the booking experience a priority, an interesting question emerges: How and when should upsell and cross-sell offers appear?
Most people don’t know the true costs of traditional hosting until it’s too late. It starts off fun and exciting — fresh boxes, installing packages, learning new technologies — but winding up an “accidental sysadmin” for years is no joke.
Each step seems like a perfectly reasonable good intention, but where you end up can be a bad place indeed.
This infographic illustrates all of the potential issues and how you can avoid them.
This Infographics describes the cultural issues to be considered for web design and how design elements should be picked for designing for multicultural web UI.
The saying “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” is an Old English rhyme. These are traditionally thought of as good luck charms for the bride to carry on her wedding day. “Something old” represents continuity and signals the link between a bride, her family, and her past.
Often, mothers, sisters, relatives, or attendants will gift these tokens to the bride. However, these days many brides plan ahead and find them for themselves. Your something old can vary from an accessory, to something you secretly wear, to a decoration at the ceremony or reception. These good-luck items can be as subtle as the perfume your wear, to as noticeable as riding from venue to venue in a shiny red antique hotrod.
Be proud of your picks because it’s likely that others will ask, “What’s your something old?” throughout the day. A few celebrities have made their choices famous. Kate Middleton considered the 1820s technique used to make her dress as her something old. When Jessica Biel married Justin Timberlake, her veil was adorned with pearls from her grandmother’s wedding-day tiara. Country singer Miranda Lambert added extra tradition to her ceremony by wearing her mother’s wedding gown.
Yes, the origins of the tradition dabble in superstition. But it can be a fun way to get others involved in your ensemble. Using a family heirloom can be a great way to make elder family members feel honored and included. The most important thing is that your something old carries meaning for you as you begin a new chapter in your life.