We’ve all heard the scare stories, but there’s no denying the rapidly evolving potential of AI, or more specifically machine learning, to enhance our working lives – be that on the factory floor or as a software tool.
In this article Emily Gosling explores the power of cinemagraphs, speaking to artists about what makes moving images so compelling and the creative potential of looping animations
Whether you’re sharing a meme with friends and family, or selecting a stock asset for your next creative project, there are more ways than ever to tell powerful stories with a single image. Emily Gosling examines the power of visual narrative
Today’s digitally empowered customers expect seamless experiences that allow them to interact with brands on their own terms, which poses a complex creative challenge. This piece of market research explores the hypothesis that embedding design practices in digital CX strategies creates a tangible and measurable business advantage. A Forrester Consulting thought leadership paper commissioned by Adobe.
Change is very much a part of the world, and yet can be extremely intimidating for creative business owners. The modern world demands creative processes that are receptive to change. This white paper explains how to build an agile design process that deals positively with change and discusses why a dynamic approach is important.
Ideally, your team would concept and shoot every asset to perfectly merge imagery and message for every deliverable. But business deadlines and budgets don’t always allow time for the creation of original imagery. That’s where stock imagery comes in. This white paper explains how to make the most of stock libraries, and how finding the right stock service […]
French digital artist Jean-Charles Debroize was challenged by Adobe to recreate the Lost Masterpiece, Saint Matthew and the Angel by Caravaggio. We spoke to him about how he did it.
Mike Campau was commissioned to recreate Karl Friedrich Schinkel’s Cathedral Towering over a Town using only stock imagery. CR speaks to him about the project
French digital artist Jean-Charles Debroize was challenged by Adobe to recreate the Lost Masterpiece, Saint Matthew and the Angel by Caravaggio. Here’s how he did it