This week in #nudenotes: 15 April 2019

Kick-starting this week’s retrospective, here are some inspirational Sketch Quotes, to help you to push past that Monday feeling.

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Do you know Harrenhal from Highgarden or The Eyrie from Pyke?

To celebrate the first episode of the final series of Game of Thrones on HBO here is part one of my nudenotes on 'Game of Thrones Architecture' (mainly castles). I wonder how many will be left standing by the end of the season?

I will be posting a Game of Thrones content every Monday for the next few weeks. Stay tuned for more. 

Valar Morghulis!

 

7 Tips to Create Game-Changing Content for Your Business, inspired by a YouTube video by The Futur & Ted Sim

How do you create effective content marketing?

Although I’m not in the business of creating video content (yet!), I found these seven tips really interesting.

Since founding NSC,  I’ll definitely use and share these principles wherever I can. Hopefully these notes inspire you to do the same!

Also, remember this one thing about marketing from Seth Godin: "It is a chance to serve... Be generous in the act of helping others achieve their goals."

 

This week’s recap notes: 12 Ways Leaders Can Build a Winning Culture, Part 1

I believe that, without a strong and happy culture, you’ll never be able to create awesome design solutions.

Leaders in the business of design are key to nurturing these creative environments.

As Simon Sinek once said: "customers will never love a company until the employees love it first".

 

This week's #booknotes, part 16 of my notes on Creative Strategy and the Business of Design by Douglas Davis

What should be included in a creative brief?

This spread features the first eight questions every creative brief should answer.

As mentioned in the book:
"The brief is where the specifics of the previous chapters come together. When sitting down to write a brief, you'll need a clearly defined goal or goals, a narrowly defined target, and some insight into what the target wants".

Now, how many of your briefs have this much clarity in? Hopefully these notes will guide you in developing the best creative brief possible.

Buy Creative Strategy and the Business of Design here.

 

That was this week in nudenotes - come back next Sunday for another recap post.

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Until next time… in case I don’t see you, good afternoon, good morning and good night.

 
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