In the unpicking of innovation, we invariably find stories – of solutions for problems, of unusual alliances, of unexpected endings, of happy accidents, of tiny tweaks and seismic shifts, of trials and triumphs on every scale.
Our super-scribe Lauren is a self-confessed typography nerd. She gives us her top give typographers and her favourite examples of their work.
Our scribes know a thing or two about staying creative under pressure. That's basically the job description. But it's not just illustrators-for-hire who can't afford to let pressure get in the way of their best ideas.
Colours, in fact, have an enormous influence over our moods, behaviours and decision-making processes – far greater than words.
Getting into the flow of a routine makes it easier for your mind to shift between work mode, creative mode and any other mode you use on a daily basis, so that you can float seamlessly between each, and perform well at each task.
At Scriberia, we share American author-illustrator Mo Willems’ belief that to be an effective visual communicator, an artist must think of their audience and not of themselves.
Most of our creative meetings trigger a flood of truly daft suggestions, but each and every one of them deserves credit for playing its part in pushing us towards a creative concept we're proud of.
If writing down your shopping list isn’t enough to imprint it in your memory, we bet that drawing it is. Drawing is a great way to help you retain important information and our multi-talented scribes are living proof of this.