Mojo Nation founder Billy Langsworthy looks at where toy and board game design sits within wider conversations around the UK’s creative industries.
Alpha’s VP of Global Product Design, Darren Lee Phillipson, takes us inside the corridors of an office designed to foster a collaborative environment and a culture of “innovation through inspiration”.
Start Licensing’s Ian Downes takes a look at how toy and game brands have become their own force in the world of licensing, and how both companies and designers should be aiming for innovation when it comes to creating ranges based on existing IP.
Heayes Design and PlayLenz founder Richard Heayes shares his thoughts on what makes for a successful tech toy, and gazes into his crystal ball at what the future of this exciting sector has to offer.
New online review platform KidsKnowBest allows children to voice their opinions on toys, games, movies, food and apps. Co-founder Joel Silverman explains why toy firms should embrace such honest feedback.
Matthew Veale, Senior Trainee Patent Attorney at Wynne-Jones IP covers what Open Innovation is and what it means for you and your intellectual property rights.
There’s more games, more players and more designers around than ever before. Games designer Brett J. Gilbert takes a look at what the explosive growth of the tabletop space means for those looking to ensure their game stands out from the crowd.
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