Yes, we’ve had a redesign, with a new look, new sections and a new focus on what it takes to be a creative leader
TAONR has launched an ‘intergenerational’ crowd-sourcing platform in an attempt to foster ideas for social innovation, develop prototypes and continue working towards a world where age does not matter.
The winners of this year’s D&AD Awards were announced at a ceremony in London last night, with judges giving out two black pencils, three white and 61 yellow. Here’s a look at the most awarded agencies and projects
A monthly selection of the best of the Internet by Marieke Dekker, a strategist at SuperHeroes Amsterdam. This month Dekker examines a Google Chrome Experiment with virtual art; a website devoted to the British coastline; and a National Geographic journey through Yellowstone Park, from a bear’s point of view
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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
The IBM 1401 and Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE (shown below) are among the computers featured in the series by photographer Docubyte and production studio Ink.
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
Illustrator Christoph Niemann has created a charming augmented reality cover for The New Yorker magazine which transports viewers to an animated cityscape via a ride on the subway.