In this feature from our social media issue, Jill Gray, creative strategist at Facebook’s Creative Shop in London, talks us through the do’s and don’ts of advertising on the platform
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
Each year, our Annual judges select projects of special merit for our Annual’s Best in Book section. Here are this year’s Best in Books in Digital
The 2016 Creative Review Annual, in association with Arjowiggins Creative Papers, launched on Thursday with a fabulous party at House of Vans in London
Speaking at Ad Week Europe in London yesterday, Snapchat’s VP of content Nick Bell discussed some of the misconceptions surrounding the platform, how it differs to other social networks and how much it really costs to advertise
To accompany The Poster Remediated, the main exhibition at this year’s Warsaw Poster Biennale, a competition has been launched to animate a selection of the world’s best examples – with classic work from Milton Glaser and Roman Cieślewicz to experiment with.
A monthly selection of the best of the internet by Marieke Dekker, a strategist at SuperHeroes Amsterdam.
Speaking at creative conference Offset on Saturday, visual designer and director GMUNK (Bradley Munkowitz) spoke about projection mapping, experiments with light, using social media to catalogue his inspirations and his fascination with OpArt…
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
Speaking at creative conference Offset in Dublin on Friday, illustrator Mr Bingo spoke about his Hate Mail project, why he sends random abuse to strangers and how he raised £135,000 for a book of his postal trolling on Kickstarter