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As a product designer, I need a tool with the flexibility of a traditional sketchbook but with the speed and versatility of a digital drawing tool. Concepts allows me to iterate faster while remaining flexible and creative.

Daniel Amara, Designer

The Beginning of Every Project

Everything is designed. Our houses and hospitals, mobile phones and websites, our video games and jetpacks… all of our ideas start as Concepts that grow over time.

Concepts (the app) is an advanced version of sketching paper, where natural tools meet vector manipulation so ideas can change and grow as you do.

Used by leading designers at:

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Concepts is powered by our next-generation hybrid vector-raster Fluid Engine — 64-bit precision with multi-threaded rendering, an infinite canvas with sharp strokes at any zoom level, and mobile from the ground up.

Built for iPad Pro + Apple Pencil

Optimized for 120Hz ProMotion displays and the ultra-low latency of Apple Pencil, Concepts is more responsive than any other drawing experience. Just like paper, only better.

No-Commitment Sketching

Make rapid iterations or explore happy accidents — Concepts is flexible to the core. Pick up anything you’ve ever drawn with a tap+hold, and copy it, measure it, change the tool or line weight or colors, or just throw it away. It’s the beauty of traditional tools with the power of vectors.

Having the ability to draw with real accuracy on the iPad using a tool like Concepts has fundamentally changed my workflow. Now both the initial sketches and the more polished products live side-by-side in the same documents, and I can go back and forth from freehand to highly technical drawings without even switching to a new document.

Timoni West, Principal Designer at Unity Technologies

Pricing Availability

It’s easy to get started with Concepts, no matter what your budget or needs.

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The free version of Concepts is a sketchbook on steroids. Infinite canvas, 16 gorgeous brushes, 5 layers, and a whole lot of creative freedom. No account or signup required - just and start sketching."

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For the casual creator to the true professional, the Essentials will grant you unbelievable power at a very low price*. Manipulate Anything, use Precision Tools and Infinite Layers, Export to both vector and high-res formats like SVG, DXF or PSD*. Other addons like Make Your Own Objects, PDF for Pros and Object Packs from our royalty-free Object Market are easily accessible from the in-app store. You’ll also get access to our exclusive Pro Community.

Optimized for powerful services like Live Asset Sharing , the Everything option also simplifies billing. Share Object Packs and Color Palettes live with your team or anyone else. Get Everything in our Object Market for fast, royalty-free creation. And enjoy the benefits of steady updates every 4-6 weeks that will not only make your work more enjoyable, but mobile to boot.

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Because we believe that all students’ voices are valuable and brilliant, 826 programs almost always end with a finished product, such as a newspaper, a book, or a film. This teaching model, known as project-based learning, encourages students to collaborate and to make creative decisions, and gives them ownership over the learning process. Working toward a goal, our students are inspired to revise, rewrite, and develop their pieces. They leave with new skills and a new-found passion for writing. To this end, we’ve published thousands of books of all shapes and sizes — ranging from chapbooks to paperbacks and hard-covers with magazines, newspapers, ‘zines, and essays in between.

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We’re proud of everything we publish at 826 Valencia, but we get particularly excited about our annual Young Authors’ Book Project. Each year, we partner with a local high school to produce ananthology of student work.Over the course of a semester, our tutors work one-on-one with the students, helping them polish their drafts to a high shine. A self-selected group of students and volunteers forms the Editorial Board, which edits each essay, comes up with the title, and co-writes an introduction.These books aresold at bookstores big and small all over the country. They’re a big source of pride for us, and for the young authors.

Read more about past volumes of the Young Authors’ Book Project , which was first published in 2003.

Between two and seventeen times a year, we publish student writing in the 826 Quarterly , a literary journal written entirely by young people. With material ranging from villanelles about water snakes to exposés on UFOs, the 826 Quarterly is easily one of the most diverse publications at 826 — or anywhere, for that matter. Reading it feels like any of the following activities: playing with a crate full of puppies, each one cuter than the last; wearing a sweater that may or may not be made out of unicorn hair; doing laundry in a washing machine that is much too small to easily fit any of your clothes. The point is that you don’t quite know how it’s going to feel. Womens Jollys Ankle Strap Sandals Gabor jtiXjN

All of the material for the 826 Quarterly comes from student authors in our programs.

Students enrolled in our After-School Tutoring Program collaborate to produce Look Closer / Mira de cerca, a bilingual chapbook of original writing published twice a year. The selected stories, poems, and essays reflect work produced at The Writing Table. Upon completing homework assignments, students visit The Writing Table and are engaged in contemplative writing exercises. With the support of Writing Table coordinators, students select their better pieces, then revise and edit their own work. Finally, these pieces are translated, published, printed, and bound in-house. Each time we release a new volume of Look Closer/Mira de cerca , our young authors celebrate by reading their pieces to fellow students, families, tutors, and teachers. All of our chapbooks are currently for sale in the Pirate Supply Store.

What this study adds

This study shows that perceived exertion during exercise may rather be a psychological construct, which is scaled using knowledge of the exercise duration, and altered by changes in affect and cognitive focus of the athlete.

In a study to measure the effect of psychological state on running economy, Williams et al 27 found that less negative affect was associated with lower V˙ o 2 for a given workload. We did not observe such an association, as affect was least affected in the 20 MIN trial (fig 2) but this trial did not produce the lowest V˙ o 2 (fig 4). However, that study used the profile of mood states scale to determine mood state of the subjects during the week before a run, whereas we used the feeling scale. Mood has been defined as a more stable measure of emotion, whereas affect is a more immediate change in emotion, 7 and the use of two different scales to assess two different constructs may account for this finding.

An interesting observation was that the V˙ o 2 during the 10 MIN trial decreased after 17 minutes, and was significantly lower in the 10 MIN trial than in the 20 MIN trial at 19 and 20 minutes (fig 4). This may indicate that subjects become more economical as the end of the second 10 minute period of the 10 MIN trial approached, because of their experience a few minutes earlier of having been deceived. If they anticipated a second deception and the possibility that they would be told to continue exercise for another 10 minutes, they might have chosen to become more economical. It is noteworthy that the 10 MIN trial essentially becomes a trial of uncertain duration after the first 10 minutes, as subjects will no longer trust the experimenter. Thus the decrease in V˙ o 2 at the end of the 10 MIN trial agrees with the suggestion that subjects adopt a more economical running strategy when the duration of exercise is unknown.

In conclusion, in this study we found that unknown exercise duration and an unexpected increase in exercise duration influenced RPE, affect, and V˙ o 2 . RPE appeared to be influenced by affect, and was not merely the result of a direct interpretation of the physiological changes occurring in different metabolic systems, as RPE increased significantly after an unexpected increase in running duration in the absence of changes in exercise intensity, V˙ o 2 , or heart rate in this trial. Further research is required to determine what specific emotions correlate with perception of effort and running economy during exercise.


Funding for this experiment was provided by the Medical Research Council of South Africa, the University of Cape Town Harry Crossley and Nellie Atkinson Staff Research Funds, Discovery Health and the National Research Foundation of South Africa through the THRIP initiative.

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