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Storytelling in the digital age

In the comic world, there's a saying that nothing truly dies. And in defiance of the purists, Madefire could be held personally responsible for future-proofing the industry.  Founded in 2011 by Ben Wolstenholme, Eugene Walden, and artist Liam Sharp, their app-centric distribution model redefined how comic books are engaged with as a market and as a platform for emerging creatives to share their work. 

Can you explain how Madefire operates as both a creative studio and technology company?

A Dropbox Illustrator On Unleashing Creative Energy

Fanny Luor is an illustrator, graphic designer and friend to creative communities around the world.

George Livissianis Doesn't Want an Empire

A rare interview with the designer behind some of Australia's most legendary interiors.

How LEAP encourages flexible working with new technology

We sat down with Gavin Smith from LEAP to talk about how the team is using new technology to enable flexible working.

Redesigning hospitality with International Worldwide

Following the launch of dining hot-spot 'Natural History', the design team give us a glimpse into their world.

Wired and The Golden Age of Free Speech

David Moretti, Creative Director of WIRED, on why the influential magazine's future lies in its history.

The Four Big Things You Need to Make a Jump

Mike Lewis, author of When to Jump, shares the steps to making a life-changing career move.

How Projucer is redefining branded content

Whether it be a food and travel series for SBS Food hosted by Masterchef winner Andy Allen, a Channel 7 pilot following a vet in remote Western Australia or an international travel series with Top Deck, their approach brings together the disparate worlds of television and digital channels (with some big-brand assistance) to get the best from both.

Here, Co-Founder and Director Josh Capelin shares a few of his golden rules for how brands and producers can band together to do something a little different (and entertain in the process). 

Thinking of... Melbourne with Ta-ku

We speak to Ta-ku ahead of the Melbourne edition of his roaming creative residency program '823'.

How to get out of a collaboration rut

Studies from Deloitte and Forbes have shown that for other businesses, good collaboration can yield higher revenue, stronger growth and employee satisfaction: overall, it could add