Speaking at the D&AD festival in London yesterday was Anna Higgs, creative director at Nowness, who explained why creativity matters more than clicks, plus why “with great reach, comes great responsibility”.
Apps, wearables, websites: the world of digital creativity
The fourth episode of Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers looks at nature versus nurture and, in conversation with developer Paul Lewis, asks whether design ability is innate or learned
Designing ‘pages’, ‘articles’ and worrying about what sits ‘below the fold’: most of the language we use to describe content on the web is derived from print. Would new terminology help free us to exploit the web’s full potential? asks Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu in the third episode of his YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers
The Creative Review website is an Honoree in the Websites – Architecture & Design category at the 21st annual Webby Awards
In the Channel 4 series Humans, audiences were shown a world where androids – or ‘synths’ – are a part of normal, everyday life. We talk to the show’s writers, Jon Brackley and Sam Vincent, about the real AI that lies behind the story, and whether the robots are, in fact, coming.
In this third extract from In Your Creative Element, a new book about creativity in business, creativity expert and Chief Spark at Now Go Create, Claire Bridges shares her advice for how to balance your head and your heart when evaluating your own, or someone else’s creative ideas and when to convene a Murder Board…
The second episode of Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers tackles the thorny issue of whether the UX movement is strangling the creative process
As brands look to automate customer interactions and even creative processes, writer Nick Asbury and writer/strategist Russell Davies (both humans) discuss some of the implications – in a conversation covering writing, speech, taglines, boat trips and unexpected items in the bagging area.
Every click, every search and every hashtag fuels the machines that may one day replace many of today’s designers and creatives