"Communication" Blogs & Blog Posts

Clarity: Simple. Transparent. Social. Sustainable.Clarity: Simple. Transparent. Social. Sustainable.

My personal passion has always been around the integration of different lea...

 
Graphic Communication Designer Adam AtkinsonGraphic Communication Designer Adam Atkinson

Explorations and Finding of Graphic Communication Designer Adam Atkinson

 
Being BetaBeing Beta

Exercises in the higher banter with One of 26. Elsewhere called 'poet ...

 
Max Atkinson's BlogMax Atkinson's Blog

Jottings about public speaking, presentation, conversation and anything els...

 
Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketersMarketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers

Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers. Tips, advice a...

 


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The benefits of saying yes to a new project are pretty obvious. It’s what a team player would say and it’s a way to demonstrate that you’re ready for new and exciting responsibilities.Read more...

Slack, the ever-popular communication tool and current darling of enterprise software, is getting a long-awaited update: threaded messaging. As the company writes in a blog post today, threaded messaging is a way to reduce clutter in ever-crowded Sla...

In the 1960s and 1970s, the US Navy researched whether they could use synthesized whale sounds for submarines to have encoded conversations across long distances underwater. Called Project COMBO, it was a fascinating attempt at biomimicry. The projec...

Repairing and replacing a damaging workplace culture is tough--largely because people form and join cultures instinctively. Neuroscientist Paul J. Zak set out to shed light on this cultural blindness by measuring the brain activity of people at work.

Children are listening. During the election, messages of hate, fear and intolerance were propagated across different media and into communities. And the messages continue. While parents view and listen to these ever-present messages, alongside them a...

Ellen DeGeneres is a lovable and wonderful human being. You can’t help but smile when you watch her. Is it her impeccable hair? Her smile? Her charisma? Those help, but it’s simpler than that: she tells funny, endearing jokes that make people in...

Bacteria may be unicellular but that doesn't mean they're complete loners. They often congregate in (relatively) large colonies, not unlike human cities. In fact, a team of researchers from the University of California, San Diego have recen...