Category: Tips & Tricks

8 Great Drink Recipes for the Stemless Traveler™
May 23, 2014

[column width="1/3" place="none" ]   [/column] [column width="1/3" place="last" ] RED SANGRIA The beauty of the basic Sangria recipe is that it is as delicious as it is easy, and it only gets better as you spice it up with your own tasty additions! Really, it is hard to add the "wrong" ingredient here, think favorite fruits, spice and liquors. Chill and enjoy! Ingredients: 1 750 ml bottle of red wine (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Rioja...

A few popular drinks on Pinterest
November 20, 2013

Liquid Marijuana For all you adventurous drinkers, this drink may be for you. No, this doesn’t contain any marijuana. It’s just named that based off the color. If you love trying out new things and love shots, this recipe may be for you and your friends. Please drink responsibly. INGREDIENTS 1/4 oz Blue Curacao liquor 1/4 oz Captain Morgan® spiced rum 1/4 oz Midori® melon liquor 1/4 oz Malibu® coconut rum 1 splash sweet...

Add Any Product or Service To Your Free Online Wedding Registry
April 11, 2013

Planning your Wedding? Here's a brief DIY tutorial on how to get started with My Registry, a free online wedding registry. MyRegistry.com is a website that allows you to manage your own registry and add items from ANY store on the internet. In addition, you can sync pre-existing store registries, request cash, scan barcodes with your phone, display it on Facebook as well as creating custom personalized links. Feel free to comment below if you...

The Power of Sharing Knowledge
March 28, 2011

Although my industry of creative innovation is secretive and often very confidential, without sharing your work and experiences with others it would be really difficult to take your organization to the next level. The internet is the ultimate resource for sharing knowledge and I've had some great experiences since when I first started sharing my work online. 1. Show off your best work   It's truly important that your...

WhatTheFont?
November 12, 2010

Have you ever seen a logo or been to a website and wondered, “That’s a nice font, I wonder what one it is they’re using?” Well you need to wonder no more. WhatTheFont is a service to help you find out just that. It’s a simple service to use too with two ways to find out what font is being used on a website or in a logo (or any other graphic come to that). You can either upload an image to the service, all the main graphics formats and...

Daniel Uppling: Zbrush Exercise
November 12, 2010

  One of the perks of working with The Product Farm is that we have a handful of talented collaborators working with us : Designers, 3D Artists, Sculptors, Animators, Illustrators and Programmers - throw a challenge at us and we have the talent to handle the job. Daniel Uppling is a former class mate of mine from Tumba Graphics Centre, 20 minutes south of Stockholm, Sweden. We've shared a whole lot of excitement about 3D graphics and art and...

Color Trend Forecast:
October 5, 2010

If you're wondering what the upcoming color trends are, look no further. We've prepared a list of inspirational color chips and resources with expert advise from the fashion world and Pantone Color Institute: Color Report for Fall 2010 Pantone Fashion PANTONE Fashion Color Report Fall 2010 features the top 10 colors for women's fashion for fall 2010, along with designer sketches, quotes and headshots. Designers continue to exhibit a...

Finding brand logos online
August 30, 2010

One thing that really makes a presentation stand out is when we're provided good quality artwork such as high res images or logos in vector format. It allows us to do so much more and with less effort. Since we know from experience how hard it is to obtain logos from your clients in a timely manner, we decided to let you in on a few secret resources: Kwikee is an online resource for free, manufacture approved images and data. Here you can...

How to Export Email Addresses from Facebook
July 31, 2010

Facebook APIs don’t expose email addresses of users and hence none of the Facebook apps can provide you with the actual contact data of your friends. There’s however a simple (and perfectly legal) workaround that can help you easily download all your friends email addresses from Facebook’s walled garden. The trick, as you can see in the video, is actually quite simple. Go to address.yahoo.com and click the Facebook icon. A login dialog should...