Monthly Archive: December, 2012

Happy Christmas

From everyone at Inhouse. Have a brilliant 2013 too. Here are some mince pies:

Think pink

Local student Chloe Cornish joined our team this week on work experience. She spent a lot of time working with our resident story-gatherers and has garnered glowing reports from all quarters. As part… Continue reading

User Experience. Or UX, to you.

Last week, Christian and Kelvin went to hear a talk about User Experience, aka, UX. Apparently the discussion, led by Martin Belam, was really interesting, so they’d like to take this opportunity to get… Continue reading

Get your free chocolate here

Hope that got your attention. Janine, Alan and Amy have signed up to Trailtrekker. Which means that, in June, they will be walking 100km/62 miles across the Yorkshire Dales in under 30 hours.… Continue reading

Santa, baby

It’s the morning after the night before. We’re a somewhat depleted team following last night’s Inhouse Christmas party. Good food, drink and company led to a healthy dose of general merriment.  But, as… Continue reading

Sometimes it’s all about the voice

So you’ve written a script for a DRTV ad and it’s based on a children’s story book. Now imagine you could pick anyone in the world to voice it. Brilliant choice. But you’ve… Continue reading

Things that make you go hmmm

A Creative Breakfast is a chance for the whole team to get together to talk about what’s going on outside Oxfam House.  As the name suggests, these meetings have creative leanings. But the… Continue reading

Inhouse in your Face (book)

Facebook is tricky. And it’s getting trickier. These days, you can’t just post something up and expect your friends to see it. Oh no. Facebook will decide what’s relevant for them to see,… Continue reading

A visit from Caspar Henderson

Today we were lucky enough to get a visit from Caspar Henderson, author of The Book of Barely Imagined Beings. The book is described as a 21st century bestiary, detailing some of the… Continue reading