Why Type Matters, by Staffordshire University lecturer Jim Williams
What’s black and white and read all over? Well, if the rave reviews and sales figures are any indication, it’s a book on typography by Staffordshire University lecturer Jim Williams.
Andrew gets second Olympic gold
Olympic gold medallist Andrew Triggs Hodge MBE described himself as the “happiest man in the world” after rowing to victory in the men’s coxless fours at London 2012.
Sophie fulfills Olympic dream
Graduate event organiser Sophie Heath has described the Olympics opening ceremony as “the best experience of her life.”
Staffordshire University seeks to inspire future professionals
Staffordshire University is urging potential students to embrace the spirit of the Olympics and pursue their ambitions following the publication of the A level results tomorrow.
Rapturous reviews for BAFTA nominated game developers
Games developers from Staffordshire University are celebrating after picking up a BAFTA nomination and an international award on the same day.
Emily goes the extra mile to prove she means business
It’s one thing having a creative business idea but it’s quite another to prove you have the business acumen to succeed long term.
University gets in the party mood for technology festival - 23/08/2012
Computing enthusiasts from Staffordshire University have descended on Berlin to take part in the largest technology festival in the world. Read more about University gets in the party mood for technology festival »
Creative duo have designs on success
Designers from Stafford are celebrating after hat-trick of achievements after graduating with first class degrees from university.
Prototype magazine aims to boost creative industry - 31/08/2012
Entrepreneur Laura Allen is aiming to boost the profile of creative businesses and artists from the West Midlands with the launch of a new magazine. Read more about Prototype magazine aims to boost creative industry »