In many ways, business jargon keeps me in business. I’m like a pest controller, brought in to exterminate added-value, fully leveraged, synergistic language.
(The app that is.) Although one day I might get round to eulogising about the he-man novelist too.
There are plenty of apps for writers out there.
Over the past year or so, we’ve been collaborating quite a bit with Proxy Ventures, an intriguing and unusual client.
They describe themselves as ‘venture capital creatives’.
We’ve penned words for all kinds of things — books, leaflets, posters, taxi sides, treasure hunts, sleeping masks, pencils, websites, biscuits, mobile phone UIs, and tubs of ice cream.
A cute little commission from our friends at Supple Studio for Happy Sleepers, a new sleep consultancy based in north London.
Here’s the cutely animated result of a short script we wrote recently to explain QuidCycle, a new ethical peer-to-peer lending programme.
Strange yet gratifying when something you’ve written pops into your email inbox unexpectedly. Here’s a little something we crafted recently for Godiva, the luxury Belgian chocolatier. Sweet.
Much of the summer of 2013 was spent working on the prospectus for Haileybury (or more properly Haileybury Imperial and Service College), a leading co-ed private school in Hertfordshire.
A small-but-satisfying job for the newly formed Supple Studio. This is the latest incarnation of the hugely talented and affable Jamie Ellul, latterly of Magpie.
On Wednesday, the totalcontent Twitter account had a new follower called Content Unlimited.