If you’ve read part one of #The50 things every creative should know, you’ll probably want to read part two. Unless you like cliffhangers?
Many years ago I thought I knew everything. To absolutely no one’s surprise it turns out I didn’t, but that didn’t stop me snorting a big fat line of Paul Arden and writing a list of 50 tips for students entering the creative industry. #The50 was the most popular post I ever published. By squeezing […]
I’ve designed many things over the years, but nothing’s made an impact quite like my growing business card. Conceived when I was a student, the card was designed to sprout alfalfa when exposed to water and sunlight. The big idea was for potential employers to keep my business card on their desk and not in […]
Many years ago I attended a fantastic lecture on information design delivered by the author and journalist Mark Ovenden. Organised to promote his book Transit Maps of the World, Ovenden presented a deep-dive into transit maps’ common infographic ancestor, Henry (also known as Harry) Beck’s 1933 map of the London Underground.
If I told you that by the end of this article you’d be a better designer would you believe me? It’s a bold statement, but I want to share with you something that totally changed my approach to design. Recently I was asked to deliver a talk on the best piece of advice I’ve ever […]