Webinar: Steve Haskins, So Design

Last week we discussed the importance of caring for your brand, positively positioning your brand and creating the ideal tone of voice during this period of crisis with Steve Haskins, Creative Director at So Design.

Steve has been involved in the design industry for over 30 years both as Creative Director in some of the country’s leading agencies and industry contributor to the UK creative university scene. A passionate artist, conceptual designer and lateral thinker, his work has been exposed to a global audience across many different disciplines. Steve set up the So studio in 2000 with the desire to create a different design hub, which would steer intelligent creativity and help make a difference to businesses and organisations.

So is a team of creators, builders of brands, story tellers and problem solvers.  Over the past two decades, the So studio has built a reputation for breaking the norm by delivering creative excellence to navigate communications across diverse sectors of business; helping companies have a stronger voice in an increasingly crowded world.  A collaborative approach and a formula for creating distinct, thought provoking work, has helped brands connect with audiences, across culture and language, helping, drive commercial growth for some of the worlds best loved brands.

Watch our full webinar here:

Our webinar on Wednesday 20th at 3pm promises to be a must see for everyone currently working from home. We will be speaking with Bertie van Wyk from Herman Miller about ideas & inspiration for managing remote teams, how to practice self-care and reduce stress when working from home.  Book your place at this 45 minute free webinar here .

Bertie van Wyk is a critical thinking Workplace Specialist with a quick grasp of emerging trends and changing business processes. Through his understanding of humancentric design and workplace development, he can effectively equip organisations and individuals with the knowledge and skills to become more productive, healthy and connected in work. Bertie’s work covers the Future Of Work, Cognitive Design, Collaboration, Science Behind Happiness, Wellbeing in the Workplace and much more.

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About Alys Bryan

Alys' experience as a furniture designer, along with her in-depth marketing knowledge, makes her uniquely placed to work with the BCFA as the Editor of Design Insider and run her marketing business, Method Communications.
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