One for the coffee break. OK, it has an American bias, but it’s still a good read. Keep your wits about you!
We’ve all seen a version of it. But I hadn’t realised how widespread its creativity had become. A revealing article from the BBC.
Rummaging through a pile of neglected paperwork, I relocated the attached – a Christmas card that I received last year from Avvio, a local comma agency. It promotes charity at Christmas and I rather like it – for its copy content and its appealing, playful style. Nice and simple, and difficult not to sympathise with and act on.
I came across this lovely little site whilst perusing the Brand Republic website a couple of days ago. Designed by Albion, the Slapometer website is intended to give would-be voters a bit of back-handed fun while they watch the forthcoming live TV debates between the three main parties.
I don’t yet know who will get my vote – but I know who’ll be getting a slap. Probably all of them.
So there I was, driving to work this morning, when I saw a duck crossing the road. We all stopped to let him and his family pass. A duck zebra crossing! Very amusing, and a good deed for the day.