Working Files and Graphic Design

Graphic design businesses design various graphic items for logos, brands, publications, product packaging and advertisements. The graphic works are designed with the help of graphic file formats such as EPS, PNG, GIF and JPG. All the above graphic file formats are known as the bitmap graphics which consist of thousands of small colored squares or pixels in the form of a checkerboard grid. Bitmap files are output by digital cameras and cell phones, and these files can be created, resized, optimized and edited easily to use in web programs. Most of the web browsers use JPG and GIF file formats as they compresses the size of the file for the efficient delivery of files through the internet.

GIF file formats are used for the creation of web graphics. GIF files support only 256 colors, and can be used in almost all the computer platforms. EPS file formats are used to create images with duotone/monotones and clipping paths. JPG file format is used for web graphics with great amount of gradations and colors. PNG is a file format created to overcome the limitations of GIF. PNG file formats provide lossless compression without any copyright limitations.

Working file formats are of two types- original as well as derivative files. Original files are the JPEG files or raw (unrendered) files that are created by the camera, whereas derivative files are made out of the original files. The rendered as well as unrendered formats are used as the working file formats. Raw files are used with PIE software and the rendered files are used both in pixel editing software and PIE. The JPEG file cannot be used as the working file because of the lossy compression. Working files cannot display graphics properly as they are mainly used for printing the documents. Working files cannot display quality images as required by the web based programs.

Working files are normally used for storing and viewing documents, notes etc. The different working file formats are .DAT, .DCF, .DCT, .DO, .DOC, .DTA, .FRQ, .FRW, .MAP, .SAS, .SD2, .SPS and .WRN. The working files can be included in a .ZIP file which contains a data file, different definitions of the date and other such documentation. The file types will differ according to the file format and the data type included. You can extract the working files from the .ZIP file. With the help of Winzip or PKUNZIP, you can extract the working files. Working files are primarily used for documentation, but design studios are creating graphics for various purposes. It is not possible to create graphics using the working files. Therefore, professional designers do not release working files.

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Why Choose Sushi for Your Event Menu – ask Sushi platters, Moorabbin

Sushi platters make great menus for events. They don’t need heating; they can be served cold as long as the fish is fresh. They are healthier than fried foods and other high calorie foods that may be served at corporate events and parties. They are delicious and can be a favorite lunchtime menu for office workers or high end delicacies for an event.

This food from East Asia is easy to eat, and though many people pick up their chopsticks to tackle sushi, they are traditionally finger foods! This makes sushi incredibly easy to serve and least messy to clean up afterwards. These are reasons enough to offer sushi platters at Moorabbin events.

Types of Sushi
Sushi is typically made of raw fish, vegetables and rice. These are combined together with different flavors and in different shapes to create the several varieties of sushi. There are also varieties of vegetarian sushi for those that don’t enjoy fish. The common ingredient across all of them is vinegar-flavored sushi rice. The toppings, fillings, condiments and preparation styles are what differentiate sushi varieties.

So, how do you choose what type of sushi platters to serve? Here’s a look at the varieties of sushi that are available.

Nigiri Sushi: Nigirizushi is typically a mound of rice pressed into a box with hands and topped with a dot of spicy wasabi and a cut of seafood draped over it, such as tuna, salmon, prawns etc.

Maki Sushi: Maki sushi is typically cylindrical sushi pieces created with the help of a bamboo mat. This variety takes its name from the Japanese name for the bamboo mat, makisu. They are typically wrapped in seaweed or other ingredients like soy paper, a thin omelette, perilla leaves or cucumber. The variety with seaweed wrapping and a single filling of cucumber or tuna is called hosomaki. Another seaweed-wrapped variety with multiple, complementary fillings is called futomaki. Other modern varieties are tune maki and salmon maki, with the fillings as suggested by the names.

Inari: Inari is typically made of fried tofu or beancurd pockets with sushi rice filling. It is named after the Shinto god Inari, who it is believed is fond of fried tofu. The beancurd pockets may also contain other condiments and toppings, or they can be eaten plain.

Sashimi: Sashimi consists of very thinly sliced, very fresh seafood served with a garnish such as Asian white daikon or radish, perilla leaves etc. It is typically served with a dipping sauce that is made of soy sauce, wasabi paste and other condiments like ginger. It’s also possible to order sashimi platters combined with nigiri sushi.

Western-Style Sushi: With the increasing popularity of sushi in the western world, there are variations in sushi with ingredients typically found in the west but not in Japan. These include the California roll, which usually contains a crab stick, avocado, tobiko and cucumber. This roll can also be made in the style of uramaki, which is rice on the outside and seaweed on the inside. Other variations can include mayo, prawns, salmon and other vegetables.

Health Benefits of Sushi
Scientists believe sushi is one of the reasons the Japanese are some of the healthiest people on the planet. A sushi diet typically contains 30 percent fat, compared with 40 percent of that in the Western world. Most of these fats are of the polyunsaturated variety.

A regular diet of sushi is known to keep the rate of heart diseases in Japan among the lowest in the world. Latest research has suggested that even smokers may be protected from lung cancer by including sushi more regularly in their diet. Raw fish contains circulation improving omega-3 fatty acids. Rice in sushi provides plenty of protein and energy. It can treat digestive disorders and even relieve diarrhea. Wasabi cleanses the palate, but it also may contain a chemical compound that can help to prevent tooth decay. Seaweed or nori has concentrated amounts of minerals like calcium, copper, iodine, magnesium and iodine. The condiment ginger aids digestion and may have therapeutic effects.

If you’re looking for suppliers of sushi platters, Moorabbin locals will direct you to Pop Asia Cafe, with its variety of sushi items for business and personal catering. Contact them and choose from traditional Asian varieties, western-style preparations and other items at affordable prices.

Ever-FIT Sessions – comparison with Crossfit

So what’s the difference between a crossfit WOD and an Ever-FIT session? Short answer….. Not much

As you would know every gym, personal training studio and crossfit box has their unique way of doing things. At the SB Ever-FIT Transformation Hub we are no different. So we all know what a Crossfit WOD is, if not Google it. But how does an Ever-FIT session differ to a ‘traditional’ Cross Fit WoD?

At SB Ever-FIT a WoD/Ever-FIT session will normally go for a minimum of 30min plus 10-15min of technique/instruction, this could include 2-3 workouts/AMRAP’s within the one 45min to 1 hour session. Also due to the size of the Coorparoo SB Ever-FIT Transformation Hub and available equipment Ever-FIT sessions do not or very rarely run in waves, therefore all participants will get a full workout for the entire session and not have to ‘wait’ for their turn or count a partners reps.

Also Ever-FIT sessions are scaled to the point where only those who have completed the 8 hour foundation course and indicate they are competent in the fundamental lifting movements i.e. the Clean and Jerk, Snatch, Deadlift etc can attempt the higher/advanced movements. The foundation course is run monthly.

The Crossfit style of training is a great way to approach fitness, it sometimes gets a bad rap and this is not due to any fault of Crossfit, however it is the ‘coach’ or box that is to be blamed. Just like any fitness or personal training centre there is the good, the great and the bad.

The video is an example of an Everfit session. This session took place with 37 attendees and 10 new attendees who have never exercised before. The session was scaled and allowed for all fitness levels although there was still a need to improve the technique with the inexperienced/new participants.

How Dating Sites are gaining success within a niche market

There are 7 billion people living on Earth. With all of this variety available it makes you wonder why there are so many singletons out there.

Maybe it’s because we live in a fast paced society where people are too busy to partner up or acknowledge it as a significant pursuit in their lives. Technology combined with evolution has created a unique breed of people and we do not all share the same commonalities like the good old days.

Today’s Online Dating has comprised itself into an easy access platform for a person to find their soulmate with the click of a button. It is currently a $2 billion dollar per year industry, with over 1500 dating sites internationally and brags to been liable for around 280,000 marriages as a result of people hooking up. In Australia, statistically 1 in 10 has found love online and 1 in 6 of those people was between the ages 35-44.

There is no doubt the popularity of the ‘General’ online dating websites out there have had huge success with the following of members on their sites. Some international sites proudly promote unbelieveable numbers of 30 million plus. As majority of sites offer a free sign up it is not quite clear on how many of those 30 million are paying subscriptions, never the less these platforms are connecting a lot of people with each other.

Over time in this industry I think people have gotten tired and confused in the ‘General’ online dating websites. Wasting time on useless dialogue and pointless chatting only to discover there is not much in common with the other party. Some might say you need to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince.

Niche online dating websites have come on to the scene thick and strong. Obviously someone noticed a need and leaped at the opportunity to connect people within a niche market. To narrow the playing field, so to speak. People bond best when they have something alike. Beliefs, hobbies, race, sexual preference or lifestyle choice can class people to meet other [compatible~accordant} singles.

Scientists have conducted studies to find out if in fact like-minded people or constrasting people make the more suitable couple. It was discovered that people with corresponding temperaments and world views were more likely to appreciate success and have conflict free marriages than the opposite couples. It is also put forward that people with similar interests were
more likely to meet up in person off the sites.

The niche dating sites available are limitless, probably if you can think it, there has been one formed. From Gay to Pet lovers, Christian groups and other religious followings, Asian, Interracial, Vegetarians, Farmers, Cheaters, Beautiful people (ugly people need not apply), Punks, Seniors, Cougars, Sugar Daddies, Military, Single parents, Tall people, big people and even small people. I even managed to stumble upon a site for inmates, geeks and people who like to dance.

There is no doubt catering to a specific audience could be a very effective market. It sounds like a fun experience to set foot in a world where everyone shares the same ideals. Everybody deserves love, why not find it with someone you like?

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Shrink Wrap Film – Presentsation Counts

Manufacturers across the divide continue to produce quality products. We are all too familiar, with the attractive transparent packaging of toys, imported fruits, clothes, pens amongst other things. Unlike the previous times, customers can still have a glimpse into their prospective purchases, carefully examining them without necessarily compromising their state or quality (food).

It is of note that, both polymers are ideal for different packaging purposes. The choice of shrink film is determined by the product, budget and level of technology the producer in question has.

The undeniable fact is, packaging being the cornerstone of branding and advertising can be responsible for high sales volume or the reverse. Manufacturers and producers alike are today faced with the tough task of choosing the ideal packaging material. In the end the functionality of the shrink wrap can only be determined by the manufactures and producers.

It is as a result of these demands that the skrink wrap film was developed. In the formative years; we were all accustomed to the brown paper bags which had our tree population on the decline. Subsequent move to the opaque store-name-christened polythene was a further disservice. Then came the perfect solution to all these problems, the shrink film.Initially, the shrink film was exclusively made from PVC (Polyvinylchloride).This is a plastic polymer (third most used plastic in the world) that had the capability of sealing products with a thin layer of plastic sheet. These sheets were often transparent to allow the customer have a view of the product.

The sheet would be wrapped over the product and passed over a heat tunnel or a heat gun. Normally, the length or circumference of the product would be measured, 10% of this value would be added then the sum is divided by two, this would give the size of PVC shrink wrapping to be used. PVC has the ability to shrink by 40% percent giving the packaging a tight grip of the product.

However, with time it was noticed that PVC could release small amounts of hydrogen chloride giving the products a characteristic smell in addition to poisoning. The sealers also would have small carbon deposits. The presence of a plasticizer in PVC had the drawback of hardening and shrinkage during cold weather and extreme stetching with subsequent temperature increases.

These drawbacks meant a suitable shrink film devoid of a plasticizer be developed. Polyolefin was found to have the packaging abilities of PVC but lacked the setbacks that faced the latter. It became a preferred choice of packaging. Offering a stronger seal and fewer odours. Its lack of plasticizer meant no physical changes to the shrink film. It would become the perfect storage solution; all weather .Lack of chlorine in its polymer meant no hydrogen chloride previously characteristic of PVC. Visit http://www.redblade.com.au/shrink-wrap-plastic-films.html for info about film options.

However, while its predecessor PVC enjoys machine compatibility and low cost purchases, polyolefin is the opposite, it remains relatively expensive and hard to use alongside machines.PVC on the other hand remains a suitable choice for manufacturers who don’t deal with edible products. Owing to its cheap price and machine compatibility it is a manufacturers darling.