We have an exciting summer season of jewellery CAD short courses planned at the British Academy of Jewellery in London starting 12 June. If you’ve been reading about the CAD training here but have been curious about taking one of the CAD courses I’ve developed, now is your chance.
The second in my series of articles for Jewellery Focus has just been released online. This new article focuses on the business opportunities now available which can help jewellery designer makers reach new audiences and expand their businesses.
The Stubbs ConfigureRing App is one example of the many recently developed innovative ways in which jewellery can be sold.
Not too long ago I wrote a series of research articles for Jewellery Focus on the changing face of the jewellery industry. The first of the series has now just appeared in digital form:
Back in March, I wrote a short piece for Jewellery Focus‘ Soapbox column. It was drafted in response to a previous article they had written about how CAD had changed the jewellery industry (which seemed to me to be missing quite a bit of up to date information), but I then expanded the article to talk more about the new business models and creative opportunities I have found in my research over the years.
I’m linking to the article on the blog for those who did not see the issue or do not live in the UK.
Have a look:
It seems I’ve been chosen to be a featured designer for the i.materialise blog!
Have a look, it’s a lovely interview.
Recently I was interviewed for an article in a Financial Times special report on jewellery and watches. The article was specifically about how computer-aided design has changed the face of how jewellery is now made, and what this means for the future of jewellery making.
Read the article on the FT website (warning: FT.com may ask you to register.)