Digital

Apps, wearables, websites: the world of digital creativity

The evolution of electronic music

As the Design Museum opens its new show Electronic, we speak to curator Gemma Curtin and The Chemical Brothers collaborators Smith & Lyall about the genre’s wider impact on creativity and culture, and how the music industry could look post-pandemic

What Would I Change: Izzy Kertland, Unit9

In the latest in our series asking creatives what they would like to change about their industry, we talk to Unit9’s Izzy Kertland about creating more meaningful experiences, embracing remote working and putting sustainability front and centre

What Would I Change: Jo Jackson, Made.com

In the latest in our series asking creatives what they would like to change about their industry, Made.com’s chief creative officer Jo Jackson reflects on what the coronavirus pandemic means for retail and how it has prompted new ways of working for Made’s creative team

How coronavirus helped The Big Issue go digital

When the pandemic struck, The Big Issue lost 80% of its revenue overnight. As the magazine’s vendors finally return to selling on the streets, CR looks at how a combination of quick-thinking and creativity has helped them stay afloat during the crisis

Behind the scenes at Shangri-La’s VR festival Lost Horizon

With Glastonbury’s cancellation leaving a gaping hole in the music calendar this summer, Shangri-La creative director Kaye Dunnings was determined to create a virtual experience that festival-goers could enjoy from their homes. We speak to her about bringing Lost Horizon to life