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Welcome and Thank You

Posted in Uncategorized by Arcadia on October 15, 2011

I want to say thank you to all my subscribers!  I started this blog as a way for my students to keep track of what we discussed in class and now it has blossomed into something bigger, thanks to all of you.  I’m so grateful and I sincerely hope you find the information I post here informative.

Some of you have written me with questions around research papers you are doing for school, and I am more than happy to answer your questions and help in any way I can.

Thanks for reading!

Arcadia M.

 

 

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  1. graphicstudent said, on October 17, 2011 at 8:28 am

    Hi,
    I love reading all of your posts I find them really inspiring. Im in my last year at university and Im writing a dissertation on visual merchandising and wondered wether you would be able to help me out a bit :). Basically I am looking for all of the problems within visual merchandising so as I can try and argue solutions to them? I noticed that in a previous post you have mentioned about going green, is there any other problems like this that can be resolved? I’m a bit stuck I hope you can help me 🙂

  2. Arcadia said, on October 17, 2011 at 10:25 am

    Hi Graphic Student,

    Thanks for writing. I would love to help. You can either send me a list of questions you would like for me to answer, I’d even answer them in a special post so everyone can learn or do you just want me to answer the question you ask above?

    Give me a couple days as this is mid-term week here at my college, so I have a lot of tests to grade. For those outside of the US, mid-terms is an exam week that happens mid-way through the school semester.

  3. Sophie. said, on November 1, 2011 at 2:10 pm

    Hi sorry for the late reply I have been really busy..
    Im so glad you can help 🙂

    The dissertation question I have to argue is.. ‘The affects of visual merchandising; how does a three dimensional object transform to a two dimensional narrative?’

    Im just not really sure where to start
    Thank you for your time.


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