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Many of us want to improve our creative skills. There's tons of advice out there to help us - a never-ending avalanche of books, magazine, websites and TV programmes. This book, in the '52 Brilliant Little Ideas' series, cuts straight to the heart of the issue. The authors provide practical and inspiring advice.
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Presents a collection of 52 tips, aimed at giving inspiration, ideas and advice to the reader.About the Author:
Tim Wright trained as a journalist and editor on various magazines and newspapers, including Which Computer?, The Independent, and Sunday Times. In 1999, Tim and his creative collaborator Rob Bevan formed XPT, an award winning digital media company. Tim has been the lead writer of two BAFTA-winning interactive projects - the comedy self help disk 'MindGym' and Web & email drama 'Online Caroline', as well as co-developing & devising the lunatic Web 'holiday' 'Mount Kristos', the absurd virtual gift-giving service 'IT3C' and the BAFTA nominated science-learning Web drama, 'Planet Jemma'. Rob Bevan has nearly fifteen years' experience in development, design, programming and production of award-winning multimedia, interactive and online projects. Rob was designer for three years at The MultiMedia Corporation, formerly the BBC's original Interactive Television Unit. In 1994 Rob co-founded NoHo Digital, one of the UK's leading new media companies, where he was Creative Director for 4 years. There he developed and worked on a large variety of corporate and entertainment products, including MindGym, an ironic self-help quiz on CD-ROM, which in 1998 was the first ever BAFTA award winner for the best use of comedy in an interactive entertainment title.
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Book Description Infinite Ideas Limited, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1905940033