The case for connecting creativity and production

Is it time for creatives to get more hands-on with digital production? James Britton, managing partner at Stinkdigital, thinks yes, and believes that more connectivity between the creative and production departments will make for better work.

How Sorted became one of YouTube’s biggest food channels

Founded by a group of school friends while at university, Sorted is now one of the most popular food channels on YouTube. In this extract from our February issue, co-founder Jamie Spafford explains how using humour, listening to viewers and reacting to trends have been key to its success

CR Annual: see our entries so far

All the entries that we have received so far to this year’s CR Annual are now available to view online. You have until January 29 to join them

CR iPad App

After five years of publishing the CR iPad app, we have decided that it’s time for change

Missed Ai Weiwei at the RA? Now you can visit it online

Ai Weiwei’s retrospective exhibition at the Royal Academy in London was one of the must-see shows of last year, and over 370,000 people visited it in the flesh. But if you missed out, don’t despair, as you can now view it online, via a 360 degree website commissioned by The Space and designed by AVM…

Out of this World: it’s our Fab February Food and Drink issue

In our Food and Drink issue we interview the brilliant chef Yotam Ottolenghi on the importance of design, profile The Black Farmer, Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, meet YouTube food sensations Sorted, visit Food Assembly in Frome and Our Vodka in Hackney, talk apps, fast food and karma, and bring you food photography that is out of this world

Unit’s TD 63-73 – what goes into a new edition?

Unit Editions’ book on the work of Dutch studio Total Design first came out in 2011 and has just been republished in an expanded and redesigned edition. But how do small publishers decide which books are worth revisiting? We talk to Unit co-founder Adrian Shaughnessy about balancing risk and reward and the importance of listening to your audience