Derbyshire D’Links library logo

  I have become fairly well acquainted with the library staff at Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust, who are fabulous to say the least. Nothing is too much trouble and the team have been so supportive, so when the Library Manager asked me to help design the logo for the new joint venture between the clinical […]

Week’s readings

Why we eat too much and how we can stop (RSA) The content strategy of the National Trust How the SFMoMA approach story telling across all media – lovely approach and philosophy Thoughts on ‘what’s on’ listings for museum and culture websites – by Chris Unitt Tate creates ‘Recognition’, using AI to match up current photojournalism […]

This week’s readings

A look at YouTube Shakesperian vlogs, bringing the Bard to a new and younger audience. How technology has affected the views and working practice of younger artists ‘Display at your own risk’ explores issues of digital copyright of original works of art owned by institutions Mix the City from the British Council. Amazing multi-cultural sounds […]

Reading links

Here is what has interested me in the last few weeks online: A library of ‘things lets you borrow interesting stiff as well as books – looking at how public buildings can become more useful and reinventive n the 21st Century. A Kickstarter funded PC game explores grief and allows a developer to come to […]

Canvas Conference 2015 – Part 1

On the 22nd October I attended the fourth Canvas Conference, hosted by 383 Project, in the Birmingham Library. 383 describe their digital product event as: “revealing the insider stories from teams building some of the world’s most useful products & services. Over a one day conference, you’ll hear from people who are solving problems at […]