Category Education & Learning

StoryCubes in action with Cass Business School

“Using the StoryCubes provided me with a realistic business situation in which you have to keep things short and to the point – you face scarcity in the real world and need to put your best face on. The StoryCubes assisted me in defining who I am and exactly where I want to be.” Tooba […]

StoryCubes at NurseryWorld

Our friends at Earlyarts are taking a stand (No. 8) at the NurseryWorld Show this Friday and Saturday (17 & 18th February) and will have packs of StoryCubes available to buy, as well as presenting our Outside the Box set of StoryCubes. The show is being held in Islington’s Building Design Centre 9am to 4.30pm […]

bookleteer, Avery labels & StoryCubes

Over the summer we’ve been experimenting with using standard office labels to print StoryCubes designs created with bookleteer and mount them onto blank StoryCubes made and sold by Proboscis. This is proving to be the simplest, cheapest and most effective way we have found to make small numbers of cubes at home or work using […]

Virtual StoryCubes – bringing virtual into reality

You can go to the cinema and watch a movie in 3D or now you can even stay at home and watch TV 3D style! Using 3D pictures on StoryCubes can now even bring video games to life! Students and staff at London Southbank University used this concept to create virtual StoryCubes, whereby displaying 3D […]

DIY Building Blocks

Walking into Early Learning Centre I don’t know where to start when it comes to thinking of an idea for a gift for my young niece. Then I think of the toys she played with on her last birthday, or even when I just go to visit her and then I come across the classic […]

Notepads or StoryCubes…??

I,m always up for a bit of team work, especially when it comes to brainstorming ideas. For me however I always find it much more stimulating if there are props or something to kick start some ideas. Sitting around a table with nothing but pens and notepads doesn’t really seem the most productive or inspiring […]

3D research

When I think of a research project, my mind goes back to Uni, when there would usually be realms and realms of pages of facts and findings. Just the thought of reading page after page I find boring – the same mundane way of presenting research in a book format. It almost puts one off […]