Mojo Nation 100 Series

Si digital sponsors Independent Creatives category for Mojo Nation 100: 2021 Edition

“Being an agency that brings innovative digital solutions to life, it’s great to be able to support an initiative that celebrates creativity,” said Steve Piper, Founder of Si digital.

Only a few weeks left to get your nominations in for Mojo Nation 100: 2021 Edition

You only have only Monday December 7th to get your nominations in for the 2021 Edition of the Mojo Nation 100.

Nominations now open for Mojo Nation 100: 2021 Edition

The deadline to send in your nominations is Monday, December 7th.

Patience is a Virtue

Play futurist Yesim Kunter questions why some toy companies still don’t have patience when it comes to the design process, and looks at the impact that rushed ideation can have…

Read the Mojo Nation 100 online now

The Mojo Nation 100 is a listing of the most influential figures currently working in the world of toy and game design who have excelled over the last 12 months.

Mojo Nation 100 returns for 2020 Edition; nominations now open

The Mojo Nation 100 2020 Edition launches at UK Toy Fair, as well as having a presence at the UK Inventors’ Dinner, Spielwarenmesse and US Toy Fair.

Dice Hospital co-designer Mike Nudd on the welcoming nature of the board game community

We caught up with Nudd to find out more about his history in the tabletop space and why it’s such a rewarding industry to be a part of.

Character Options’ Jon Elliott on the new product categories driving innovation in the toy space

We caught up with Character’s R&D operations manager to discuss his start in the world of toy design, and how he assesses the state of creativity in the industry at present.

Gizmos designer Phil Walker-Harding on the openness and approachability of the tabletop space

We caught up with Walker-Harding to find out how he got his start in game design, and how self-imposed design challenges help fuel his creativity.

Adam Borton on why toy design is one of the most challenging areas a product designer can tackle

We caught up with Borton to find out how he got his start in toy design, and why it remains one of the most rewarding – and challenging – spaces for a product designer to ply their trade.

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