A Review of Contour Design’s Ultimate Work Station

Over 3 billion people in the world using computers with a standard keyboard setup. Contour Design has gone beyond this typical keyboard setup and introduced a revolutionary and pain free configuration called The Ultimate Work Station.

 

The Ultimate Work Station includes their signature roller mouse red, minimising impact on the fingertips. Additionally, the roller bar helps keep the user’s focus centralised, limiting undue stress created by reaching and moving that often comes from using a typical mouse. Another notable feature is the introduction of Intuitive Seven Senses Tracking Technology, which adapts to the user’s own work pace.

 

The balance keyboard works in conjunction with the roller mouse red to optimise user experience. The adjustable legs and tilt options are designed to help the user to personalise their best angle to assist in typing. It’s also wireless and incorporates power saving technology. There is no need to remember to switch it off after using. The ultimate workstation literally makes work less painful. Check it out at ContourDesign.com.

 

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NewsWatch launched in 1990 and to date has broadcast over 1000 episodes. It airs on AMC and ION networks throughout the United States. It reaches nearly 96 million households. During its 25 years, NewsWatch has reached over 700 million viewers.

 

Academy of Art University Shines in the NYFW Shows

New York Fashion Week is a regarded as the best platform for fashion display, especially in the last few years. The 21st runway showcase was stolen by the Academy of Art University and its School of Fashion with the stunning style of display. The show on September 9, 2017, witnessed at least seven works from ten graduates of the fashion school. It included two menswear, two collaborations, and five womenswear. Interestingly, the showpieces displayed the influence from mainland China to Maine coastal attire. All of the presentations from the graduates displayed a sense of uniqueness and new thoughts.

One of the prominent display was from Hailun Zhou, an MFA graduate from China, who designed an attire that is inspired by some of her photographs she had captured during a journey. She used PVC, vinyl, and fabrics to make the dress a real fusion of different materials. The outfit by Eden Slezin, another MFA graduate from the Bay Area, was a pure reflection of “life and loves” makeover for a vintage denim. Interestingly, he was using an organic denim supplied by Cone Denim, and for extra fabrics, he used recycled rubber tubes and Amour Vert. Dina Marie Lam from Los Angeles, another MFA graduate, came with countless emotions as her aunt passed away recently. She focused on conveying the feeling of transition in her product. Interestingly, she was chosen as the BCBGMAXAZRIA Super Intern at the institute.

The art university is a privately owned art school located in San Fransisco. It was established in 1929 by Richard S. Stephens, the well-known creative director of Sunset Magazine, an advertising art school.

Currently, the institute has over 12,000 students and nearly 1,500 full-time and part-time staff. With this, the Academy of Art University is considered as one of the largest design and art institute in the country.

The Institute is particular in invoking the creativity of people and shaping them in the right direction. Celebrities from fashion to Hollywood come and take their lectures to the students of the institute. Interestingly, the graduates are recruited by largest corporations around the world, including Apple, Pixar, Zynga, Nike, EA, and more.