• 17th October 2014
  • children, screen time, tablets, technology,

Children and tech – a worrying trend?

By Isabel Douglas This week, the first public case of someone being treated for technology addiction hit the press. A man in America, admitted to rehab for alcohol problems, was also asked to surrender his technology. On handing over Read more...

  • 29th September 2014
  • road safety, teenagers,

Risky Business

Passing your driving test can be a huge milestone in life – but just because you know how to drive, doesn’t always mean that you make the best decisions behind the wheel. In fact, young males in particular are over seven Read more...

  • 15th September 2014
  • junior citizen, richmond, road safety,

Going Places

Growing up often comes with lots of new responsibilities, and that means there's lots to learn! Thankfully, Richmond council recognise this, and are doing all they can to help children as they transition from being big kids, into young Read more...

  • 11th September 2014
  • activity, children's marketing, duplo, jazzy media, LEGO, play-time, worksheets,

We’re all-a-flutter for DUPLO’s new sets!

It’s no secret that we’ve worked with JazzyMedia on a quite a few projects in the past – and it should be no secret at all that we just love working with them! This time, B3 and Jazzy teamed up to produce some Read more...

  • 4th September 2014
  • active travel, children, environment, prizes, rice, road safety, school, scooter, the future, walk, walking,

Active travel and gamification

As part of their 2014 road safety initiatives, Solihull council have tasked us with helping them encourage parents nbot to drive to/from school. We came up with Stroll 'n’ Roll, an intra-school competition, designed to encourage Read more...