“Ideas can and do change the world,” says historian Rutger Bregman, sharing his case for a provocative one: guaranteed basic income. Learn more about the idea’s 500-year history and a forgotten modern experiment where it actually worked — and imagine how much energy and talent we would unleash if we got rid of poverty once and for all.
Over 100 linguists are currently beavering away at Babbel HQ to develop the best language-learning app ever. Over one million active subscribers are already convinced. So who are these people and what are they doing so right?
If you are interested in languages, this article in Babbel Magazine is worth a read!
A quick update on an interesting design project I have been working on: to design an logo identity and related launch comms for the University of Oxford’s new BioEscalator project.
The BioEscalator is a new initiative to create a hub for the commercialisation of bioscience and medical research and innovation in Oxford. The aim is to help more innovative ideas move out of the lab and into the clinic and in doing so to realise the potential of the world-class research and expertise in Oxford.
The purpose-built site now seems to be shooting out of the ground. Website etc to follow soon. Shame that when I took these pix at Old Road Campus the weather decided to be autumnal…
You get a really good idea. That’s the first step. But we all get good ideas — how do we turn them into reality? That’s where Shipping comes in. That’s what Seth Godin calls it: getting it out the door. But, he says, our Lizard Brains conspire to keep us from shipping. Watch the whole drama from a 99 Percent conference held by Behance.
Latest brand work for BioEscalator fresh from press. Will visit site next week to take pix of hoardings being put up.