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E-commerce platform Ochre announces official launch
Dan Minchom, Managing Director, Ochre said: “It’s a very exciting time for all involved at Ochre. “This global launch is the culmination of years of development of technology and builds upon the experience and understanding of music retail and customer experience that our teams have perfected over many years. “At a time when direct-to-fan retail is evolving quickly we are helping our clients by running stores for them, or by allowing them to pick from a flexible suite of services ranging from technology solutions to warehousing and logistics”
dd  mi  ochre 
may 2019 by motiveunknown
Announcing the launch of Ochre, our longform visual storytelling blog
Storybench and Northeastern’s Media Innovation program are proud to announce that we’re launching a new longform visual storytelling site. Today, Ochre passes from its previous owners Blue Chalk Media, a digital media company based in Brooklyn, to the Media Innovation program, a new graduate program in digital journalism at Northeastern University.
ddj  djl  digital  storytelling  interactive  narrative  ochre  longform  visual  journalism 
february 2016 by winnydejong
Storybench and Northeastern announce Ochre, a new site to showcase and study visual storytelling
Storybench and Northeastern University’s Media Innovation program yesterday announced the launch of Ochre, a site dedicated exclusively to showcasing longform visual storytelling.
visual  storytelling  ddj  djl  longreads  journalism  ochre 
february 2016 by winnydejong
Ochre, Burnt Orange, Rust, and Camel It’s easy to wear...
Ochre, Burnt Orange, Rust, and Camel

It’s easy to wear color in the summer, but it takes a bit of thinking to do it in the fall. One way is to start with a foundation of your basic blues, browns, and grays, and then add one item from a non-traditional, but still autumnal, color. Racing green, burgundy, and eggplant can all be good. For example, a white oxford-cloth button-down shirt, navy sport coat, pair of grey trousers, and dark brown shoes would all look great with a racing green v-neck sweater. 

Some of my favorite autumnal colors, however, are in this muddy, orangish range that includes ochre, burnt orange, rust, and camel. I particularly like it in casual trousers such as chinos or corduroys. As you can see above, you can wear them with cream or charcoal colored sweaters, but I’ve also found that they work just as great with white button-up shirts and mid-grey sport coats.

If you already have your standard khakis chinos and dark brown corduroys, and you’re looking to incorporate some more color into your fall wardrobe, pants in this kind of muddy, orangish color can be a good place to start.
Camel  Colors  Fall  Ochre  Orange  Pants  Rust  Burnt_Orange  from google
october 2011 by simberman
Ochre, Burnt Orange, Rust, and Camel It’s easy to wear...
Ochre, Burnt Orange, Rust, and Camel

It’s easy to wear color in the summer, but it takes a bit of thinking to do it in the fall. One way is to start with a foundation of your basic blues, browns, and grays, and then add one item from a non-traditional, but still autumnal, color. Racing green, burgundy, and eggplant can all be good. For example, a white oxford-cloth button-down shirt, navy sport coat, pair of grey trousers, and dark brown shoes would all look great with a racing green v-neck sweater. 

Some of my favorite autumnal colors, however, are in this muddy, orangish range that includes ochre, burnt orange, rust, and camel. I particularly like it in casual trousers such as chinos or corduroys. As you can see above, you can wear them with cream or charcoal colored sweaters, but I’ve also found that they work just as great with white button-up shirts and mid-grey sport coats.

If you already have your standard khakis chinos and dark brown corduroys, and you’re looking to incorporate some more color into your fall wardrobe, pants in this kind of muddy, orangish color can be a good place to start.
Camel  Colors  Fall  Ochre  Orange  Pants  Rust  Burnt_Orange  from google
october 2011 by sfarrar

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