Emma Tucker is Senior Writer at Creative Review
With self-driving cars poised to take over, designers have the potential to fundamentally alter our relationship with transport. CR spoke with PriestmanGoode’s Paul Priestman and Waymo’s Ryan Powell about what the future might hold
We’re on the cusp of remotely controlling every aspect of our homes – from heating and lighting down to putting the kettle on for a cuppa. Ikea is chasing that dream with its Home Smart initiative, which is proving that connected devices should put people, not technology, first
CR speaks with High Life production designers Jagna Dobesz and Mela Melak on the challenges of imagining and creating a sci-fi future, and what it takes to bring alternate realities to life
With companies capturing information on everything from how we sleep to what we feel, it’s easier than ever for brands to overstep the line with our personal data. Are we sleepwalking into a disaster, or can companies embrace a more ethical use of our information?
There’s few that wouldn’t jump at the chance to enjoy three days off every week. But how feasible is it for the creative industry, and can design studios and ad agencies get over their always-on mentality? CR finds out
Vinyl might have made a comeback, but there’s no sign, so far, of the flexi disc doing the same. A new book from Four Corners might be about to change that
With tuition fees at an all-time high, some young creatives are questioning the value of a university education and exploring alternatives. We talk to recent students – and to one tutor – about the value of the university experience for them