The article written by German Lyutajev is about current trends in Ukrainian graphic design.
Ukrainian design now is in a rather unstable state and evokes mixed judgments. Many specialists suppose that one of the problems of the professional Ukrainian design is a brake between “old” and “new” specialists. While new techniques and instruments have being come into service, most young people have to master themselves because instructors of the “old guard” are not always familiar with these techniques. In reference to quality design, the competition level there is quite low, a lack of understanding of design significance being terrific.
So if you have an interest in the graphic design you are welcome to read full article
I admit that noticed this interesting article a bit late (it is dated end of November), but later is better than never. So, Patrick Stafford from SmartCompany wrote a good, comprehencive review of group buying industry in Australia.
It’s a pretty long article that gives ABC of the group buying model and reviews the state of market in Australia, so I would recommend everybody interested in the industry to check it. Especially agreeable, that Patric cited our research (while unfortunately forget to put a link to it).
Some most interesting quotes from the article:
Spreets, JumpOnIt and Scoopon are biggest players (opinion match our research);
StartupSmart web site recently has posted an article “Is there any start-up mileage left in the group buying model?” with the reference to Altima Interactive.
The article, written by Alexandra Cain, explains the group buying model, analyzes the current state of the market and cites experts opinion, including Altima Interactive founder Alex Levashov (aka myself).