Leila Nosrati from Master Toy Advisors on the three things she looks for in every product and why some industry secrets should never be kept
Leila Nosrati sees ideas – as they are now, and as her clients might sell them. Here she tells us the three things she looks for in every product – and why some industry secrets should never be kept…
“As a dynamic company with lots of experience in toy industry, we have to be in constant search for new concepts that could be suitable for our portfolio,” said Entertoyment’s Ogeday Samatli.
TinkerTini’s Kate Soanes looks at how a passion for Roller Derby and tabletop games paved the way for the firm’s latest innovation aimed at helping games companies better leverage the inventor community.
Since Interplay UK is driven by teamwork, it’s only appropriate that we caught up with Product Development Manager Warren Jacobs AND Lead Product Designer Tammy Southgate.
We caught up with Jeremy to learn more about his approach to design, and why he feels the toy designer scene has had a huge influence on the mass market toy space in recent years.
Trend Bible’s Joanna Feeley takes a look at how design directors and managers can prepare to move from crisis to recovery, and prepare for their post-pandemic consumer.
Spirit Halloween’s Carlos Mendoza on how a passion for illustration paved the way for a career in toy design
We caught up with Carlos to learn more about how he started out in the industry, and why a background in illustration proved invaluable when it came to toy design.
Why grabbing attention isn’t enough: toy photographer and storyteller Mitchel Wu on his creative process
Capturing stunning photos of toys, Mitchel Wu tells incredible stories in a single shot. We spoke with Mitch to find out what makes an engaging story, how he has ideas… And why grabbing attention isn’t enough.