Remote Working or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Slack

On February 22nd, 2016, posted in: different perspective, hints and tips, learning by 2 Comments

We work remotely As many of you may know, FGW is a team of four who live and work in four different places. I’m in Sheffield, Alyson is in South London, Martha Is in South East London and Laura is in Oakland, California.  We all love where we live, are part of communities and families […]

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Once engaged emotionally we are, by nature, curious: Savage Beauty

On June 1st, 2011, posted in: different perspective, learning by 1 Comment

Last weekend, I was lucky enough to make it to the ‘Savage Beauty’ exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The exhibition is a showcase of the work of fashion designer Alexander McQueen and those that collaborated with him throughout his career. The exhibition was put together with impressive speed by The […]

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What could Museums learn from the Scrabble app?

On May 5th, 2011, posted in: different perspective, learning by

I don’t know about you but every now and then I have one of those little moments when I’m using an app where I suddenly spot the difference between the translation of a service onto mobile and a truly mobile service – you know that moment when you see just how smart someone is, how […]

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Return on Investment: Apps and Audiences

On May 3rd, 2011, posted in: different perspective by

During this economic squeeze organisations are being asked more and more to demonstrate good value. For a commercial organisation this is pretty easy – it’s a numbers game where we can simply compare the investment made to the profit generated. But as we know, in a cultural organisation ‘profit’ might be anything from more visitors […]

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