When you want to kick start a project with several people you will need to do a bit of planning! Here are a few tried and tested ingredients for a successful project start. Review project proposal or your idea to refine what is expected and whether there are any particular skills gaps you need to plug with an additional pair […]
Developing Dreams are delighted to have won two World Exhibition Stand Awards (WESA) for Small is Beautiful, designed and built for Visit Brighton. The stand, which is an artistic rendering of Brighton’s landmarks and its principal events venues, won gold in the category ‘Best stand up to 24 square metres’ and silver in the category Best stand at a Travel and Tourism Event.
GP Laura Marshall Andrews, who founded UK’s first GP practice that integrates complementary therapies and arts programmes with GP services, calls for the NHS to embrace alternative therapies and art to tackle mental health issues.
This is our “Top 10 pix” from one of the biggest and longest running international art exhibitions that only happens every other year – the Venice Biennale 2017. Venice Biennale 2017 – top 10
Three more weeks until the end of the 57th Venice Biennale! If you haven’t been, you better hurry or you would have to wait for a couple of years until the next Biennale.
After your thing of beauty is unleashed upon the world, rather than just move straight on to the next project it is time to celebrate it. Now is a good time to sit down with the whole team and have a debrief session to talk about what worked well and what could work better.
This should ideally come as early on in the project as the brief, but as is the case with many creative project using emerging technology, you need to go through a discovery phase first.
A lot of creative projects often go down to the wire, they are complicated by their very nature and there may be huge unknowns, especially if the project balances on the ‘cutting edge’. We have gathered some useful tools to help you plan, ensure positive communication between the creators and client, how to create a timeline, and how to assess risks […]
With Brexit politics having entered homes and minds, having divided families and neighbourhoods, the benefits of multilingualism deserve some attention. If Brexit happens, then it might become harder for multilingual speakers to enter the UK whether they are clever or not.
If you listen to the mainstream media in Germany and the UK, you would think that Brexit is a done deal and definitely going ahead. Only a few question the results and the need for getting such an important decision past parliament first, where a majority is expected to block a potential move towards Brexit.