The Mover Kit is a wearable that reacts to activity: kids can code it to be a game, a bike light, a disco bracelet… or whatever they can think of
Following his recent CR article on copywriting and social media, we talk to Nick Asbury about writing, technology and @botconference, his Twitter bot that posts live updates from a non-existent conference – and poses questions about how language works in the process
This June will see the third SohoCreate festival, bringing together the diverse community of the most creative square mile in the world, Soho. We talk to SohoCreate CEO Tom Harvey and its chair Sir John Hegarty about the aims of the festival and what makes Soho special, and reveal details of this year’s programme
Deutsche Telekom and Saatchi & Saatchi have created Sea Hero Quest, a new mobile and online game, which is designed to provide scientific data every time it is played. This data will be used directly to aid research into dementia.
Our May issue is all about social media, with advice on how to run successful Kickstarter campaigns, work with YouTube influencers and make great content for Tumblr, Facebook and Instagram. It’s also our Annual, with over 100 pages of outstanding design, advertising and creative projects selected by a panel of industry experts
In an ambitious take on repackaging an artist’s back catalogue, Phil Collins recreated the covers of each of his solo albums for a new series of reissues with help from photographer Patrick Balls and digital imaging specialist Martin Griffin. Here’s how they did it
The role of the cinema projectionist is one of great importance though often little recognition. In a new series of photographs, Richard Nicholson captures those performing the job today, as the industry transitions from film to digital.
A monthly selection of the best of the internet by Marieke Dekker, a strategist at SuperHeroes Amsterdam.
Creative Review has partnered with the Berlin School of Creative Leadership to offer one reader the chance to win a partial scholarship to its Executive MBA in Creative Leadership
The creative industries will miss out if they don’t embrace different minds, says Neil Ayres. To mark World Autism Awareness Week, he talks to a group of artists and designers – including Alan Gardner, The Autistic Gardener – about the advantages that neurodiversity can bring.