Wearables with purpose

For everyday use, AR headsets such as Google Glass are not quite there yet, but there is huge potential in more specific devices for industry and sport. Swift Creatives’ Carsten Eriksen has some ideas for AR at work and play

Dear Esther Barbican

PlayStation in concert

In May this year, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will present a concert of music from PlayStation games at the Royal Albert Hall in London. We talk to composer Jessica Curry about creating music for games, and how perceptions of the games industry are changing.

Anna Higgs

Introducing our new Ask Anna column

Feel stuck or stressed by your career? Or maybe you feel you’re in the wrong career altogether? Worry no more: Creative Review is here to help, via our new agony aunt, creative director Anna Higgs.

Type v tech in a world of digital brands

The modern brand doesn’t only need to look and feel like the brand, it has to sound, move and interact with other technology like the brand, says Sebastian Koseda. As ‘brand’ becomes less of an identity and more of an entity how will typography evolve alongside it?

Funny how? Presenting the CR Humour Issue

In our February/March issue, CR gets serious about being funny feat. Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, Lisa McGee, Naresh Ramchandani, David Kolbusz, Roz Chast, Emily Oberman, Asterix, Stephen Collins, Dominic Wilcox and, yes, the DLR

How Mark Kamau is bringing free internet to Africa

Kenyan designer, innovator and entrepreneur Mark Kamau founded BRCK which creates tech products that help improve the lives of Africans. At Design Indaba 2018 he discussed how his work is giving Africans the chance to plug into the internet for free