Kimberley grant

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Crushing morale, killing productivity – why do offices put up with meetings?

There’s no proof that organisations benefit from the endless cycle of these charades, but they can’t stop it. We’re addicted<p>Just off to a meeting? Stop right now. Turn back. You will be stuck in an overheated room, chained to a table for an absurd length of time and stopped from proper work. Worse, …

stand solutions.

British people sit for 8.9 hours each day (on average).<p>In recent years a variety of major international research has produced compelling evidence …

Alone Together: Aristotle Roufanis' Photographic Portrayal of Global Cities

<b>Alone Together: A deep look at the loneliness of global cities as it appears during the blue hour</b><p>If you live or have ever lived in a large, global …

Marvin E. Newman’s Spellbinding “City of Lights”

Now in his 89th year, American photographer Marvin E. Newman is receiving his due as one of the finest street photographers of the twentieth century. …

Why is the UK creative industry still missing the most promising young people?

What this means is, that only those young people willing to take what seems like a risky option, and confident enough to ignore advice from parents …

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Henri Cartier-Bresson

What’s in a Name: How The Title “Art Director” Limits the Role of Design in Publishing

“So, what does an art director <i>do</i> anyway?” I get asked this more than you might imagine. And it’s always asked that way with the emphasis on <i>do</i>. As if …

Deborah Sussman: Los Angeles Design Pioneer

Deborah Sussman, June 2014 (Photographer: Jiro Schneider)<p>The death this week of Deborah Sussman, who passed away in Los Angeles at age 83, is notable …

The Woman Who Made The 1984 Olympics A Masterpiece Of Design

In one of her final interviews, the late graphic designer Deborah Sussman speaks about the project that brought her the most pride.<p>The world of environmental graphic design owes a great debt to Deborah Sussman (1931–2014), one of the industry’s first practitioners.<p>Born in Brooklyn and educated at …

Art Direction and the Web

This comment from Henning Nelms’s classic text on showmanship for the conjurer can adequately be applied to web design. Designers, programmers, and …

Art Direction and Design

Glorifying the supposed arrival of art direction on the web is one of the latest trends in interactive design. There are several galleries devoted to …

As Lebanon, Jordan, Tunisia End ‘Marry-Your-Rapist’ Laws, Where Next?

AMMAN, Jordan – When Aya* was 15, she was forced to marry the 24-year-old man who had raped her.<p>Her family agreed to the arrangement so that her …

LGBTQ

"We are visual storytellers": studio Córdova Canillas talks us through the redesign of Fucking Young! magazine

Design studio Córdova Canillas is a constant source of inspiration. We previously featured the studio for its work with <i>Fuet</i> magazine, Creatives’ Club …

Another Lens

How can you design for everyone without understanding the full picture?<p>To help examine how bias influences our worldview, Airbnb Design partnered …

Design

“Imagination doesn’t compare to our real life design history”: Annie Atkins on the art of graphic design for film

Every month, ten people descend upon a basement studio in Dublin’s historic Merrion Square. The streets are lined with grand Georgian houses and …

Holiday Magazine - Magazine

History<p>Holiday a new magazine<br>with history.<p>Between 1946 and 1977, Holiday was one of the most exciting magazines in the United States. Renowned for …

France

Creative collaboration: do many hands always make light work?

Collaboration has been having a fashion moment. It’s “the stuff of growth,” says Sir Ken Robinson, and the “defining characteristic of creativity,” …

10 of the best wild camping sites in Scotland

Scotland offers idyllic wild camping, with spaces beside some of the UK’s loveliest beaches, lochs and mountains. We pick 10 of the best from Wild Guide Scotland<p>Scotland is famous for its scenic wild places and uplifting sense of remoteness. With the exception of the recent bylaws banning wild …

10 stunning secret beaches in Scotland

The Scottish Highlands and islands are home to some of the best beaches in the UK. Kimberley Grant, author of 'Wild Guide Scotland', uncovers the …

Bleak Houses: A Guide to Scottish Bothies

<i>Richard Gaston and Kimberley Grant are the co-authors of Wild Guide Scotland: Hidden Places, Great Adventures & the Good Life (£16.99, Wild Things</i> …

New book about 'Wild Scotland' features Arran is released

A NEW book featuring the wild beauty of Arran came out this week.<p>Wild Guide to Scotland is the first guide to chart Scotland’s best wild places, …

Scotland

The ten best beaches in Scotland

David Cooper and Kimberley Grant, co-authors of the Wild Guide to Scotland, share their top ten favourite beaches

Beaches

Get off the beaten track: New guide reveals the best of wild Scotland

A NEW guide to the best wild places in Scotland launches next week, giving the low-down on the country’s hidden glens, lost ruins, untrodden peaks, …

Beaches

Writers seek out Scotland's 'wild adventures'

<b>A new book provides details of 750 "secret places" and "wild adventures" in Scotland, according to its publishers.</b><p>Wild Guide to Scotland is latest in a series of adventure travel guide books.<p>Three Scottish writers and photographers have written the book and contributed photographs.<p>Kimberley Grant …

Scotland

Wild Scotland: Secret beaches and crystal coves revealed

<b>There are hidden lochans in the heart of Scotland that rest like diamonds in a towering ring of corries.</b><p>Most of the mountain corries do not have the …

Scotland

17 beautiful images of Afghanistan by Steve McCurry

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Can travel still broaden the minds of the smartphone generation?

William Sutcliffe, the author of Are You Experienced?, laments how backpacking has changed in 20 years<p>When I travelled in my late teens and early twenties, my only communication with home was by postcard. My parents would reply with letters addressed to, for example, “Poste Restante, Kathmandu, …

5 of Britain’s most unique campsites

From the grapevine fields of Devon to the fringes of the Cairngorm mountains, here are five prime and original places to pitch your tent, while …

In Haruki Murakami’s Men Without Women, life is ‘a mystery to be experienced’

<b>Men Without Women: Stories</b> <b><br>By Haruki Murakami</b> <b><br>Translated from the Japanese by Philip Gabriel</b> <b><br>Bond Street Books</b> <b><br>240 pp. $29.95</b><p>Haruki Murakami is a master …

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