Crikey, there’s a lot out there, isn’t there?
Content, that is.
If you want to find out new stuff, unearth trends or dig out tips of the trade, then you aren’t short of options.
Blogs, vlogs, social, subscriptions – it can be hard to keep up or pick out the most useful morsels from the cavalcade of content.
Which is why we love an email newsletter. Inspiration, as hand-picked by you, delivered direct your inbox. Not a scroll or swipe in sight.
But even then, there is an overwhelming world of choice, so allow us to share our top 10 newsletters (in no particular order) that cover creativity, comms and any other cool stuff.
Sharing the best creative campaigns and PR stunts from agencies and brands, big and small. A must for anyone seeking ideas for creative comms and campaigns.
An international art and visual culture platform sharing beautiful design, craft and photography to immerse yourself in and inspire you.
The weekly word on all things comms, an aggregated bible of only the most important industry news and opinion. If you’re in comms and not subscribed, you’re nowhere.
Killer content on flexible working and other thought-provoking workplace wisdom. Unmissable for anyone working in internal comms, HR or if you just love a good read.
The gospel on the goss in the comms world, particularly for public sector practitioners. Trends, opinion pieces, latest jobs – your own comms career advisor in your inbox.
Uber-cool jeans makers Hiut Denim curate a collection of links to interesting creative stuff and make it simple to pick and choose what you want to explore more of.
A welcome weekly wonder if words and copywriting are your thing. Handy advice and insight from some of the most wonderous wordsmiths around.
Sharing the best in branding and identity work, covering redesigns and new designs of notable products, companies, services and organisations across all industries and locations.
An avid advocate of ideas and constant cajoler to maximise your potential through creative coaching and beautifully simple concepts.
It’s by some people called Alive With Ideas and you can sign up to the Dog and Duck newsletter if you fancy it.
By James Morton for Alive!