Each season we ask leading creatives to shed a little light on their industries and provide some much needed context to creative studies.
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This time around, Matt Leach and Nikki Davey talk further about the brief, reiterating why they are so important. They look at what happens when you don’t have a brief (nothing good) by dredging up some of Nikki's past experiences and using them as c... more
This is Episode 02 of Some Context Please and Matt Leach talks to Nikki Davey, an interior designer that has a background in decoration and styling. This time around they talk about what a client brief needs to contain, how and why we rebrief clients... more
In this first episode for Season 04, Matt Leach (one of our favourite interviewers) talks to Nikki Davey, an interior designer with a background in decoration and styling. more
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