Complex design and instinctive simplicity

A beautiful phrase used by Andrew Cox, Lead Designer at bespoke software development house Ghyston,… Read more →

What if we said no to our customers, once in a while? (The Future Shapers)

In my latest piece for innovation thought leadership site The Future Shapers, I’ve been pondering… Read more →

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It was all going so well…..why you shouldn’t mix up your functional and promotional content

I’m writing a style guide for a client right now. Every time I write another… Read more →

Conversation #11 — Luke Mansfield, VP Innovation, PepsiCo

Conversation #11 — Luke Mansfield, VP Innovation, PepsiCo

I met Luke at the FEI Innovation Europe Conference in June, where he gave a… Read more →

Data streams to illustrate post about big data on Cecilia Unlimited blog

Small data, or just far away?

(This is a longer post – probably around 5 minutes to read, so do settle in… Read more →

Vision Bristol 2016 programme

Vision 2016 – fearless bears, super chickens and what is it about coffee?

I’ve been at Vision 2016 for the last two days – which probably explains why… Read more →

Some naive musings about trust and internet fridges - picture of a piece of cheese

Some naive musings about trust and internet fridges

It might be because Christmas has just happened, which always makes me feel slightly nauseous… Read more →

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Uber should take better care of its brand. It’s all it’s got.

Disruptive car service Uber has made quite a few headlines lately – not many of… Read more →

Maketh website

Manners maketh man – and Maketh makes…websites

A great project I’ve been lucky enough to be involved in has just gone live… Read more →

‘This graph places our brand in the belief vortex’

I’m pretty busy right now writing the first assignment for my Masters’ course, but wanted… Read more →

Weather vane - Cecilia Unlimited blog

Actions speak louder: are your messages missing the mark?

Trawling the web for statistics this week (such a fascinating life I lead….!), I stumbled… Read more →

Thinking aloud: Is David Cameron a manager, not a leader?

Thinking aloud: Is David Cameron a manager, not a leader?

I read this article by Jonathan Freedland in the Guardian a little while ago, and… Read more →