“Unleashing creativity – Why templating is the key not the lock”

Whether you feel templating is a friend or foe, it can offer increased levels of creativity that will benefit everyone.

If you ever feel you don’t have the time to be as creative on the page as you would like to, then this webinar is for you.

On the 1st of March Martin Wright of the Shropshire Star and Sean Briggs of Creative Workflows discussed how a templated workflow can benefit creativity, control and remote working.​

Watch the webinar recording below
for more information about templating creativity check out our blog post
Learn more about our guest speakers
Based at the Shropshire Star’s head office in Ketley, Telford, Martin is responsible for overseeing the production of the three-edition daily newspaper, the Shropshire Star. The Shropshire Star is the sixth biggest selling regional daily in the country, with a circulation of more than 26,000 copies a day. Martin is also responsible for the management of eight weekly newspapers covering Shropshire and Mid Wales.

Brought up in Oswestry, Shropshire, Martin worked for the Shropshire Star as a reporter before moving to be the deputy editor at the County Times in Mid Wales. He edited the Oswestry and Border Counties Advertizer and the County Times before becoming deputy editor for Leader and Cheshire Publications in 2005.
Martin Wright
Shropshire Star, Editor
Martin Wright has been editor of the Shropshire Star since 2013, having previously been associate editor at NWN Media, where he had responsibility for the daily newspaper The Leader, which covers Wrexham, Flintshire and Chester, along with its weekly titles.
Sean Briggs
He worked for Hearst UK for twenty of those years as the Group publishing systems manager guiding their strategy and developing their publishing solutions and editorial systems, bringing pre-press in-house and establishing asset management, production and advertising workflows.

Sean now runs his own successful company, Creative Workflows Ltd, which specialises in helping creative people and businesses improve their creative processes to become more productive and more creative. He continues to work with all size of publishers, arts groups and media companies both here in the UK and internationally, helping them resolve the many new challenges this ever-changing media landscape presents.
Creative Workflows, CEO
Sean Briggs has worked in publishing for over thirty years accumulating a wealth of knowledge and experience.