Apps, wearables, websites: the world of digital creativity
Plumen’s Nicolas Roope has some advice for anyone thinking of starting up on their own
Malcolm Poynton returns with his monthly pick of his favourite pieces of recent mobile entertainment and advertising. We’re liking the sound of the Sausage Nonnas
In the first of a series of articles looking at creative talent on Instagram, we speak to artist Gill Button, who received some unexpected commissions after posting personal work on the site…
For everything from documentaries to revivals of old corporate identity manuals and wearable devices, Kickstarter has become the key platform for securing financial backing. Having just run a successful campaign, Tim Malbon shares what he has learned
Co-working spaces offer both flexibility and the sense of community that freelancers or those starting out often miss from larger offices. We visited three co-working spaces in Manchester to examine the various models on offer and how their owners seeks to make those who work there feel like they are part of something bigger
While BrewDog may have pioneered the concept with its Equity for Punks, a growing number of creative businesses are turning to equity crowdfunding as a means both to raise money and to grow their communities at the same time
The Belmond Copacabana Palace hotel in Rio has installed a series of works by the Icelandic artist, including a light projection that plays out on the building’s facade each evening and reflects the share of the medals presented at the Olympics that day.
The brand, which is an official sponsor of the Olympics this year, invites viewers to party with the ‘Skol Delegation’ and in turn remix a version of the theme from Chariots of Fire.