COI: Communications and behaviour change

Introduction Human behaviour is a very complex area. This document draws on key sources from the disciplines of social psychology, economics and behavioural economics (where the first two disciplines overlap). We have sought to distil this information into some key factors that are important to consider for anyone developing communications that seek to influence behaviour, and to develop a framework for applying these factors to the development of a communications strategy. In this document What…

Keep Calm and Carry On: Production Numbers

I've been talking to the New York Times, as Rob Walker's Consumed Column will be discussing the Keep Calm and Carry On poster on 12th July (I'll have a link once I know), and in going through the Fact Checking today, we were talking about the numbers of posters produced. Keep Calm and Carry On was produced alongside 'Your Courage, Your Cheerfulness, Your Resolution' and 'Your Freedom is in Peril: Fight for it Now'. In…

Bill Pertwee: The Warden Says

I'm currently trying to write my abstract for the "Framing Film" conference at the University of Winchester, and spent a very enjoyable couple of hours this afternoon watching "The Warden Says" introduced by Bill Pertwee (on VHS, how old school.. and now I see they are available on DVD!)... thank goodness such little gems have survived! I know far more about the posters themselves, but there are a few good examples to use for the…

Bill Pertwee: The Warden Says

I'm currently trying to write my abstract for the "Framing Film" conference at the University of Winchester, and spent a very enjoyable couple of hours this afternoon watching "The Warden Says" introduced by Bill Pertwee (on VHS, how old school.. and now I see they are available on DVD!)... thank goodness such little gems have survived!I know far more about the posters themselves, but there are a few good examples to use for the abstracts…