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Chaos and why our lives depend on it

Chaos and why our lives depend on it

Human beings have a desire to control, to order the chaos that surrounds us. But could chaos actually hold the secrets of success?

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Lessons in white space

Lessons in white space

Going beyond the gallery walls,  we look into those turning white space on its head…

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Suzie, Cyril and the Romans explore language

Suzie, Cyril and the Romans explore language

What trying to master Cyrillic can teach us about language…

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Patchwork Feeding

Patchwork Feeding

I’ve recently been helping proofread The Challenger’s Almanac, a bold and beautiful new book that brings together some of the most inspiring, creative and daring voices from across the business world to show how, if you swim against the tide and think the unthinkable, business really can be a force for good. Needless to say, […]

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I’ve got one word for you…

I've got one word for you...

Is it possible to describe an experience in one perfect, single word? The gauntlet had been thrown down…

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Three is the magic number…

Three is the magic number...

Nominated for three of our projects  – why thank you Media Innovation Awards…

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Creating content: seven timeless tips

Creating content: seven timeless tips

Formats come and go, but the rules of communication will live forever.

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Cockles and zombies – turning reading and running into Feeding

Cockles and zombies – turning reading and running into Feeding

How a magazine, a pair of trainers and dumb ways to die can get the cogs whirring…

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“You wanted to name him Salt”: creating content that connects

"You wanted to name him Salt": creating content that connects

“Copywriting is an art. Invest in your editors. Emotional incidentals make for great writing.” These and other gems from The Content Marketing Show…

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A foodie feed

A foodie feed

What the limitation of food miles can teach us about the constraints of creativity…

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Be remarkable

Be remarkable

A day at David Hieatt’s – Do Lectures founder – provides some food for thought (and tummies)

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Ansel Adams and the art of description

Ansel Adams and the art of description

The National Maritime Museum shines a light on one of photography’s great storytellers….

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Rules to write by

Rules to write by

Elmore Leonard’s here to make us all better writers. Just follow the rules…

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Theatre versus TV… from Black Mirror to Blackpool

Theatre versus TV… from Black Mirror to Blackpool

From screen to stage, how the medium informs the storytelling…

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Lightbulb moment

Lightbulb moment

James Webb Young helps shed light on the mystery of coming up with ideas

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Kick out your autopilot

Kick out your autopilot

Can looking again at what you already know give you a fresh perspective?

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True Vision: notes from two days of inspiration

Small Business Saturday

“I don’t like ads that say ‘If you drink our rum you’re going to be sexy’… I hate that artifice between the brand and the reality. It has to be real, honest.” Dan Germain, head of creative at Innocent, is telling a captivated audience at the annual Vision conference in Bristol about the power of […]

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Film: How I Think

How I Think still

There’s something about pedalling. For me, it doesn’t just turn the wheels on my bike; it gets those cranial cogs turning too. I can sit at my desk, or stare at a notepad, for hours, trying to muster all my creative forces to generate a new idea… But if I get on my bike and […]

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A dreaded ‘no’ day

A dreaded 'no' day

Why no isn’t really no, when it comes to writing…

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Anecdotes and innovators: part I

Anecdotes and innovators: part I

Going off book – what a 13 year-old chess master can teach us about creativity…

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Anecdotes and innovators: part II

Anecdotes and innovators: part II

Turn into the tailspin – what we can all learn from flying pioneer Lincoln Beachey…

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A cocktail of ideas

A cocktail of ideas

Webb Young, Hemingway and papayas. What cocktails can teach us about producing ideas…

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