Kettle is an independent New York based design firm. We work with leading brands to create outstanding interactive experiences. We're committed to redefining our clients' expectations, delivering digital products with extraordinary attention to detail.
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Kettle was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in New York, US

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A 30-year-old who Airbnb-hops around the world explains how a broken kettle helped her escape the 'scarcity mindset'

Last year, Stephanie Lee saved nearly $10,000 in housing expenses when she decided to forgo an apartment in Los Angeles to Airbnb-hop around the world. A freelance writer and the blogger behind FY!S, Lee lived in a series of Airbnb rentals for 11 months in Paris, Tokyo, Lond…

The kettle inventor who bagged a deal by flying solo all the way to Japan

"I'm taking a forced holiday,” says Dr John C Taylor, the serial entrepreneur and inventor. The 80 year-old recently broke his arm in a plane crash – a plane he was flying. “The whole plane actually crashed?” I ask, dumbly. “Well, they don’t tend to crash in parts.” Taylor started flying at 16…

The lady's not for turning away: Theresa May's message for America | Martin Kettle

Far from breaking with the past, the PM’s Philadelphia speech was a subtle bid to woo the US back to multilateral institutionsTheresa May’s speech to the Republican party conference in Philadelphia on Thursday has been interpreted as a break with the past in US-UK foreign policy thinking to mark the…

Theresa May must stand up to Donald Trump. Britain doesn’t need a poodle | Martin Kettle

The prime minister’s talk of ‘leading together’ with the new president is sheer folly. She looks set to repeat the errors of Tony BlairTheresa May’s early visit to Donald Trump probably seemed like a good idea at the time. Pushing to the front of the White House queue is what British prime ministers…

The President Trump effect may be a whole new British focus on Europe | Martin Kettle

His views have little support here or on the mainland. But then, he is a uniquely American phenomenon, and most politics is localA cold January week has brought the west a chill new-year reality check. First Theresa May confirmed that Britain really is closing the door on the European Union not ling…

PMQs shows it’s Jeremy Corbyn, not Theresa May, who has no Brexit plan | Martin Kettle

Riding high after her Brexit speech, May made short work of the Labour leader’s scripted performance with missed opportunities to press her on a white paperEven if Jeremy Corbyn were a much more adept parliamentary performer, today’s prime minister’s questions would have been a tough fixture. And so…
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