Happy Easter 2010 from Vouliagmeni Greek Easter is quite something! From meditation to fireworks, Easter represents it all. From Vouliagmeni we wish you a very Happy Easter 2010. Yorgo & Family PS: More about this year’s Easter in Vouliagmeni later.
Logo Design Study for Zo Nicholas Here below some images from a first logo design session with Zo Nicholas; the purpose is to create a logo which can be applied online as well as on printed matters. The following images represent the first 20 output shots. More to come.
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Web Design Colors and Culture
Beyond personal preferences, colors need to be selected in function of the target audience of a web site. Market assessment will imply cultural elements which will [...]… Read more →
Social Network Publishing Seminar by Ycademy Social Network Publishing is about delivering content to social network environments. The issue is about creating a controlled and organized stream of content (including commercial content) into social networks, to apply metrics to measure the performance and most importantly to drive the stream back, out of the social network… Read more →
Social Network Publishing Our experiment with Google Top 10 and The Diamond of Sancy demonstrate how viral effects are achieved with Social Network Publishing and traditional Online Publishing. The Diamond of Sancy The story started with The Diamond of Sancy, an article by Laetitia Paris on Zoom Terre powered by YORGOO Press. This article has… Read more →
New Acropolis Museum Opening hits Google Yesterday we published two posts about the New Acropolis Museum. Besides the informative content we had two goals: 1. To test Google’s semantics 2. To compete with the Big News Agencies For an online Publisher, the big question is: what and how does Google index and list and how… Read more →
Acropolis Museum Opening Thoughts After the Walkthrough and still in admiration of the achievements of the ancient Greeks you automatically wonder about the empty spaces and copies exposed on the third floor where the Parthenon Marbles are exposed. British Colonial Barbarism When in the 19th century the British Colonial power controlled Athens, many crimes were… Read more →
Acropolis Museum Walk Through Courtesy The Acropolis Museum Ground Floor After crossing the ground floor lobby towards the turn styles of the Museum, the first collection lies before the visitor. An ascending, wide glass-floored gallery presents finds from the slopes of the Acropolis. On the left hand side, finds from some of the key sanctuaries… Read more →