A hassle-free day with Santander

Santander recently got in touch to tell us about their 123 current account, a new service offering cashback on council tax and bills. As we recently started Future Positive Studio, we’re interested in getting the most out of our bank accounts so we asked Santander to tell us a little more about the 123 current account and its benefits. One … Read More

Edinburgh Fonts

Fonts play an important role in shaping the identity of a city. New York Subway has its Helvetica and you can see Univers Bold Condensed all around London. Edward Johnston’s classic type, designed for the city’s underground system, is also recognisable by millions around the world. We recently started Edinburgh Fonts, an Instagram project which explores Edinburgh’s fonts used around … Read More

CreativeMornings/Edinburgh: Gerry Farrell

Gerry Farrell, former Creative Director at the Leith agency in Edinburgh and founder of Gerry Farrell INK spoke at CreativeMornings Edinburgh last month on the topic of ‘Ugly’. During his talk, Gerry shared some of the highs and lows of his creative career and challenged us to used his F.L.I.P philosophy when faced with a difficult situation. Feeling Less Immediately … Read More

Outwitting the weather with Joules

Tom Joule started British lifestyle brand Joules in 1989 designing colourful polo shirts. Throughout the years, Tom grew a customer base who appreciated the design and quality details in his clothing, and sold his products at country fairs across the UK.  But when the foot-and-mouth crisis struck in 2001, Tom lost his main selling platforms due to many of these fairs closing … Read More

CreativeMornings/Edinburgh: Ian Sharman

CreativeMornings is a free, monthly breakfast lecture series for creative communities started in NYC by Tina Roth Eisenberg aka swissmiss,. Each event is free, and consists of an inspiring 20-minute talk plus free coffee. The first CreativeMornings/Edinburgh kicked off last month with a lecture by Ian Sharman, designer and tutor at Edinburgh College of Art. Ian tackled the theme of Education, expoloring how future … Read More