At lunch with Gareth Kay a few months back we got into a conversation about the benefits of thinking and […]
Here in the second piece taken from our interview with Ikea’s Michael Hay, he talks about Ikea’s approach to innovation. […]
I love a good gadget. And today I fell in love with a thermostat… yes you read that right…a thermostat. Have a […]
Design conscious pharmaceutical company Help remedies launched a new online campaign yesterday, which takes a stand against the big pharmaceutical […]
I was in Cape Town last week, and a friend took me to a bar called & Union. Started by […]
Amit Gupta, founder of Photojojo NEEDS YOU! More specifically he needs some bone marrow and quickly. So he has literally […]
We’re going to be showing two pieces from the interview with Michael Hay of IKEA over the next couple of weeks – a really interesting conversation. Here’s the first...
So, you waited all year for an iPhone 5. You watched the blogs. You studied the rumours. You rooted through […]
Kernel Brewery was started in 2009 by Evin O’Riordain, a man who had no experience of beer making and learnt […]
A friend gave me this the other day, made by the wonderful idea-in-a-shop that is Hoxton Street Monster Supplies
Friend of eatbigfish, Co-Founder of On Your Feet and Challenger Associate Rob Poynton speaks at the Do Lectures.
One from the archives. Back in 2008 Helen and Liv travelled to a brewery in a small German town to […]
So you are a celebrity, you have a new book or album out, heck maybe you’re even running for Prime […]
They say the test of a civilised society is how it treats its citizens at each end of their lives: when they are children on the one hand, and when they are old on the other. And the most interesting test of a whether a company is serious about being innovative or not is of course how it treats its ideas at both ends of their lives: their creation on the one hand, and their death on the other - their failure, in other words, and the people responsible for that failure.