Category Archives: Guest Post

whitefox interview James Hoffmann about turning his hit coffee blog into a book

By | Author, Brand Publishing, Business, Guest Post, Insight, Interview, Self publishing, Startup, Writing | No Comments

I’d started writing online as a way to share what I was learning in the industry, and when I hit 10 years I realised that I had created hundreds of posts, and within all of it there was probably a narrative and collection of the best that would be valuable if arranged and brought together in a book. I think people read books differently to how they read online, and people wouldn’t want to navigate through hundreds of webpages – but the experience of sitting and reading would be much more enjoyable. I love books, well-made books. and the idea of creating a very limited run to mark a milestone also appealed to me.

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Working remotely – is it for everyone?

By | Freelance, Guest Post, Insight, Remote working, Travel, Writing | No Comments

If you’re a freelancer, and many of us who choose to work remotely are, then you already know the freedom of working for yourself, choosing your working hours and creating your own schedule. It might seem natural to take things one step further and take work with you to a new part of the world, or even globe-trot from place to place, but this dream scenario can have a few hidden cons as well as the obvious pros.

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Quickfire Q&A with Literary Agent Clare Conville

By | Agents, Author, Business, Editing, Entrepreneur, Guest Post, Insight, Interview, Network, Publishing & Consultancy, Writing | No Comments

Listed by the Observer as one of ‘our top 50 players in the world of books’, Clare worked as an editor at Random House before co-founding Conville & Walsh in 2000. Clare is the co-author of Dangerous Women: The Guide To Modern Life and co-curator of the Curious Arts Festival.

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Humane Typography in the Digital Age

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We are pleased to reproduce this brilliant essay on typography’s evolving significance in a digital landscape by UX designer and typography enthusiast Matej Latin. Read on for an abridged history of typography and its changing relationship with humanity. This article was originally published on Matej’s blog A Day in the Life of a Designer. Among Matej’s other ventures is Gutenberg, a web typography starter kit that brings meaning and craftsmanship to web typography. Matej is originally from Slovenia.

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