Vice founder and chief executive Shane Smith discusses the company’s rapid expansion, making content that resonates with young people and why he believes native TV advertising is more sustainable than traditional branded spots
A monthly selection of the best of the internet by Marieke Dekker, a strategist at SuperHeroes Amsterdam. This month’s picks include a murder mystery-themed music video, a slick website for production company Resn and a personalised game from Old Spice
Our new issue is packed full of help and advice for anyone starting out in the creative industry, whether you are a new graduate or thinking of launching a new business
We invited CR readers to submit questions on anything from getting that first placement to funding your own business to Pip Jamieson, founder of creative network The Dots. We also added some of our own. Here are her responses
Have you been learning hand-lettering? Coding in a day? Knitting toys or whittling spoons in the woods? We want to know what the best creative workshop you’ve ever been on was – and the worst
In the first of a regular series for CR, Malcolm Poynton picks his favourite mobile experiences of the month, including an ingenious app to avoid cows on the road in India and, of course, a certain Pokémon game
Creatives in New York have launched a She-Moji keyboard with 400 female characters while Google has revealed a new set of female emojis for Android
A look at the Yellow Pencil-winning advertising projects from this year’s D&AD New Blood Awards, including a volunteer programme for shoe brand TOMS, an inventive window display for John Lewis and a retro game which aims to raise funds for endangered species
Craft still matters in digital design, but, argues Code Computerlove’s Tom Bradley, more important is the process of development, and the ability to accept that sometimes you might be wrong.
As the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset is finally available for consumer purchase – you can now buy it on Amazon! – we take a look back at the headsets that got us here, courtesy of VR studio Visualise, who have shared their collection of prototypes with us.