You thought that tablet you have on your lap was a 21st-Century design? Think again.

On the left in the accompanying photo is a clay tablet from Mesopotamia, the Land Between Two Rivers. That’s right, the basic design for your tablet came about thousands and thousands of years ago when writing was developed in that fertile region between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers.

The human hand has changed little since writing was invented, so the basic design of a “handheld device” does not change.

It’s a good visual metaphor for communication: Some externals and tools change, but there are unchanging basics that you need to stick with if you wish to be effective. CR3AT1V3LY1NKL1N3D has a handle on the basics. Get in touch with us to talk about some ageless fundamentals that will help you tell your story with power and effect.

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