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Real Estate & Property Signage: What You'll Need

Property managers often have their hands full with other issues and as a result, signage can come as a last priority.  SpeedPro East Bay wants to take this stress out of the equation and help property managers get their listings seen and market them as best as they can.   267 more words

Wall Murals

Running Contacts - Taking a step back (June 2017)

Sometimes you have to go back to go forwards. In fact that happens a lot in dog training. Recently I felt Sparrow was not quite clear on the criteria I was asking for with her running contacts, so I took a step back, I reassessed and I decided to go back to groundwork. 264 more words

Agility

Straights A's

When I was 28 living in Atlanta I wrote down my goals. I read someplace that a study found that people who wrote down their goals were x percent more likely to achieve them than people who just thought and hoped. 303 more words

Interiors

5845 Scarborough, Oakland

Today we feature a particularly idiosyncratic take on the familiar A-frame form. It is overflowing with custom wood carving, leaded glass, and plenty of great 60s art nouveau revival detailing. 73 more words

Mid-Century

Summer Camp Sign Ready

It’s almost summer time and that means that camps have their sign up lists ready and are set in full gear.  Now it’s time to think about the first day and all the marketing materials you’ll need to make your summer camp a successful one. 386 more words

1 Cattle Chute, Lafayette

This intriguing asymmetrical A-Frame was designed by Albert Perata, founder of PSM Architects for his own family. Its primary shape is reminiscent of some of the Wally Reemelin homes that were built in Berkeley a decade or more earlier, but Perata’s home is significantly larger and contains a more complex assortment of spaces inside. 29 more words

Architect-Designed

Both the Fun of VR and the Insight of Data Viz (Updated)

I’m back with an update to a bar chart I made a couple months ago.   That bar chart simply took my Github language stats, graphed them in a bar chart, and then prettified the bars on the chart with a wave of timed color change. 270 more words