What is positive psychology, and how can it be applied to solve problems facing individuals, communities and nations? Our Creative Director Amy Milhinch attended a presentation by former SA Thinker-in-Residence and positive psych pioneer Prof. Martin Seligman to find out.
The HMS Belfast is one of the largest and most powerful light cruisers ever built. After being retired in 1963 the Belfast is now permanently docked in the middle of London, and acts as a museum. Last year we spent a day exploring the Belfast, climbing up its tight ladders and ducking under the overhead beams, and as we did so an analogy came to me. This ship is a grand example of an inaccessible website come to life, and a great case for making accessibility a goal regardless of your organisation's current priorities.
At this point, I feel it is safe to say that the Natural History Museum (NHM) in London is the benchmark for museums aiming to engage and educate. Whether in the building via touch screen displays or at home playing on mobile devices or watching TV specials, they are hitting all of the targets.
Take a mind-bending trip with FF Designer Deanna and the ultimate gravity-defying Dutchman, M.C. Escher...
What more splendid way than to thrust your way into 2014 (with one's pelvis) than at the monumental Wheatsheaf Hotel.
The City of Adelaide is home to many amazing food trucks, caravans, carts, bikes and other mobile food vendors. You'll never miss your favourite bite again with ADELAIDE STREET EATS by Freerange Future in your pocket.
Out of all of Mandela's powerful quotes this one struck the strongest cord with me. Growing up some of my strongest role models were my teachers, who instilled a lifelong love of learning and a sense of curiosity in all things.
The South Australian Tourism Awards honours the best tourism operators in SA. We’re proud to have an ongoing relationship with the SA Tourism Industry Council, the outfit behind the awards. Freerange worked with the team at SATIC in rebranding the awards, with a mission to reflect the importance of the event and the high standard of quality that the winners represent.
Museums around the world are embracing interactive technologies to help communicate content and educate visitors. Rather than replacing the need for physical collections, these technologies are being used to enhance collections and offer a broader range of information.
David spent some time in the UK last month and documented the flavours of digital exhibition that inhabit the British Isles.
Last week our Graphic Designer Deanna attended the Analogue/Digital conference held at the Capri theatre.
The conference was promoted as a design event with world-class speakers. The day consisted of three sessions (Analogue Digital Next Generation, AGDA Design session, Art Park Artist) and a keynote speaker.
Read Deanna's thoughts on a day that was a bit more analogue than digital below...