Four years ago, Jason Grigsby asked a surprisingly difficult question: How do you pick responsive image breakpoints? A year later, he had an answer: Ideally, we’d set responsive image performance budgets to achieve “sensible jumps in file size.”
Cloudinary built a tool that implements this idea, and the response from the community was universal: “Great! Now, what else can it do?” Today, we have an answer: art direction!
This chore chart allows child to be responsible for accomplishing their own list of extra chores each week. Child can pick which chore he/she wishes to do each day–knowing that all chores must be accomplished by the end of the week. Child will move chore from “need to be done” side of chore chart to “done” side when the chore is complete. This printable chore chart is designed to be printed on 8.5 x 11″ paper.
• Weekly extra chores 8.5 x 11″ printable (.pdf)
• 20 individual chores 8.5 x 11″ printable (.pdf)
INDIVIDUAL CHORES INCLUDED
• Do Laundry
• Sort Laundry
• Weeding Assignment (allows parent to designate area to be weeded)
• Clean Bathroom
• Empty Garbage’s
• Clean Out Car
• Clean Mud Room
• Mop Kitchen Floor
• Sweep Kitchen Floor
• Clean Up Playroom
• Dusting Assignment (allows parent to designate area to be dusted)
• Fold Laundry
• Vacuum Bedroom
• Put Away Laundry
• Mow the Lawn
• Vacuum Stairs
• Re-stock Toilet Paper Under Sinks
• Organize Game Closet
• Take Garbage to Curb
• Mom/Dad Assigned Chore (allows parent to assign a chore not listed that needs to be done)
Cut out only the chores you wish to use. Chart can hold up to 10 chores.
RECOMMENDED USE & SET UP
Place chart behind glass of a picture frame OR hard laminate chart. Cut out chores first and then hard laminate them leaving space as you put them through the laminator so each can be cut out. Place Velcro strips down each column for the number of chores you’d like displayed. Place Velcro on backs of each individual chore so chores can be attached to chart. Note: works best if soft side of Velcro is placed down both columns of chart and rough side of Velcro is placed on backs of individual chores.
ADDITIONAL ITEMS NEEDED
• Hard Lamination (available at any local print shop)
• Picture Frame (optional)
With the tools getting more user-friendly and affordable, virtual reality (VR) development is easier to get involved in than ever before. Our team at Clearbridge Mobile recently jumped on the opportunity to develop immersive VR content for the Samsung Gear VR, using Samsung’s 360 camera.
The result is ClearVR, a mobile application demo that enables users to explore the features, pricing, interiors and exteriors of listed vehicles. Developing this demo project gave us a better understanding of VR development for our future projects, including scaling, stereoscopic display and motion-tracking practices. This article is an introductory guide to developing for VR, with the lessons we learned along the way.
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