Welcoming design projects from all parts of the world, A’ Design Award & Competition is open for entries till the end of this month. The extended dealing is March 30.
Creative Review and Adobe’s special report on the Working Lives of design leaders at some of the world’s biggest brands examines how design teams are organised, how they collaborate and the skills they need to do their work
A’ Design Award & Competition (designaward.com), the World’s largest and most diffused international design awards announced results of the 2016 – 2017 design competition: 1974 Winners from 97 countries in 96 different design disciplines. Entries were carefully evaluated by an internationally influential jury panel composed of established scholars, prominent press members, creative design professionals and experienced entrepreneurs who devoted great care and attention to details while voting each entry.
In the latest in our series highlighting great creative campaigns on Facebook and Instagram, we take a look at online retailer ASOS’s first ad campaign for Instagram Stories, which launched on the platform this summer
We’ve all heard the scare stories, but there’s no denying the rapidly evolving potential of AI, or more specifically machine learning, to enhance our working lives – be that on the factory floor or as a software tool.
Our On Brief project pairs emerging creative talent with startups to produce scroll-stopping visuals for Facebook and Instagram. Here we take a look at GIF artist Kate Bones’ collaboration with Creative England for a campaign aimed at female entrepreneurs
In our second film following on from our report into wellbeing in the workplace, British Land’s Mike Wiseman and Matt Webster discuss the changing nature of the office space within the climate of flexible working
Mobile video has exploded: mobile video consumption is increasing exponentially on Facebook and mobile is where customers watch everything from video adverts to branded content – so it’s time to adapt your content to match. People overwhelmingly prefer shorter adverts to longer ones. But on mobile, consumption is fast and attention is short, so the […]