To our immense surprise, Santabrand Global Enterprises have asked us to refresh their *Santa* brand book. Read it here, and weep.
Archive for the ‘Party Bag’ Category
Recently, Vincent spoke about language at the Eversheds annual pensions conference.
To find out more, download his Ten top tips for making your writing clear, vivid and real.
Our Creative Director, Rhys, shows an audience of industry leaders at The National Association of Pension Funds how to ditch the language of process and get normal people involved in the conversation about their futures.
Tessa Ross: “Remind yourself of the simple idea. Everything else is the complication that gets you there.”Monday, July 8th, 2013
The BAFTA-winning film controller behind many of Britain’s most successful films talks about taking risks, representing different voices, and the importance of not trying to please everyone.
Scene & Heard make extraordinary theatre with local children from north London. We’re delighted to support their latest show. (Where can else can you see a play with two characters called ‘right sparkly tap shoe’ and a ‘tiger without fur’?!)
We made a series of videos to help regular people understand why we should all be saving for retirement. You can watch the series over at the National Association of Pension Funds’ website.
We all know the classic “Boy Meets Girl” formula. But what about “Man in Hole?” We like this handy representation of story archetypes from Maya Eilam, a graphic designer from New York. It’s inspired by Kurt Vonnegut’s theories about story structure. See more here.
English-speakers are more obliged than others to separate future events from present ones, through the tenses in our language. Does this make us less likely to save? This guy thinks so.
Politicians are increasingly switching everyone off with jargon and buzzwords. Why? The BBC has a theory.