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Motherhood at JM: The personal, the professional, and the overlap between the two

Equal parenting is a consistent topic in many workplaces, but it can often feel like it’s not going anywhere.

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YouPorn’s Wheel Of Foreplay Will Heat Up Your Quarantine Quicker Than Sourdough

YouPorn, the porn site you visit while making your own coronavirus visualization chart in MS Paint, has partnered with Future of Sex Lab to bring beleaguered, quarantined lovers the delightfully colorful and wickedly illustrated "Wheel of Foreplay".

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Alex Naghavi on Creative Direction

Listen to our ECD Alex Naghavi speak about what it’s like being a Creative Director at a Venture Studio in the podcast On Process.

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Black and white, December 1915: A soldier carrying a christmas tree. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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Pagers, plants and product marketing

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Product design: a tale of two disciplines

Changing design disciplines isn’t unheard of, but it comes with its own unique set of challenges and techniques to navigate. Here, JM’s Product & Industrial Designer Hamish Snow delves into how his formative years in industrial design equipped him to make the leap to digital product.

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Black and white, Bob Mulcahey (50) smokes in his room of the Kings Inn, where Veterans Affairs has placed him temporarily while they address permanent housing for him. Photographer: Todd R Darling

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Eco-friendly search engines, fruitful fanfiction & the cons of Google docs

The Goods: Issue 40 — Google competitor Ecosia is placing an arboreal lens on the search engine, what the co-investment trend means for our landscape, and Ariel Aberg-Riger’s beautifully illustrated piece on the urban resurgence of crows in the US.

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Brisbane: the future of creativity

“We’re lucky to call Brissie our home base whilst we continue to work on a global scale,” Morgan explains.

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Ben Johnston & Alex Naghavi in conversation with Australian Design Radio

Our CEO and Executive Creative Director in conversation with Australian Design Radio.

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The Work-Life Balance of a Small-Business Duo

Josephmark directors Ben Johnston and Jess Huddart lead a double life: globetrotting business owners during the week, organic farmers on the weekend. In partnership with MINI, we learn how they achieve balance while running their own businesses.

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Vintage silver print taken by Agnes Varda of a bunch of Chinese children wearing goggles and masks to prepare to spend time in the Gobi desert. Adults standing behind them, perhaps teachers or parents.

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Things we’re testing, bees are life & a favour to ask

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Black and white photo by Sally Man Doom of a woman lying on the bonnet of a car with a scowl on her face and a butterfly catching net tucked under her arm.

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Masculinity, walls that actually work & finding the best podcasts

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What it's like to work at a Venture Studio

Our ECD, Alex Naghavi, and People & Culture Director, Megan Griffiths, sit down with Work With Us to discuss what it's like working at a Venture Studio like JM.

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Black and white photo of a young boy surrounded by adults in church. The boy is giving a mischievous glance. Taken from Johan Willner's collection Wind Upon the Face of Waters, photographed during the seventies and eighties.

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The future of crypto, salty docos & emotional intelligence

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Black and white flash photo of a young Gillian Anderson with a banana stem up her nose.

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O-bae-ma, Casa Estudio & creating a feminist internet

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Black and white, two men in tshirts intimately embracing with heads on shoulders. Shot taken from above with high flash.

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Intersexuality, profit-sharing & reasons to be cheerful

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Digits in the dirt

TECHNOLOGY meets best organic practice on The Falls Farm, where digital design entrepreneurs Ben Johnston and Jess Huddart – and their extended families – like to get their hands dirty.

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