Presenting: The scale of naughtiness

Presenting: The scale of naughtiness

Our Prime Minister’s wheat field trespassing was outrageously naughty. But was it mischief? Or shenanigans? I’ve been pondering the silliness of synonyms.

I edited a report for City, University of London

Most of the work I do is confidential, so it's always nice to be involved with something public. It's so satisfying to see it's final iteration. Such lovely design work by Fabrik Brands too. mpc...

Words I love and words I love to hate (and why)

No need for a lengthy intro here. Let's get started. 1. Why I hate the word: Facilitate If you ever use this word, stop and think to yourself, 'what's wrong with help?' Helping something along is just the same as facilitating it. Help is a nice, simple word that even...

Hurrah, it’s 2017

Hurrah, it’s 2017

I've started the new year, as I always do, with a four-step process: 1. Calculate my tax bill 2. Cry myself to sleep 3. Wake up and think about how a big tax bill means it's been a good year, so I shouldn't be too down about it So here's hoping my tax bill next year...

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Matt somehow manages to combine an impressive eye for the technical details with a bucketload of creativity. But what really impresses is his ideas and research skills.
— Jude Collins, Former Project Manager at The Writer, London