Your unique education brand, brought to life.

Unlock new value from your existing expertise and IP.

Wavetable’s E3 Studio helps you create remarkable educational products, content and experiences that extend your reach and make lasting impact.

With E3 Studio you'll...

Forge connection

Build deeper relationships with the people who matter most.

Build a platform

Provide valuable springboards that empower and upskill others.

Unlock new value

Extract the enormous value from your previously dormant archives.

The Inside Out Flywheel.

Today’s smartest brands are playing a new game. They use what they already have Inside to drive sustainable growth on the Outside.

From Carhartt to Figma, Porsche to Zingerman’s, they build a flywheel by transforming their internal processes into  content, connectivity - and cash.

Explore some of the Inside Out projects we've been building recently...

You know how much it matters to…

  1. Make the most of your time and resources
  2. Unlock new revenue streams and opportunities
  3. Invite people deeper inside your world
  4. Provide a springboard for the next generation
  5. Make the change you want to see happen
“Cracking the code of designing engaging learning environments is what these guys understand and deliver”
Todd Hansen  / Executive Producer Web Summit
“We needed inspiration on how to think differently, motivate ourselves and approach challenges in new ways. Wavetable's Learning Lab was interactive, informative, and fun (yes, really) - and changed our team processes for the better.”
Holly Fraser, Editor in Chief - WePresent / WeTransfer
an impressive blend of creativity, analytics, and empathy… a passion and dedication to learning completely shine through
Shikha Mittal / Senior Manager, Experience Design - Deloitte Global

Wavetable helps smart brands and talent build their Inside Out flywheel.

We transform your hard-won insights and IP into dynamic, immersive education and community initiatives.

Create live events or content series; mentorship programs or full-scale learning worlds.

We do it using our proprietary Edutainment 3.0 framework - combining Learning Science, Storytelling, Community and Game Mechanics.

How it works

1.

Connect

Start with a free discovery call or workshop session.

2.

Explore

We’ll audit your existing materials and map out opportunities.

3.

Build

We’ll develop the projects to get your flywheel moving.

Brands of all shapes and sizes are under pressure to extend the ways they show up for audiences - and do more with less.

But most get tied up - either using the same old formats and approaches, or burning precious resources in a scramble to jump on the next trend.

Sustainable growth - growth that has both commercial and social impact - is becoming harder than ever.

That’s why we built E3 Studio - to enable smart brands like yours to use what you already have Inside in order to drive sustainable growth on the Outside.

We help you create unique education and community initiatives that inspire and empower the people in your universe.

We’d love to discover what you could bring inside out.

Howard Gray
Founder, Wavetable

Our Approach

Our work is fueled by an eclectic and diverse range of inspirations and methods.
Here are some of the latest:

Behind the Scenes
How can A.I. be used to augment the end-to-end experience of live events?
5 insights from a panel session at IBTM World in Barcelona
The How To
From 100 Days to Lifelong Skills: How to Spark Engagement in Online Learning
10 Lessons from Replit’s “100 Days of Code" and Beyond
Inside Out World
Keyboard to Console: Why Every Knowledge Worker Needs a Creative Studio Kit
Figma's Designer Tool is Just the Beginning, Imagine Studio Workstations for Every Profession
Groove Theory
The Blank Slide Shuffle
How to use pitch black to great effect
Groove Theory
Understanding the Presentation Spectrum
Why most presentations shouldn't feel like TED talks
Inside Out World
Global employee engagement levels are shockingly low
Plus simple three ideas to improve them
Wavemakers
Richie Hawtin’s next musical frontier? High school science class
How a DIY noise machine became a portal for learning & creativity - courtesy of a legendary electronic music artist
Groove Theory
Storytelling & Narrative: What's the difference?
It's subtle, but incredibly important
Groove Theory
What people really want from new technology
They don't want features, or even benefits. It's about something more human
Inside Out World
The surprising human-centric approach used by a Premier League team on the rise
How Brighton & Hove Albion use data in all kinds of interesting ways
Inside Out World
How cricket is reshaping culture and the world of work
The Indian women's cricket league is a big deal in more ways than one
Groove Theory
Christopher Nolan's 26 principles for creative work
And why it's worth being a jack of all trades
Inside Out World
Meet the mysterious designer who secretly remixes street posters
Because there's always scope to engage people more with your work
Groove Theory
Why David Marchese's skills remain underrated
How The New York Times journalist is able to go further than most
Inside Out World
Spain's €20k gift for every young citizen
What if everybody in your country received a tax-free inheritance when they turned 18?
Inside Out World
Everything's a remix: transferrable skills from the genius of The Prodigy
Why Liam Howlett's sampling and arrangement skills are more relevant than ever
Wavemakers
Harmonizing Creativity: Inside the zen-infused world of Sebastian Mulleart's ‘Circle of Live’
How the Swedish artist takes a novel approach to teaching creativity and the art of improvisation
Inside Out World
How Coldplay use Inside Out dynamics to hit all the right notes
The superstar band take a refreshing transparent approach to sustainability, fan engagement, and sharing their process
Inside Out World
Why world-class athletes have been roughing it
How small improvements to an end-to-end experience can change the game
Inside Out World
Flipping the script: a movie studio launch an app for fans
A24's latest innovation is a smart way to do more with less
The How To
11 tips to improve your writing skills
Writing wisdom from a master of the craft
Wavemakers
How Jay-Z's new exhibition opens up new ways to engage
8 reasons why 'The Book of HOV' stands out from the crowd
Inside Out World
🚌 “We should do a school… or something?”
Allbirds goes open source, edutainment as a springboard, and the opportunity to build what's next
Wavemakers
How a TV show is using Edutainment 3.0 to open up exciting new spaces
'Space Junk' encourages audiences to create new stories using web3 and AI technologies
Inside Out World
Making Moonshots: The power of open source brand toolkits
How brands of all shapes and sizes can use the power of open source
The How To
Why the best experiences have invisible structure
A lesson from one of the great movie directors
The How To
How to set up speaker notes in a live presentation (simple 3-step process)
Notes can end up distracting and confusing. So how do we best use them?
Instruments
Introducing the Presentation Elevation Tool
A free tool packed with unconventional prompts to help you get unstuck
Wavemakers
5 lessons from Hollywood’s 14 year old animator
The power of constraints, explorations, and feedback
Wavemakers
How a soccer star is helping young athletes translate their skills into alternative career paths
A new education initiative is helping bridge an ever-widening gap
Future of Learning
Notes on... creating engaging learning experiences
7 elements that keep people coming back... and a view to what's next
The How To
Air Time: How to elevate your next presentation deck
A simple trick to make your next presentation flow
The How To
Create some Client Magic: join the free Micro Course
A 5 day email course to transform your client interactions
Instruments
What's Your Presenter Type?
Our free self-assessment tool will help you level up your presentation skills
The How To
3 ways to make your Training and Development more engaging
How to avoid your training falling falt
The How To
Workshops & Meetings: How to avoid the pre-read trap
Why advance information can ruin the whole experience
Behind the Scenes
Inside Wavetable's brand refresh
Our new visuals, and a new way that we see the world
The How To
Riding the Wave of Resourcefulness: What We Can Learn from Garrett McNamara's Epic Surfing Adventure
3 tips on how to elevate your resourcefulness, plus a free assessment tool to test out your team dynamics
Future of Learning
Learning is invisible ink
People don't really want to learn. So what can we do instead?
Wavemakers
How backpack brand Herschel are banking on underserved creators
A mentoring program takes over an NYC financial institution
Future of Learning
Spinning Knowledge: What educators and creators can learn from one of the world’s best DJs
Why the space between Warm Up and Prime Time can be magical
Inside Out World
Why human capital is the driver of Fortune 500 success
Intangibles are becoming way more tangible
Behind the Scenes
How to get unblocked: Ask yourself some Extreme Questions
10 questions to unlock new paths - and how we tackled them
Behind the Scenes
Notes on... DIG's Winter marketing campaign
How we went about showrunning a video production campaign for cooking company DIG
The How To
Notes On… Obstacle Courses for Learning Experiences
Why your program, workshop, or course should take a tip from the military - and kids’ playtime
Inside Out World
Of Note: Michelin's reimagined company HQ
How the French transport company focused on their employees - and the public - first
The How To
How to create a slide deck that engages your audience
Level up your next slide deck so it’s engaging, story-driven, and able to clearly communicate even the most complex topics
The How To
The Joy of 6
Instruments
Welcome to Edutainment 3.0 - a Wavetable trends report & workshop series
Brands as Neo Educators; Teachers as the new DJs; Play to Learn to Earn. These are just three of the trends in our upcoming trends report. Get first access, plus the opportunity to join our team for a series of exclusive live workshops.
Future of Learning
The Educator in Residence
Why a different type of EIR could be your firm’s new secret weapon
Future of Learning
Fitness and Education: from IRL to URL
8 lessons for the future of learning from the connected fitness boom
Behind the Scenes
How to design and develop a conference presentation - and why it pays to think like a DJ
A complete step-by-step breakdown of how I built (and booked) a session at a globally-renowned conference
Future of Learning
The new Edutainment
Education as business development (and beyond), teachers becoming more than just the new DJs, and the foundations of a big shift that’s here to stay.

FAQs

What are you? An edtech company?

Not quite, we’re more. We offer more than hard/software solutions that require tedious force-fitting to make them work.

Inside Wavetable, you’ll find your co-creator, developer, showrunner, and worldbuilder.

What types of companies do you work with?

We work with companies across a wide spectrum of sizes, stages, and verticals. Being agnostic gives us a diverse range of ideas, experiences and perspectives to synthesize.

But it doesn’t mean we work with just anyone.

We focus on partnering with ambitious upstarts and human-centric leaders who recognize people are the key to move their business forward.

If you've read this far, we should probably work together...

Do you do content creation?

We do!

Our team produces content across a wide range of modes and formats from short-form video series to digital toolkits; deep-dive audio companions to print interviews.

We're equally adept with tent-pole campaign work as we are producing tightly-produced packages of material at a rapid cadence.

Check out our Resource center and Project selection to see how we roll.

Tell me about E3 Studio - how does it work?

E3 Studio works on 6-week sprints, with project sizes ranging from XS to XXL projects. We'll scope out the projects and decide their size based on complexity, time and team requirements.

Book a no-strings discovery conversation and we can talk through what you need and provide a quote.

Who’s in the team?

Our Studio team is made up of a group of dedicated Learning Experience creators (a.k.a. LX creators – which also happens to be a new and valuable job category!).

They synthesize deep and broad expertise across live entertainment, higher education, digital media, corporate training, film production, and storytelling.

The team uses a stack of cutting-edge digital tools to deliver work that’s remarkable, efficient, and agile.

How does it work?

E3 Studio relationships typically involve us working closely with 1-2 leaders in your team to plan a backlog of projects, research, activations, and so on. 

We work on the basis of a 6 week sprint cycle, most clients need 2 or more sprints but is completely dependant on the scope of work.

How many people are involved?

We’ll typically deploy either three or five of our LX Creators and Producers. We’ve found this number of team members maximize outputs and creativity, and minimizes communication drag.

It’s probably no coincidence that basketball and soccer - two of the most dynamic team sports around - are always best with this many people on the team.

Are you hiring?

We’re always on the lookout for Tableists in the making. As a team, we’re more into interesting stories and enriched backgrounds than resumé lines.

Tell us about yours here.

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