It’s a commonly held view that the world is hurtling through change at a breakneck pace. That our increasingly globalised culture is being changed by technological disruption faster than our brains, bodies, business and government processes and structures can cope with. Stop. Step out of your bubble. Realise this: the pace of change is subjective.
Food waste bugs me. Food producers spend millions getting food to ‘look’ just right, often sacrificing flavour and nutrition in the process. Processing food for convenience consumes vast quantities of water and other scarce natural resources. In addition, our lack of understanding of where food really comes from and willingness to purchase food thatContinue reading “Food Waste”
This GIF is inspirational in the simple way that it demonstrates why public transport is better for the environment, and also for us as human beings undertaking a daily commute.
This is the work of a genius mind, taking London underground station names and weaving them into something akin to the Lord’s Prayer.
I mean really. Do you really know what you want?
I’ve been busy for the last 10 months working with a brilliant London based charity providing services for adults with learning disabilities, PLUS. I approached PLUS with a proposal to reposition their brand. I’ll spare you the lengthy detail – you can see what was achieved here:
To put it another way, “it’s all about the economy stupid!”.
If you have an even fleeting awareness of the world around you, you’ll have noticed the internet. Social Media and self-publishing, both internet enabled means of expression (like this blog), are changing publishing. Paywalls have been used by publishers as a means of shoring up revenues. Yet the real costs are being borne by youContinue reading “Publishing, it’s time to change”
Their death has been predicted endlessly, yet still newspapers survive and in rare cases flourish. How and why?
This infographic from Baynote tells the story about your data, social networks and how you are ultimately a target.