Apps, wearables, websites: the world of digital creativity
A new museum opens in France next week that combines physical replicas of the Lascaux cave system with augmented reality – the latest cultural project to use digital innovation to help protect fragile archaeological finds
Nexus Interactive Arts has created a festive AR experience for the US White House, which brings an animated version of the building to life on a dollar bill
The Design Museum’s annual Designs of the Year exhibition returns with a collection of beautiful and inspiring inventions
Each month, Malcolm Poynton of Cheil picks his favourite apps and mobile experiences for CR. This month features an app to help refugees in Sweden learn Swedish; Mr Robot VR; and the best productivity app Poynton’s ever seen.
In keeping with tradition, the release of the John Lewis Christmas ad earlier today has been greeted by a frenzy. With a new film released on Twitter, activism group Stop Funding Hate are hoping to ride the wave of interest to spread their message of peace.
With its mix of designers, artists, engineers, filmmakers and coders, Microsoft’s Lift London studio helps develop the future of how people will interact with the brand’s services and devices. Studio Head Lee Schuneman is one of CR’s Creative Leaders 50. He talks to CR about finding and nurturing talent, his role as a leader and why playing loud house music first thing in the morning contributes to the studio’s success
Craig Oldham’s work for the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign has helped communicate its ongoing demands for an inquiry into one of the darkest days of the 1984-85 miners’ strike. With the home secretary ruling out an investigation last week, we talk to the designer about where the protest – and the visual language behind it – goes next