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Gabrovo Launches an International Graphic Design Contest | Creative Cities Network Skip to main content Languages English Français Español 中文 Toggle navigation Brand ABOUT US Themes Countries Partnerships Join Us Resources Creative Cities Network Toggle navigation Home Creative Cities What's On About us Why Creativity? (...) Annual Conferences Management documents Reporting & monitoring Use of the logo Cities Response to COVID-19 Media and Interviews Contact Join the Network Call for Applications Frequently Asked Questions COVID-19 Gabrovo Launches an International Graphic Design Contest Gabrovo Crafts and Folk Art Gabrovo Launches an International Graphic Design Contest When:  Mon, 12/17/2018 Gabrovo is a city with a rich cultural history, a guardian of traditional crafts and folk art in Bulgaria, with singular humour tradition; that have successfully contributed to the city’s development through culture. (...) Gabrovo launches a call to designers worldwide to craft a graphic symbol to represent the city as a favorable place for creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation.
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Score: 969427.6 - https://en.unesco.org/creative-cities/node/1424
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In addition, he had been Deputy Chief of the Publishing Section for only two years and thus did not meet the requirement of three years’ experience at the managerial level in printing/publishing, media or graphic design. The Respondent has not explained why the selected candidate had been awarded 50 points for experience in the preliminary evaluation of candidates (“Galaxy evaluation”), with a simple reference to the “various roles” assumed by the candidate. (...) With regard to the required work experience, the vacancy announcement stated: Work experience At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience, including at least 3 years at the managerial level, in printing/publishing, media, graphic, or related area. Experience in project or programme management, including management of contracts, budget and financial resources is required.
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Score: 968391.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-173e.pdf
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UNITED NATIONS Eco
The main objective is to design a Data Warehouse system as a software platform for IDMS. (...) One possibility is to use graphic modelling. For many reasons (mainly because specialists from the Latvian University are participating in the design of the GRADE) GRADE Modeller was chosen as a tool-set for system modelling. 3. (...) It will, of course, require regular testing and upgrading of the data in this graphic model. 32. Further collaboration with GRADE Modeller designers would be desirable in order to continue the upgrading of this graphic tool so that the current outputs are not lost and the use of technical innovations in this area are optimized.
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Score: 968363.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/1999/21&Lang=E
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ANALYSIS OF THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRANSACTION : REPORT OF THE AD HOC GROUP ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRANSACTION (ITT) MODELLING / TRANSMITTED BY THE DELEGATION OF ROMANIA
It was agreed that future documentation would be based upon modelling techniques. Item 2(a) - Graphic Modelling Language GRAPES 4. The representative of DEUPRO (SIEMENS/NIXDORF) demonstrated the graphic modelling language GRAPES. (...) GRADE supports a universal analysis and design method which produces models of organizational structures and software functions designed to provide a basis for prototyping and code generation. (...) The central feature of the integrated solution provided by GRADE is the graphic language GRAPES. GRAPES is based on a holistic approach designed to cover the entire development process in a unified form, starting with the initial planning considerations in the problem analysis phase right through to the detailed implementation strategy. 3.
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Score: 964283.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...pen&DS=TRADE/WP.4/R.996&Lang=E
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Nathan Henninger of UMU/DPADM conceptualized, organized and coordinated the Publications of the United Nations Public Administration Programme USB e-Library in collaboration with the DPI Graphics Design Unit, a Division of the United Nations Department of Public Information. The DPI GDU team, including Ziad Al-Kadri, Chief, Marko Srdanovic and Martin Samaan were all instrumental in the design, development and production of the Publications of the United Nations Public Administration Programme USB e-Library. (...) The designations "developed" and "developing" economies are intended for statistical convenience and do not necessarily imply a judgment about the stage reached by a particular country or area in the development process.
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Score: 963553.1 - https://publicadministration.u...s/content/acknowledgments.html
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GRAPHICAL SYMBOLS, SAFETY IDENTIFICATION, SIGNS, SHAPES, SYMBOLS AND COLOURS, COMPREHENSIBILITY / TRANSMITTED BY THE INTERNATIONAL STANDARDIZATION ORGANIZATION (ISO)
International Standard ISO 3864-2 was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 145, Graphical symbols, Subcommittee SC 2, Safety identification, signs, shapes, symbols and colours. (...) The use of supplementary text signs in conjunction with these safety signs may be used to increase comprehension. 2 Definitions For the purposes of this part of ISO 3864, the terms and definitions given in ISO 3864-1 and the following apply: 2.1 safety colour colour of special properties to which a safety meaning is attributed 2.2 safety shape geometric shape to which a safety meaning is attributed 2.3 safety symbol graphical symbol used together with a safety colour and safety shape to form a safety sign ISO/DIS 3864-2 2 © ISO 2001 – All rights reserved 2.4 safety sign sign which gives general safety information, obtained by a combination of a specific colour and geometric shape and which, by the addition of a graphical symbol, gives particular safety information 2.5 supplementary sign sign used together with one of the safety signs which provides supplementary information 2.6 referent subject represented by the graphical symbol 2.7 field of application context in which the use of a graphical symbol or sign to convey a message is appropriate 2.8 application format type of object on which the symbol or sign is intended to be used 2.9 image content elements of the graphical symbol or sign and their relative juxtaposition 2.10 standard image content image content as described for each referent in this standard 2.11 guide-line example selected graphical interpretation of the graphical symbol or sign which conforms to the standard image content 3 Reference indexes The following indexes are provided to facilitate the search for standardized safety symbols. (...) However, some degree of graphical modification is permitted when cultural differences or special application formats must be considered, provided comprehension of the sign is maintained.
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Score: 962321.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...AC.10/C.4/2001/30/ADD.2&Lang=E
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HANDBOOK ON GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND DIGITAL MAPPING
Glossary ...................................................................................................................................... 183 - - viii Abbreviations and acronyms ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange BMP Bitmap BPS Bits per second BUCEN United States Bureau of the Census CAD/CADD Computer-aided design/Computer-Aided Design and Drafting CCD Charge-coupled device CD-ROM Compact disk-read only memory CGM Computer graphics metafile CLA Crew leader area CMY Cyan magenta yellow CMYK Cyan, magenta, yellow and black CSDGM Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata DEM Digital elevation model DGPS Differential global positioning system DHS Demographic and Health Survey DPI Dots per inch DVD Digital video/versatile disk DXF Drawing exchange format EA Enumeration area ED Enumeration district ESRI Environmental Systems Research Institute GB Gigabyte GIF Graphics interchange file GIS Geographic information system GLONASS Global Navigation Satellite System GPS Global Positioning System HLS Hue lightness saturation HPGL Hewlett-Packard graphics language HTML Hypertext Markup Language HVS Hue value saturation ISO International Organization for Standardization JPEG Joint Photographic Experts Group LAN Local Area Network MB Megabyte NSDI National spatial data infrastructure PDF Portable document format PES Post enumeration survey RDBMS Relational database management system RGB Red, green and blue SPOT Satellite pour l'observation de la terre SQL Structured query language TCP Transmission Control Protocol TIFF Tagged image file format UPS Uninterruptable power supply UTM Universal Transverse Mercator VPF Vector product format WMF Windows metafile WWW World Wide Web Handbook on geographic information systems and digital mapping 1 I. (...) Furthermore, mapping is fundamentally a graphical application, and early computers had limited graphical output capabilities. (...) GIS and census data are employed in the design of electoral districts. • Emergency planning.
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Score: 962037.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...T/ESA/STAT/SER.F/79/ODS&Lang=E
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A MUNICIPAL INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
Standardisation of city's administrative zoning 38 SECTION 2 - DESIGN OF THE MUNICIPAL INFORMATION SYSTEM VI. DESIGN ISSUES CONSIDERED FOR THEMUNICIPAL INFORMATION SYSTEM 41 A. (...) The opportunity also arises to consider the use of a multitude of IS options in the Municipal Information System design, such as: 11 • Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), • Spreadsheets, • Digital Mapping, • Computer Aided Design (CAD), • Geographic Information Systems (GIS), • Document Management/Archiving, and • a host ofMultimedia options - graphics, video, sound, etc. (...) The conceptual framework behind the Municipal Information System design and the separation of subsystems can be stated by system database design rules, as such: l.
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Score: 959449.6 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...f/get?open&DS=LC/R.1789&Lang=E
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DATA DISSEMINATION TO A WEB-BASED AUDIENCE : MANAGING USABILITY TESTING DURING THE DEVELOPMENT CYCLE : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY U. S. BUREAU OF THE LABOR STATISTICS
Like other software engineering methodologies, usability engineering includes requirements gathering, design, implementation, and testing phases. Books and guidelines for building more useful and usable Web sites have begun to appear, and the Web community at large is beginning to accept that flashy graphics and fancy fonts do not necessarily lead to more productive visits by more satisfied users. 9. (...) There are two quite different aspects to Web design – (1) the overall site structure and navigation flow between pages, and (2) the design of each individual page. (...) V. TESTING PAGE DESIGN 17. Page design consists of formatting an individual Web page, including page content along with all graphic elements, headers, footers, and embedded links.
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Score: 957899.2 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...en&DS=CES/AC.71/2001/10&Lang=E
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LARGE PICTOGRAMS ON TRANSPORT PACKAGINGS
(b) Addition of a new provision in the Model Regulations prohibiting the display of diamond shaped graphics on packagings that may be confused with transport labels while specifically providing an exception in the case of GHS labels where two or more label elements are shown. (...) In light of the foregoing, DGAC proposes the following: (a) Amend 1.2.1 of the Model Regulations by adding the following additional definition: “GHS Label means an appropriate group (i.e., two or more) of written, printed or graphic GHS information elements concerning a hazardous product, selected as relevant to the target sector(s) applying requirements of the GHS, that is affixed to, printed on, or attached to the intermediate container of a hazardous product, or to the outside packaging of a hazardous product;” Note: hazardous product is as defined by the GHS. 2 ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2013/66 (b) Amend Chapter 5.2 of the Model Regulations by adding the following: “5.2.3 Prohibited Labelling 5.2.3.1 The display of a label specified in this chapter on a package is prohibited unless the package contains dangerous goods or dangerous goods residues posing a hazard represented by the label. 5.2.3.2 The display on a package in transport of any graphic which by its color, design, or shape may be confused with or conflict with a label described in this chapter is prohibited irrespective of whether dangerous goods are contained in the package. 5.2.3.3 The restriction in 5.2.3.2 does not apply in the case of a GHS label displaying one or more pictograms and other GHS label elements provided the pictograms are of a proportionate size to other elements on the GHS label.” (c) Amend Chapter 5.3 of the Model Regulations by adding the following: “5.3.3 Prohibited Placarding 5.3.3.1 The display of a placard specified in this chapter on a cargo transport unit is prohibited unless the cargo transport unit contains dangerous goods or dangerous goods residues posing a hazard represented by the placard. 5.3.3.2 The display on a cargo transport unit of any graphic which by its color, design, or shape may be confused with or conflict with a placard described in this chapter is prohibited irrespective of whether dangerous goods are being carried.
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Score: 957349.9 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...ST/SG/AC.10/C.3/2013/66&Lang=E
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