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  • In a previous post I referred to Muphry’s Law so I thought I’d pull together a small selection of some of the laws of the internet. As opposed to the much longer Rules of the Internet. The Laws of the Internet are really just observations of repetitive human behaviour on the internet, often written... Read More...
    14 October 2014 // 0 Comments
  • How can a PR company increase their speed to market by using a Production House? The lines are blurring between Advertising, Marketing and PR agencies and nowhere is this more obvious than who should be creating the required content. Traditionally Advertising Agencies were responsible for all content creation but this was a time when... Read More...
    08 October 2014 // 0 Comments
  • A few tips to help you perfect your CV Like any advertising and marketing company we constantly receive unsolicited emails from prospecting individuals hoping to catch a lucky break in to the industry. Whether after a full time or temporary position, or looking to gain some valuable experience as an intern, invariably the email... Read More...
    06 October 2014 // 4 Comments
  • My inbox overfloweth with weekly updates on what’s new, current and on-trend in the world of type design. Font foundries from all four-corners of the globe market themselves digitally with great gusto in attracting us creative folk to their enormous variety of characters, ligatures and numerals. It seems bewildering to me. The styles I... Read More...
    24 September 2014 // 1 Comment
  • I was enjoying a few fizzy apple pints the other evening as the sun settled over my local West12 watering hole. In the company of some friends old and new, the inescapable topic of people’s jobs came into early conversational focus. Moaning and groaning could be heard from all four corners of our wooden,... Read More...
    13 August 2014 // 1 Comment
  • There are few designers that evoke as much praise from their peers than that of the eminent Milton Glaser. Over several decades, he has been one of the most internationally renowned and highly influential figures in design. Extremely prolific, his proficiency as a practitioner spans many disciplines that include graphics, exhibitions, interiors, furniture and... Read More...
    08 July 2014 // 0 Comments
  • I’ve often been struck by the two worlds of art and design and how they relate to one another. Both artists and designers create visual compositions using a shared knowledge base. However, the divide between these two creative disciplines could not be greater. To ellaborate my point, several years back I found myself dining... Read More...
    01 July 2014 // 0 Comments
  • A recent excellent blog by Graphic Design student Matthew Lew kickstarted my own thoughts on concert ticket design. Matthew’s blog deals with the overall bad design and irrelevant information on Ticketmaster’s ticket design and his ideas on how to produce a much cleaner and efficient design. Since Matthew’s blog began attracting attention, Ticketmaster and... Read More...
    21 January 2014 // 0 Comments