Transformers are used worldwide to change one electrical voltage to another: to step up the voltage or step down the voltage so that it can be safely used. Traditionally, laminated transformers have been the most widely used, but toroidals – doughnut shaped transformers made by wrapping copper windings around and through a ring-shaped core are becoming more and more popular. Below are five of the main reasons behind the recent market growth: Continue reading 5 Key Factors behind the Growth in Market for Toroidal Transformers
Organising a wedding is hard. Arranging meetings, visiting venues, finding the perfect wedding dress, choosing the flowers – the list is endless. Suddenly all of your free time is taken up with wedding preparations. Many people fail to realise the importance of choosing the right wedding photographer and as such do not make it a priority. Therefore, it’s not surprising that, when a friend or family member offers to take photos for them, the bride and groom readily accept and tick the task off their ‘to do’ list. Unfortunately, this can lead to many unhappy newlyweds. Here’s why: Continue reading Why You Should Never Rely on Friends for Your Wedding Photographs
Sometimes, in the run-up to a wedding, it can feel like everything in your life revolves around choosing the perfect venue/colour scheme/menu/seating plan for your big day. It might still be a while away, but wedding planning can be an all-consuming process. Continue reading An engagement party to remember
Last month, the Chancellor spent over an hour detailing his Autumn Statement and laying out the government’s financial plan for the period ahead. Pundits watched closely as he explained how the public’s wallets would be affected by the changes. Continue reading How Will the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement Affect Personal Finance?
If you are a regular reader of this blog probably already know its meaning: a way to communicate in which you defend your rights, you express your opinions and suggestions perform honestly and not aggressive.
Assertiveness is nothing but respects you respect for others. Say what you really think controlling the message you want to convey to not be too aggressive or brittle. Continue reading What is assertiveness?
Netball teams will be training hard for the next few months in anticipation of winning medals in the World Cup being hosted in New Zealand in August. Continue reading Wellington in New Zealand to Host Netball Indoor World Cup
Piercing any part of the body means exactly that − making a hole in the body. As this is basically an unnatural procedure, any body piercing carries risks; however, some piercings are more problematic than others. Continue reading When piercings attack: dealing with the consequences
The prototypes are an integral part of the design process, allowing the review of the basic concepts of the project at the initial stage of its development and share opinions with other equipment. Thanks to them you can easily create an interactive model of a web or mobile app, which is able to identify any deficiencies in the flow and usability design before investing too much time or money in its development. Continue reading Top 3 tools for prototyping websites and applications
The question of whether architecture is art haunts architecture universities around the world. At one end of the spectrum, architects consider themselves the very embodiment of the artist; at the other, architects will embrace their creative and problem-solving attributes, emphasising their more practical, engineering purpose. Continue reading Mixed reactions to architectural recipient of Turner Prize
There was a time when bathrooms were almost entirely overlooked in terms of aesthetics and were regarded by most homeowners as purely functional spaces. These days, that is certainly no longer the case, and the bathroom industry is awash with all manner of design trends to appeal to all tastes. Continue reading Planning Your Perfect Bathroom