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Month: May 2017

Tricks of the Trade in Research and Development

Tricks of the Trade in Research and Development

“Technique is the easiest area of competence to learn, but it’s also one that decays the most quickly.” -Jay Gillette                                         Tricks of the Trade in Research and Development In every industry, there is a way to get things done, and an easier way to get things done. Research and Development (R&D), just like all other industries, consists of a separate set of tricks to aid in the advancement of talent, resources, and discoveries. A trick is, “a simple device…

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What is Design?

What is Design?

Design is to have a creation that relates to its respective circumstance, the people involved and henceforth predicting how the situation may develop and how the people may evolve with time. “Design is 200,000 different things to 200,000 different people,” according to Tom Peters, author of the Pursuit of Wow. Design also has the power to be 200,000 things to one individual person, as it is to me. Design is a word that cannot be confined. Nevertheless, I have produced…

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Professional Introduction – ICS 698

Professional Introduction – ICS 698

Hi everyone, My name is Déjà Nicole Studdard! During my undergraduate matriculation, I studied journalism at Ball State University and graduated in three years. I am a writer. I write for businesses, non-profit organizations, women, minorities, and children. These communities need creative writing, increased awareness, and high quality research conducted. As a result of my writing, people leave my work encouraged, inspired and more knowledgeable about the world around them.    I enjoy all forms of writing and I chose…

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