Digital

Apps, wearables, websites: the world of digital creativity

The losses and gains of WFH

As lockdown begins to slowly lift, companies are considering how our working life will adapt. Here, James Britton, group managing director at Stink Studios in London, examines how our enforced WFH period may create permanent change, and what might be lost along the way

The chatbots are coming

CR investigates what it takes to create a good chatbot, and why they could become an essential part of brand comms in our current culture of immediacy

Designing for a transport future

Recent rebrands from VW, BMW, Nissan and Uber have at times proved controversial, but they reflect the flexibility required by a transport sector that’s in serious flux, says Wolff Olins’ Forest Young

What we can learn from New Zealand’s Covid-19 messaging

New Zealand has been leading the way in the fight against coronavirus with its simple but powerful communications strategy, which focuses on bringing its people together. We look at how it got the rhetoric so right, and whether countries like the UK should be following its example

How will coronavirus change events?

With the pandemic making large gatherings impossible, brands, festivals and cultural institutions have been planning online alternatives. We explore how creatives and organisers are responding to the crisis, and whether it could inspire new kinds of digital experiences

Why mentoring can be a vital tool right now

We speak to the people behind three mentoring schemes about why it is valuable for both emerging and senior creatives, how to get the most out of taking part, and why there’s never been a better time than now to give it a go

How Joe Wicks became the nation’s PE teacher

Joe Wicks has inspired millions of people to keep active during lockdowns with his live workout videos. We talk to Nikki Wicks, Head of Content at The Body Coach, and Koto, the studio behind its branding, about creating PE With Joe