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Color Forecast – New Colour Trend Site

April 18, 2012

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I’ve just encountered Color Forecast, a new site that takes a mathematical approach to working out colour trends in Paris, Antwerp, and Milan.  The site appears to be free, and updates it’s forecasts on a day to day basis. It’s an interesting idea, and another way of looking at colour, but it’s dealing very much […]

Trend Prediction and Forecasting Services – 17 November

November 14, 2011

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Rachel will be running a training session this Thursday, at 2pm in the Library training room about the prediction and forecasting services available via Libraries and Learning Resources. The session will cover WGSN, Trend Union, the various journals we have,  and will also recommend some freely available online forecasting services.  There are a few places […]

Trend Tablet

May 25, 2011

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Li Edelkoort, publisher of Trend Union and Bloom magazine, has a new online social media service called Trend Tablet. The site is free and “explains how trends grow, evolve and flow; helping us to better perceive and understand they interact with our daily life, and showing the connections between edelkoort’s forecasts and a piece of […]

Training Events for Staff and Students – w/c 2nd May

May 2, 2011

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Welcome to another briefing of the week’s training events in the Boots Library – we have a new programme of training sessions starting this week.  Please sign up if you’re interested in attending.  These sessions are free, and the student events are accredited by the Student Union’s STRIDE programme. There are other events going on across […]