Without rigorous processes in place, ever-increasing demands for creative work can lead to inconsistent quality, uncertainty over costs and margins and never-ending attempts to reinvent workflows to get work out of the door. Time for a more rational approach, says Jada Balster, EMEA Marketing Director, Workfront
Stand-up comedians have to be vulnerable, open to failure and somehow learn to ignore their inner critic. Sound familiar?
This is our second bimonthly issue of Creative Review, and at 164 pages it’s packed to the gills with delights, including Grayson Perry on rigour, Ben Terrett on the importance of trusting your team, James Lavelle, Vitra, Monument Valley II and how Generation Z is coming to shake up creativity…
Jeremy Deller and Rufus Norris’ commemoration to the Battle of the Somme on July 1 2016 was one of the most powerful public art projects of recent years. Here, in an extract from a new book on the project, Jon Snow interviews Deller about the work that went into this unique event
Our second Creative Leaders 50, in partnership with Workfront, celebrates the contributions of 50 people from across the UK creative industries who we feel are driving change, not just within their organisation but in the world at large