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30 Instruments to Create Your Personal Infographics

Infographics are one of the best ways to present data without making your audience yawn with boredom. There are a lot of people who have impressive data, but what they don’t know is how to…

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Prime 10 Skilled Salon Emblem Design Concepts Inspiration

Flowing hair salon logo

Hair Salon industry is also about design and well presentation. A hair salon logo does represent the image of the store and giving the first good impression to consumers. In order to stand out your professional, your hair salon logo must be clear to present and outstanding for your audience to remember your store, and come back again.

Here we have gathered some good example of hair salon logo design for inspiration.

1. Flowing Hair Salon

This is a photo of a salon logo with a beautiful woman that has flowing hair with a purple color scheme.

Designed by Alex Broekhuizen.

2. Red Head Salon

Red head salon

This is a photo of a circular salon logo featuring a red-headed woman with text underneath her.

Designed by Sentavio.

3. Scissors with Initial

Initial with scissors logo

This is a photo of a salon logo that has a pair of scissors cutting the initial ‘E’.

Designed by Luke Bott.

4. Hidden Woman

Hidden woman logo

This is a photo of a woman cloaked behind her hair with a black color scheme.

Designed by Bek.

5. Unique Salon Design

Scissors with text logo

This is a photo of a salon logo with a unique scissors and text design.

Designed by Jennet Liaw.

6. Typography Salon Logo

Typography salon logo

This is a photo of a simple, yet elegant salon logo with a typography design.

Designed by Daniel Patrick Simmons.

7. Infinity Salon

Infinity salon design

This is a photo of a white pair of scissors that include an infinity sign with a black background.

Designed by Luis Gutierrez.

8. Mirror Design

Mirror salon logo


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Igniting innovation: Connecting Thailand’s startups globally

The Google for Entrepreneurs logo at one of HUBBA’s locations in Bangkok.

Editor’s note: This post comes from Amarit Charoenphan, CEO and co-founder of HUBBA, Thailand’s first and largest coworking space and community. Today, they’re officially joining the Google for Entrepreneurs partner network.

I started out as an entrepreneur in 2012, when Bangkok was affected by serious flooding. I needed somewhere to escape to. But I realized that the coffee shops were too full and lacked a sense of community. I was inspired to co-found HUBBA to create a place where people with great ideas can collaborate.

Later that year, we opened our doors to Thailand’s first coworking space in Ekkamai. Since then, we’ve grown from a single shared office space to become a tech ecosystem builder with three locations across Bangkok and more than 20,000 engaged members and alumni. Today, I’m proud to officially join the Google for Entrepreneurs global network and become Thailand’s first GFE network hub.

As the newest member of the Google for Entrepreneurs partner network, we’re excited to give even more Thai startups access to resources to help them scale and go global. In fact, as of today, our community will have access to more than 25 member co-working spaces and Google’s six Campuses. HUBBA members will also have opportunities to participate in programs Google runs for startups, such as Google Demo Day and Google for Entrepreneurs Exchange.

From our very first day as a collaborative space, HUBBA has been home to some of Thailand’s and the world’s most innovative tinkerers, creatives and doers. With Google for Entrepreneurs’ global network, we hope to help our tribe of Thai startups become even more successful.

WordPress Plugin: Create a Customized Login Display With The Login Designer

You’ve probably created custom WordPress login screen for at least some of your clients. It sure wasn’t precisely super-easy. With the free Login Designer, you’ll be able to do this much faster from now on.

Good Idea: Adjusting the Login Screen Via Theme Customizer

The unique thing about Rich Tabor’s new WordPress plugin Login Designer is the fact that it seamlessly ties in with the WordPress Theme Customizer. This way, customizing your login screen works the same way as it already did with the theme.

I would even go as far as saying that the Login Designer allows any tard to build a nice login screen. It’s that simple. So, what can you, as a professional, get out of the tool?

How to Get the Login Designer

Download the Login Designer for free on Rich Tabor’s website ThemeBeans. Visit the linked page, and click on Free Download in the top right. This opens an overlay where you can enter an email address that Rich will send a download link to.

Shortly after, you’ll receive the according email. It contains the download link. Clicking it starts the download of the 2.6 MB zip archive with the Login Designer inside. Remember the zip’s storage location, and log into your WordPress installation.

The New Login Screen is in the Works in the Customizer. (Screenshot: Noupe)

Once you’ve arrived in the backend, switch to install > plugins. There, click on upload plugin in the top left, then click select file. Now, open Explorer, Finder, or your file tool of choice, go to the storage location, and select the archive Back in the backend, click on install now and be patient. In a short time, WordPress declares “mission accomplished”, and offers to activate the plugin, which you confirm.

By now, the Login Designer has found its way into the WordPress

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330 million web customers accelerating the expansion of Southeast Asia’s web financial system


With hundreds of millions of Southeast Asians coming online, we should pay attention to the opportunities in the region’s dynamic internet economy. In last year’s “e-Conomy 2025 Southeast Asia” report, Google and Temasek examined the incredible growth in Southeast Asia’s internet economy. It turns out that Southeast Asia’s internet economy growth has exceeded expectations. The region’s internet economy will reach $50 billion in 2017, outpacing earlier growth expectations by 35 percent. In the “e-Conomy Southeast Asia Spotlight 2017” report, we’ve found that the region is well on track to realizing a $200 billion internet economy by 2025.

Southeast Asia’s internet economy market size (in USD billions)

Here are some other striking numbers about Southeast Asia’s internet economy from the latest report:

  • 330 million internet users. With more than 70 million new internet users since 2015, Southeast Asia now has the third largest number of internet users in the world—bigger than the whole population of the United States.
  • 3.6 hours on the mobile internet every day. Southeast Asians spend more time on the mobile internet than anyone else on the planet. Thailand is top of the list with 4.2 hours per day, with Indonesia a close second at 3.9 hours per day. To compare, the U.S. spends 2 hours per day, the U.K. 1.8 hours per day, and Japan 1 hour per day on mobile internet.
  • 140 minutes shopping online every month. Southeast Asians spend almost twice as much time as Americans in e-commerce marketplaces. The region will have an $88.1 billion e-commerce market by 2025.
  • 6 million rides booked through ride-hailing platforms every day. The ride-hailing market in Southeast Asia has grown four-fold since 2015 and will be
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