Dyslexia, Creativity and Me

Our Global Executive Creative Director, Emma Barratt, unpicks her experience of working with dyslexia, shares her tips for how workplaces can better support staff with neurodiversity and explains how dyslexia has become her unique superpower.

It's ironic that the creative industry is generally rubbish at making space for people who think and work differently. Isn't design, branding and advertising built on maverick thinking, outliers and weirdos?

I believe it takes a true diversity to make great work these days. Not just gender and ethnicity, but a diversity of backgrounds, abilities, life experiences and thinking. When unique and brilliant minds, hearts and skills come together around a brief, they can create something richer and more powerful.

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