Inspired by Disney Plus series The Imagineering Story, Heayes Design’s Richard Heayes looks at why sometimes the most important element of a toy or game is actually the white space in-between all the eye-catching gizmos.
Having both pitched concepts and been pitched to, Kids Brand Insight’s Steve Reece shares his thoughts on what inventor relations execs should remember when receiving pitches.
Pumpkin Projects’ Valeria Miglioli looks at how the coronavirus crisis is providing inventors with an opportunity to assess what is truly important, from both a family and toy design perspective.
Heayes Design’s Richard Heayes shines a spotlight on the importance of ideas management, and why the old saying, “If you love something, let it go” is especially apt when it comes to ideation.
Having encountered “Not Invented Here Syndrome” throughout a career in inventor relations, TinkerTini’s Trina McFarland digs under the surface of this decision-making process; unpicking the complex set of emotions and behaviour behind it