Haiyan Zhang, Innovation Director at Microsoft Research and Jury President for Health & Wellness in the D&AD Impact Awards, discusses the need for empathy driven design in the health & wellness sector
Tucked among a group of imposing Victorian NHS buildings in Tooting is the Phoenix Unit, a secure psychiatric rehabilitation unit for people diagnosed with schizophrenia. The unit houses up to 18 adults at a time. For most of them, the modern-looking two-storey building, with its pastel walls, laminate floors and NHS signage, will be home […]
Submissions sought for a Getty Gallery exhibition, backed by Lynx, to “spark conversation about masculinity, mental health and self-expression through photography”
Right now, immunologists and oncologists are collaborating to invent powerful cures for cancer, genome tests are revolutionising personalised medicine, and VR is helping overcome vertigo and hydrophobia. Better yet, AI and wearables guide us to stay well, hopefully avoiding disease altogether. These are just some of the powerful stories healthcare creatives get to convey. When I came to […]
Brands using wearable tech should be looking beyond the health and entertainment sectors to how these products could change our entire relationship with the city, including its transport, says Luke Miles of New Territory
New brand Manual tackles the potentially tricky topics of erectile dysfunction and hair loss, using clever design and witty advertising to set it apart
Libresse swept the awards with its Blood Normal spot, the first UK ad for period products to feature red-coloured blood. Now the brand tackles another taboo in its new spot, by urging women to love their vulvas
Movember could have been another stunt charity moment that burned brightly but then faded away. But 15 years since its launch, it’s bigger than ever. As part of our Body week on CR, we talked to Movember CMO Juliette Smith about how it has maintained its success
Fake start-up Lifefaker appears to offer packages to create the perfect life on social media, but in fact turns out to be a clever campaign that aims to raise awareness of the mental health issues these channels can cause.
A new book from Taschen looks at how we advertised alcohol and cigarettes in the last century and offers some fascinating insights into our changing attitudes towards fags and booze.