Learning

Techniques and approaches to keep creative juices flowing

Why EQ can count for more than IQ

Developing your Emotional Intelligence is key to leading happy and successful creative teams, says Tanya Livesey, Leadership Coach and Global Head of Creative Talent at The Talent Business

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Charm, Belligerence and Perversity: The incomplete works of GBH

GBH’s self-penned monograph promises a deep dive into the branding and design studio’s psyche. But while the book is good on the ‘how’ it works for its clients, it has less to say on the ‘why’ or even the ‘should we really be doing this?’ of modern design practice

The joy of the archive

The Estate of Abram Games has launched a new website of the late, great designer’s work. Even better, it’s also possible to visit the archive in person. We look at the enduring value of such resources

Inside Red Bull Music Academy

In 18 years, Red Bull Music Academy has become a global institution, with an annual residency scheme for emerging musicians, a radio station, a network of music studios and a year-round programme of events running in 60 countries. Creative review paid a visit to the 2016 Academy in Montreal to find out the secret to its success

Flying Eye Books

Flying Eye’s beautiful books for curious children

In less than four years, Flying Eye has established itself as a publisher of immaculately illustrated, unusual kids’ books, with one now being developed into a series by Netflix. We talk to founder Sam Arthur about why business is booming in the world of children’s titles.

Not another book on branding

We talk to Michael Johnson about why the world needs his new book on branding, how to improve public perceptions of what branding does and why so many designers seem to think their peers are charlatans 

The Learning issue

Our September 2016 issue explores new skills, techniques and approaches to keep creative juices flowing

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