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TECHNICAL TERMINOLOGY EMPLOYED IN THE STANDARDIZATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES = GLOSSAIRE DE LA TERMINOLOGIE EMPLOYEE DANS LA NORMALISATION DES NOMS GEOGRAPHIQUES = GLOSARIO DE LA TERMINOLOGIA USADA EN LA NORMALIZACION DE NOMBRES GEOGRAFICOS
See: name, conventional. 26 descriptive term 27 designation designation designaci6n o6o3Ha'tleHHe po.Qa o6'beKTa /IC"ii u ~~~ -- ;;: ,. 28 designatory term 29 diacritical mark -21J- See: term, descriptive. (...) ; ; · ·.J I J; li.J ~I J~ ~ L,.,...., ;,_,,.......; "' t. o~ 63 grapheme grapheme grafema 64 graphic form 65 graphic symbol -38- A graphic symbol or combination of graphic symbols, cited within the context of a particular language, which represents a particular phonological and/or morphological item or items with consistency. (...) J ~,· .;~· See: form, graphic. See: symbol, graphic. 66 hydrographic fe~ture 67 hydronym hydronyme hidr6nimo r~pOHHM 68 ideogram ideogramme ideograma ~eorpaMMa -... _ __.to.· iyJ .)--.J -39- See: feature, hydrographique.
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Score: 931585.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...open&DS=ST/CS/SER.F/330&Lang=E
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PROPOSAL FOR AMENDMENTS TO THE DRAFT GTR ON IDENTIFICATION OF HAND CONTROLS, TELL-TALES AND INDICATORS / TRANSMITTED BY THE EXPERT FROM THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Specifically, the proposal is intended to reduce distractions resulting from an error in control selection or inconsistency in graphical representations of commands from one vehicle to another. (...) In some situations, words may be selected, instead of a graphic symbol, to designate certain controls, displays and indicators inside the vehicle. (...) A tell-tale shall emit light when the malfunction or vehicle condition it is designed to indicate occurs. It shall not emit light at any other time, except during a bulb check. 4.3.2.
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Score: 930131.25 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...RANS/WP.29/GRSG/2007/27&Lang=E
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These documents need to be designed; sometimes on a needs basis. Consequently, UNICEF requires the services of a graphic design company to layout documents which depict Caribbean realities and images. (...) Expected background and Experience: The assignment requires the following qualifications and experiences from the institution/team: A) The team leader and members should have at least an Associate Degree in graphic design or a related field. Undergraduate degree in graphic Design is preferred B) At least 5 years demonstrated experience in design and layout of documents c) Design of documents for the Caribbean region would be an asset d) Proof of company registration/incorporation Evaluation Criteria: Technical Proposal Prospective contractors should submit a technical proposal which comprises of the company’s background, experience and the range of services offered by the company. (...) Kindly ensure the subject line is denoted with the heading “LTA for design and layout of UNICEF documents”. mailto:ecaprocurements@unicef.org
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Score: 930104.2 - https://www.unicef.org/eastern...or%20design%20and%20layout.pdf
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2010 NATIONAL COMPETITIVE RECRUITMENT EXAMINATIONS / FROM THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY-GENERAL FOR HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
First-level university degrees in the following areas are acceptable for consideration by the Board for applicants under this occupational group: statistics, mathematics, economics with a specialization in statistics and/or econometrics, social sciences with a specialization in statistics and demography. Web design/development 20. Work performed within this area relates to a wide range of assignments in which web design and development services are provided to the Organization. The tasks of the occupation vary considerably depending upon the assignment and include, but are not limited to, website development, initial project requirements, wire-framing, mock-up, and UI design; website management, site taxonomy, navigation, usability; website design, graphics design and presentation, taking into account requirements of the six official languages of the United Nations and accessibility for people with disabilities; website programming, web application development and programming, including the establishment and programming of databases. (...) First-level university degrees in the following areas are acceptable for consideration by the Board for applicants under this occupational group: web design and programming, or other relevant fields, such as computer information systems, graphic arts and public information, provided that the applicant can demonstrate at least three years of experience in web design/production (working with software programmers in a multilingual web-application environment) and developing websites in multiple browsers; creating and manipulating existing and original graphic design elements for client websites using design programmes and various programming languages; maintaining and updating content and graphics on existing websites; laying out HTML/ASP web pages with a database back-end; deploying websites on Apache or IIS and handling SSLs; producing comprehensive visuals to give clients conceptual and visual information that will determine the final look and feel of projects, web copywriting and editing.
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Score: 929574.3 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...t?open&DS=ST/IC/2010/21&Lang=E
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Vacancy No: INT_006_2022 (1 position available) Post Title: Video & Graphic design Organizational Unit: Knowledge Centre for Leadership and Management Duty Station: Home-based Duration: 6 months Deadline for applications: 31 March 2022 UNSSC provides a work environment that reflects the core values of integrity, professionalism and respect for diversity. (...) Terms of reference: The College is seeking an intern on video production and graphic design to assist in the development of knowledge-related products of the UNSSC KCLM. (...) The University degree must be in the area of: Illustration, Graphic Design and/or Multimedia Arts, Visual Communications, or in a related field.
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Score: 929266.8 - https://www.unssc.org/sites/de...o%20and%20Graphic%20design.pdf
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To meet this requirement, UNICEF would like to invite capable individuals, who will provide below multimedia production services: 1) Graphic Designer & Illustrators 2) Photographers 3) Videographers 4) Animators & Visualizers 5) Copywriter and web editor (social media, web-based content) II. (...) Professional work ethic, integrity, and initiative; • Knowledge of international development issues and experience working with UN agencies is an asset; • Professional certificates is an asset Additional requirements based on areas of expertise: Graphic Designers and Illustrators • Strong theoretical and practical background in graphic design, including experience in using industry level design software such as Adobe Creative Suite and CorelDraw. • Proven experience of graphic production from start to published/printed product with knowledge of printing processes (offset and digital) and colour management; • Experience in producing vector illustrations in variety of sizes, shapes and formats, ready for print and optimized for the use on digital platforms. (...) (for video recording/editing) • Good understanding of new and evolving technologies and digital platforms; • Familiarity with special effects, 3D, and compositing, motion graphic for video and titles. Animators & Visualizers • Experience in preparing animations in different industry formats (2D, 3D, etc) and creative visual content with motion effects, strong understanding of design thinking and storytelling approaches.
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Score: 928995.8 - https://www.unicef.org/tajikis...ile/Terms%20of%20reference.pdf
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EDUCATING THE PUBLIC : THE ROLE OF E-LEARNING AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION OF OFFICIAL DATA / SUBMITTED BY EUROSTAT
Furthermore, it offers the option of viewing the data from different perspectives by applying different graphical instruments, for example time series graphics, bar charts or boxplots. (...) This interactive publication offers graphics defaults which can be changed, providing access to a multitude of further user-selected graphics. (...) There exist differently designed developments stressing visual data communication.
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Score: 926468.4 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...open&DS=ECE/CES/2006/25&Lang=E
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STATUS OF ENVIRONMENT RECORD-KEEPING IN THE NEWLY INDEPENDENT STATES : CORRIGENDUM
Paragraph 92: replace by: “Graphics accompanied by analysis and interpretation are used to present material in the Tajik national report on the state of the environment.” (...) Almost all the newly independent States are short of financial resources to produce national reports and cannot increase print runs, publish their reports in more than one language or use attractive designs to improve the presentation of their material. (...) Insufficient use is made of environmental modelling and forecasting to extrapolate data during the production of reports, and of graphics and other modern techniques to present data.
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Score: 925970.7 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...EP/AC.10/2002/18/CORR.1&Lang=E
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Logo Use Guidelines and Waiver of Liability Form The logo and campaign material has been designed and developed by the Graphic Design Unit at the United Nations in New York. The Graphic Design Unit is part of the Outreach Division at the Department of Public Information. (...) For consistency, the logo must always comply with this Brand Guideline. Graphic Design Unit / OD / DPI / United Nations, New York / May 2010 International Year of Youth Brand Guidelines 05 LoGo - PRIMARY VeRTIcAL FORMAT LoGo - SecONDARY VeRTIcAL FORMAT LoGo - PRIMARY HORIzONTAL FORMAT LoGo - SecONDARY HORIzONTAL FORMAT Logo Configurations International Year of Youth Brand Guidelines 06 Graphic Design Unit / OD / DPI / United Nations, New York / May 2010 International Year of Youth Brand Guidelines 07Logo Colour Configuration LoGo 4 cOLOUR PROceSS (cMYK) LoGo BLAcK AND WHITe PROceSS LoGo - (cMYK) APPLIeD ON A BAcKGROUND / IMAGe LoGo - BLAcK AND WHITe REVERSED Graphic Design Unit / OD / DPI / United Nations, New York / May 2010 Logo Sizes & Clear Space 38 mm LoGo prImarY FormaT MINIMUM SIzE (Height not less than 49mm) LoGo SeCondarY FormaT MINIMUM SIzE (Width not less than 37mm) 49 mm Always maintain the minimum clear space around the Logo to preserve its integrity.
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Score: 925699.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/.../iyy/logo-waiver-liability.pdf
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Acting on behalf of the Dutch government, a project team of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs approached four Dutch designers and architects at the beginning of 2011 with the invitation to put together design team, to include at least one designer, one (interior) architect, and one artist. (...) The team had also explicitly taken into account factors that are of great importance in this context, such as the conventions that apply here, functionality, comfort, timelessness, calm, and safeguarding the privacy of the delegates while facilitating encounters. The Dutch design team of the North Delegates’ Lounge consisted of: Hella Jongerius/ Designer, Rem Koolhaas/OMA Architect, Irma Boom/ Graphic Designer, Gabriel Lester/ Artist and Louise Schouwenberg/ Theorist. Location (Building):  Conference Building (CB) 2nd Floor Donor Country:  Netherlands Artist or Maker:  Hella Jonherius/ Designer; Rem Koolhaas/ OMA Architect; Irma Boom/ Graphic Designer; Gabriel Lester/ Art-ist; Louise Schouwen-berg/ Theo-rist Dimensions:  20 UN Lounge Chairs, 14 UN Internet Table, 4 Polder Sofa XXL, and 83 Fauteuil Direction Lounge Chairs Donation Date:  January 1, 2012 Medium:  artifact Categories:  Architecture Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 923610.5 - https://www.un.org/ungifts/content/north-delegates-lounge
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