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What happens when content design crashes into the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?

  What would it be like to produce content in a total data vacuum? Picture yourself working in soundproofed blacked-out box with a computer that can only send but never receive information. You have a brief to design some content, but you haven’t been given much information about your users. You’re going to have to […]

Buzzzzt! Content is energy

Content. We hear that word all the time. But think for a minute, what does ‘content’ mean to you? The way we think about content has a profound effect on how we approach content-related problems – and how we solve them. For some, content is a commodity to be packed, packaged, displayed and (we hope) consumed. If it’s […]

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