Serif in Education

Inspiration coming to a school near you

The UK has a history of influential art and design to draw on in classroom situations. However all to often our busy relaxation constrained life means we don’t feel or sometimes the time isn’t right to fit in a visit to a local gallery. Therefore it has been especially …

Summer holiday Twitter building

We know it’s the summer holidays and a chance for you teachers to kick back and relax; but here at Serif we also see it as an opportunity for you to focus on those elements of education that are perhaps pushed to the bottom of the list of priorities during …

Movie making ideas

Technology has levelled many a playing field. Whether we look at the effects of PCs getting cheaper (enabling smaller organisations to compete with their larger counterparts) or social media providing a free platform for customer engagement (when you can put out a message that reaches thousands in minutes the power …

A blended approach to ICT

The Department for Education recently offered its approval to Carphone Warehouse for its drive for tablets in schools and the introduction of devices designed especially for education; a sign that the mobile computing revolution is really taking off in schools.

I guess the question on many peoples’ lips, is whether …

The future of creative education

A few weeks ago, British educational charity the D&AD (Design & Art Direction) held a lecture, which caught my eye due to the fact it included a debate around the future of creative education.

Speakers at the event included Lord David Puttnam, Neville Brody and Emily Campbell, along with Hyper …

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