I work in my own study. It’s quiet and calm. I have double-glazing, a door I can shut and even a hand-built silent PC. Nothing disturbs my work except my own distractability. Brain work requires flow – a psychological state of concentration that takes 15-20 minutes to achieve and which is easily disturbed. Make some [...]
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Research is key to writing with the conviction to convince, so here are seven quick research tips to keep you and your copy well informed.
Following our first ArticulateTalk at Club Workspace Chiswick, here’s a little venue review for anyone considering a business-wisdom event of their own.
Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In is a manifesto for men and for women. It is a book about personal book about professional business. This is the Bad Language review.
Using a lovely little language tool, called the Up-Goer Five, taught me a lot about the art of keeping writing simple.
At Articulate, we believe that needless punctuation is a speed bump for readers. We’re punctuation minimalists and you should be too. Find out how to make your writing *much* easier to read.
To celebrate the launch of Articulate Training, we’re hosting a series of Articulate Talks. The first is on 6 June at 6.30 PM at Club Workspace in Chiswick, London. Prices start at a very reasonable £15 if you book in advance (or £8 for students and under-26s with the promo code ‘student’) What [...]
‘Type is power’. A lovely little stop-motion video on the history of typography.
Monica Vinader designs and sells beautiful jewellery, and its business processes are equally as stunning: Turbine is one of the cloud-powered reasons why.
Shutl is an innovative company that lets online shoppers get same-day delivery. They talked to me about how my Turbine is part of their efficiency culture.