Scrapple gets reviewed. Is the mind mapping, note-taking, colour-coding replacement for paper and pen worth the digital switch? Read and find out.
Tag Archives | Words
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.
For all you notebook-fanciers out there, Papelote is bound to whet your aesthetic appetite.
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.
TED and Davos, social media and blogs. When it comes to joining the conversation, both extremes seem to assume that women still require permission to speak.
Your home page has to do an awful lot with very little space and in a very short time. So, here are 15 tips and points of view on making it work well.
When you write, you’re working for the reader. Not your boss and not yourself. This is why readability metrics can be helpful. They are a tool to get past your ego and management pressure to write badly. This article explains how they work and gives useful links to readability tools for Word, WordPress, Google, website and free text analysis.
Bad emails are not just the bane of business, but a daily drudge for everyone. Follow these 25 tips to improve your emails and everyone else’s day.