Algorithms, Code and Chance: What Makes Art Art?

What makes art art? Advances in software have made it possible to generate art forms that are unique and inspirational using chance, code, math and algorithms. 

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Performance Tips: Preparing for Success

Nervous about a presentation or speech? Louise Ashcroft's preparation tips will get you ready for any situation.

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Scribe Spotlight: Kevin

Kevin was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and is a freelance illustrator, animator and designer who has worked in a broad range of fields from film to broadcast to biotech and hi tech. He won an Emmy for his work on the CW television network and was one of the animators on the feature film A Scanner Darkly, directed by Richard Linklater and based on a novel by Philip K. Dick. He also created visual effects for Actual Films’ documentary, The Rape of Europa, chronicling the pillage of great works of art and monuments throughout Europe during WWII.

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Performance Tips for Captivating an Audience

Speaking in front of an audience can be daunting. To help you manage nerves so you can more deeply connect with your audience and share your story, Louise Ashcroft, a performance expert who works with Ludic Creatives to coach leadership teams and high-level executives in FTSE 100 organizations, shares some top tips.

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Streaming Content and Engaging Audiences in Changing Landscapes

Strides in mobile technology and social media have changed the ways people consume entertainment content, placing new demands on distributors and organizations if they want to keep their audience engaged.

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Scribe Spotlight: Breah

Breah’s passion to inspire clarity and collaboration, bring a refreshing and light augmentation to the creative process. Breah has worked as a graphic designer and branding specialist supporting businesses on local and national levels, following a career as a director and manager in advertising, publication, and product manufacturing.

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Ludic Creatives Scribe WOBI’s World Business Forum 2015

On November 12-13, 2015, Ludic Creatives’ Nick scribed speeches from WOBI’s World Business Forum 2015 in New York City.

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Scribe Spotlight: Joel

Joel studied at Falmouth College of Arts and has since collaborated with several large clients, from KPMG and EY to Cadbury and the BBC. 

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The Viral Event

This past weekend, San Diego Comic-Con hosted the latest news and hype in comics, movies and television. Warner Brothers treated DC comic book fans in Hall H to an exclusive sizzle reel of Suicide Squad, a villain-centric movie featuring new interpretations of Batman villains Joker and Harley Quinn among others.

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Silent Storytelling: Communicating Without Words

Some of the most impactful storytelling, spanning languages and cultures, is silent. Read on to learn about how points of view and visual language engages global audiences. 

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Visuals: The New Language of Business

As much as French is the language of love, English is the language of business.  Or it used to be anyway.  In an increasingly global world, English can't always communicate across time and distance as effectively as we might like.  The solution?  Visuals.

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Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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Visual Scribing: The Digital Frontier

Starting a buzz: how to embed learning by using the power of social media to engage global audiences and inspire new conversations. 

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Unlocking Creative Potential

It's not every day Gaz, one of our visual scribes, walks through the doors of a world class opera house with pens in hand and asks where the walls are he's going to draw on.  But yesterday, he did just that.

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Rebecca Black Draws Her Life

Rebecca Black, unwitting 2011 pop sensation and singer of "Friday", has released a video where she tells the story of her life via drawing.  It's a more simplistic form of the kind of scribing-based animation Ludic Creatives can help you create.

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The Hero's Journey Explained

You've probably heard about the Hero's Journey. And you probably have an understanding of what it involves. But there's a difference between having a basic knowledge of it and being able to apply it to an existing text.

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Michael Avon Oeming on Sequential Art

Comic book artist Michael Avon Oeming is best known for his work on Powers, which he co-created with Brian Michael Bendis. Despite his exagerrated and cartoonish style, Oeming excels in creating noirish cityscapes and troubled characters.

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Story Structure and Dan Harmon’s Circles

Most storytellers are reluctant to admit this, but the success of any good story lies with one thing: structure!

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