Advances in AI make it likely that we will soon see fully-automated design and creative services delivering optimised messages with maximum impact. So what will creative people do instead?
“We need people to consider the idea that these kids have latent talents but they just need the opportunity for someone to recognise that there could be something there, scratch the surface a little bit and give them some hope…. We need that.”
This funny and pretty dark campaign for US non-profit Common Sense stars Will Ferrell as a dad who is hopelessly addicted to his smart phone.
A new report from the Creative Industries Federation examines the role that international talent plays in the UK’s creative sector and offers recommendations on how government can enable EU and non-EU creatives to continue to produce great work in the UK, post-Brexit
The new development promises ‘affordable’ space for 1,800 creatives in a huge new project by the Thames
Impossible Project, the company that revived production of Polaroid film in 2008, is today rebranding as Polaroid Originals, and launching a new analogue instant camera, the Polaroid OneStep 2. We talk to creative director Danny Pemberton about returning to the name and how he turned to the classic Polaroid archive to created the identity for the new brand.
In the latest episode of Google Design Advocate Mustafa Kurtuldu’s YouTube and podcast series aimed at improving understanding between designers and developers, he talks to Yasmine Evjen, a Design Advocate on the Google Design Relations Team, about learning design skills and debate whether technical expertise helps or hinders the creative process.