I have developed a simple, manual process in hopes of increasing your email revenue using your MailChimp email campaigns. This process uses simple statistics to help you optimize your email scheduling and increase your Revenue. Before you begin, you will need to have at least 6 months of data using MailChimp for your eCommerce website.... Continue Reading →
I made a short documentary for a video class assignment in 2011 at SUNY Old Westbury. I enjoy hiking then and still do now. I picked the Muttontown Preserve because it is one of my favorite Long Island hiking spots. This was my first attempt at making a documentary.
Give your small business, band, or blog a unique icon used to communicate your brand across language barriers. A well-designed logo makes this possible. Make your brand stand out and recognizable with my logo design services.
The following process described will not necessarily be 100% accurate as paper consumption varies year-round especially for seasonal businesses. For more accurate results, track paper consumption for a year (as described below).
The above graphic* is a good visual of the main difference between vector & raster. Raster images are what you naturally get with photos with file extensions such as JPG, PNG, TIFF. Vector file extensions include EPS, PDF**, and AI. Vector - created with mathematic equations by an app, independent from resolution. In other words,... Continue Reading →
Behind the scenes look of my process in product photography, i.e. how I turn a 1-tier PDQ Display into a 2-tier PDQ Display: In graphic design and photography, the process of combining more than one photo or graphic into a single image is called "photo compositing." A company may need a multiple-tier PDQ display composited from... Continue Reading →
Please note: This infographic was designed & calculated by me, Marc Forman, and is for educational purposes only. I do not endorse speeding on any level. #SpeedingNotWorthIt
I wanted the angle formed by the tops of the front and back panels to be consistent between (2) different PDQ displays. If I was given an angle of 50 degrees and only (3) dimensions of the displays; I would need to calculate each display's Front Panel Height (FPH) in order for them to match the... Continue Reading →