Skip the hype cycle, recognise your biases and default position as well as other’s biases and default positions to look at problems in context of their changing conditions. This is the overriding message of The Heretics Guide to ManagementÂ by Paul Culmsee and Kailash Awati. This book was recommended to me by a sage and savvy […]
Ethnography for Marketers: A Guide to Consumer Immersion was recommended to me in 2007, I finally got round to reading it in 2010 and the other day I revisited the copious notes I took. This is a book about ethnography, research, projects and design. But why write a blog post that is a book review? […]
I always have an eye out for articles that comment on the effects of the internet age on the world. I was pointed to this thoughtful video of Canadian author Margaret Atwood speaking at an O’Reilly conference on the future of books in the e-age. She gives a historical perspective on the publishing industry as […]
My most recent book PL8s is a collection of car number plates. It’s my second attempt at the book, after changing the cover design, and accounting for some issues experienced on my first go. Why number plates? For the hell of it and because I love making collections and lists of things. I also think […]
I made some page size graphics that show each Blurb book size on an A3 page to help me plan some book designs. There are 7 images in total. Check them out on Flickr for your reference.
I received my second book made by Blurb in the post the other day. ThisÂ was the first book I had made that was a black and white text, 5″ x 8″ paperback. IÂ ordered one hard cover with dust jacket and a couple of paperbacks.Â I was well impressed by the paper quality and the binding. The […]