In just over a decade, YouTube has gone from an idea three guys had to make it easier to search for video, to a key pillar in the product portfolio of the second most valuable brand on the planet. It’s the world’s leading video platform, with 400 hours of content uploaded each minute and one billion […]
Dazed has launched a new website, with a new focus on politics and science and a greater emphasis on visuals. We spoke to editor Thomas Gorton, head of digital Bridget Mills-Powell and digital designer Holly Benwell about the thinking behind the redesign
Can’t bear the thought of commuting without a podcast on the go? You’re not alone. According to Edison’s annual study on podcasting, over 67 million Americans listened to at least one podcast a month this year, a 23% uplift on 2015. Here’s the thing, it’s really easy to start your own podcast. It’s also the […]
Snap is the latest tech company to reveal its AR offering with Lens Studio: a free desktop tool that allows users to create lenses for Snapchat. Google, Apple and Facebook have all launched or announced AR platforms this year: Apple’s ARKit launched on iOS 11 in September, Facebook opened up its AR Studio tool to […]
Nike Hyper Court is a new digital platform that has launched in Manila, which offers users on-court training at five sites across the city. And each of the courts looks visually stunning, thanks to designs by artist Arturo Torres.
The V&A’s new opera show tells the story of the art form in an engaging and immersive way, thanks in part to its use of innovative graphics and sound design. We talk to the creatives behind both these aspects of a brilliantly-realised exhibition
Our On Brief project pairs emerging creative talent with startups to produce scroll-stopping visuals for Facebook and Instagram. Here we take a look at GIF artist Kate Bones’ collaboration with Creative England for a campaign aimed at female entrepreneurs
Do the Green Thing, the Pentagram-based environmental platform, has relaunched its Ungifted programme, which offers users the chance to purchase memorable experiences rather than physical gifts for their loved ones
The New Museum has partnered with creative agency Droga5 and media agency Horizon to launch New Museum LIVE, streaming art live to screens across New York throughout December
Wieden + Kennedy Amsterdam and director Ben Tricklebank have created an interactive website for Danish renewable energy company Ørsted, which aims to highlight how climate change might effect your home and loved ones.
The new identity cements a year of change for F1 as it hopes to re-engage its global fanbase. We talk to W+K’s Richard Turley, who headed up the project, about the new logo and suite of typefaces that look to the heritage of the sport while aiming to drive it forward