New Year’s resolutions. Often made, usually broken. But could 2015 be different? We’re hoping some of our *Neo* Year resolutions will buck the trend.
A mountain of plastic bags under the sink along with a mounting sense of environmental guilt got us thinking – was it time to cut down on our trips to the shop for tea and biscuits or time to find a new way to carry our goods?
Our highlights from Brighton’s most purposeful day out.
Adeso is one of the most impressive organisations we’ve worked with (we rebranded them back in 2012) and its founder Fatima Jibrell equally awe-inspring. Seems we’re not alone in our thinking – Fatima has just been announced as winner of the UN’s flagship environment award The Champions of the Earth. An incredible achievement for a woman doing incredible work …
How changing our reluctance to talk can benefit our own and others’ mental health.
WWF’s flagship supporter magazine ‘Action’ is something of a cornerstone of the Neo studio. We’ve worked on the design of ‘Action’ and its sister publication ‘Impact’ for the past four years and covered some incredible subjects. So it’s with some sadness that we say goodbye to our design involvement on these two magazines. It’s particularly significant …
Thoughts shared at the first Brighton Sustainability Comms meetup.
Charlie recently gave a candid talk at Dare Conference about coaching, content strategy and the role of values – watch the full video, filmed at The Barbican in London.
Neo lead strategist Emmie Spencer explores the phenomenon of the #icebucketchallenge.
Meet May – recent graduate from Central Saint Martin’s and Neo’s new intern.
Neo bookshelf – our verdict on Ruby Wax’s Sane New World.
Our #giveitback campaign journey is proving as tricky as expected, which got us thinking about social value and the way companies share it with consumers – should we, as consumers, be more vocal about what we want to know about the things we choose to buy?
If 2050 looks anything like the world set out in Jonathon Porritt’s The World We Made then we’ll be lucky humans indeed.
We’re used to doing it for other organisations, but as anyone who’s tried to apply their skills close to home will know, you can be your own worst client.
We talk to Scope about how opening up the planning process led to one of our favourite awareness campaigns of the year.
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