Magazine

displaying 1 - 36 of 74 results

*

Advertising

Saatchi & Saatchi say “Labour isn't working”

Saatchi & Saatchi has not only announced that they won't be backing the Labour Party for this year's general election, but expect the Conservatives to win. CEO Robert Senior said that, though the agency handled the advertising for Labour's campaign...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Technology

UK banning sale of petrol and diesel cars in 2040

The UK is looking set to join France in banning the sale of all diesel and petrol vehicles from 2040. The ban forms part of the UK Plan for Tackling Roadside Nitrogen Dioxide Concentrations, the government's £3 billion vision for improving the...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Advertising

General Election 2017: Adland Roundup

It's finally here. The 8th of June, 2017. Snap UK General Election Day. A day that will live in infamy. Probably. In all honesty, the vast majority of us are probably just glad we can finally draw a line under all of this divisive piffle tomorrow and...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Economy

Jeremy Corbyn is the most searched political leader online in the UK

Ahead of the UK General Election this Thursday (08/06/17), new online search trends analysis research has reveals that Labour was the most searched for political party by the UK public from April to May 2017. Captify, a Search Intelligence driven...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Features

Are politicians targeting you on social media?

I'm going to go out on a limb here and presume that at least 75% of the people reading this piece have an active Facebook account. Such is the all-encompassing ubiquity of the great social media titan, that it's not unrealistic of me to make this...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Technology

When AR and VR combined: Say hello to Mixed Reality

Don’t worry - I get it. You click on the title of this article and think “my god what?!” ANOTHER new medium, tech trend/fad/what-do-you-macallit I need to get my head around? Hush. Breathe. Sit down. Let me explain things to...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
*

Economy

Robots Will NOT Steal UK Jobs. They Could Create More

Despite ongoing fears and speculation that robots could steal British jobs, new data reveals that the majority of industry professionals (63.3%) have never witnessed job losses as a result of the introduction of robots or automated processes....

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Technology

Tech Trends: AI in 2017

Artificial intelligence was a pretty universally feared and mistrusted concept until very recently, one that was largely ignored by the mainstream media, and relegated instead to the fringes of science fiction. In 2017, however, AI is everywhere....

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Technology

How the Internet of Things is making the world a better place

When Ericsson’s former CEO, Hans Vestburg, said in a 2010 presentation that the world would have 50 billion connected devices by 2020 (you can find a great list of the best 50 here), we all kinda knew The Internet of Things was headed somewhere...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
*

Advertising

ANR BBDO starts the first Trade Union for AI

Digitisation, robotics and globalisation mean the labour market is in constant change, and the Swedish Part Model (the collaboration between trade unions and employers' organisations) is part of that journey. TCO, The Swedish trade union...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Technology

Rise of the Machines: Examining the robotic landscape in 2016

OK I'll level with you, that headline is more than a little clickbaity, as we're still decades away from an actual, potential robotic uprising. The last few years have seen a marked increase, however, in the use of robotics in not only manufacturing,...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Advertising

Agencies share rejected Remain posters post-Brexit

I've waffled on enough already about the unmitigated disaster that has been the Brexit, and it's unlikely that a better advertising campaign could have saved us from the gallows, but it's still fun sometimes to ask ourselves “What If?” In...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Technology

Tech Hacks: Ink mapping technology brings tattoos to life

Tattooing is a varied art form, the oldest tattoos ever discovered were found on the body of Ötzi the Iceman who lived sometime around the late 4th millennium BC. And over the centuries tattooing has been used by clans, oriental cultures,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
*

Economy

Y&R prove that Britons trust the EU more than UK Government

According to new research conducted by the Brand Asset Valuator BAVlab consultancy from Y&R, Britons trust the EU more, and believe it is significantly more relevant, than their own Government. Y&R used their bespoke model to conduct a BAV Best...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Economy

Tony Blair asked AllofUs to reinvent his educational platform

The internet is, by and large and on balance, a force for good in the world. We honestly believe that. It's also a place where people are free to reinvent themselves, largely free of prejudice. So, even with our misgivings regarding former prime...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Advertising

adam&eveDDB and Harvey Nichols strip Jeremy Corbyn down to his pants

We appear to be living through an age of divisive political figures. Whether that's down to the prevalence of media coverage in 2016 or the fact that simply people are bored of the “Same old suits” is open for debate, but wherever you...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Advertising

Ogilvy Pride launches in Hong Kong

For an industry built on a foundation of creativity, inclusivity and forward-thinking idealism, adland still has a way to go when it comes to workplace diversity. We've come a long way since the days of Mad Men of course, but there's still a long...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Design

Tokyo Students design an architectural 3D Printing Pen

As someone who actually owns a 3D printing pen, but struggled to even create a decent stick figure after hours of turmoil, this recent development certainly impressed me, but also left me feeling more than a little bit lacklustre. A group of...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Advertising

Cannes Lions announce some major changes

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has announced some significant changes that will come into effect in time for the 2016 awards. These changes will see the Press Lions become the Print & Publishing Lions and Digital Craft split...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Advertising

Agency of the Week: Saatchi & Saatchi

Telling a surreal tale of love in Thailand GrabCar Saatchi & Saatchi Thailand has launched a new campaign for GrabCar with an online film, which acts as a sequel to their launch film “Super Easy Life.” The new film, called “Super...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Technology

The Internet of Food: How tech will shape our food futures

Say hello to the 'internet of food’. A new buzz term used to describe the interconnectedness of physical objects that collect and exchange data about food preparation, consumption and exercise. Millennials believe that technology should play...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
*

Design

London's Garden Bridge receives £2 million but still faces set backs

UPDATE Since I reported on the Garden Bridge last week, it appears there has been something of a reversal in its potential fortunes. Public opinion has been mixed from the start, but whilst it appeared the £175 million plan was previosuly certain...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Features

The Art of the Production Line at the Barbican

Travel has become a favourite theme of galleries recently. First we saw KK Outlet get cheeky with their Commute Nice, London show, and now the Barbican are mid-way through their show Station To Station: A 30 Day Happening. Having travelled through...

Posted by: Jade French
*

Advertising

Account Wins of the Week

Y&R New Zealand – Autotrader After a competitive pitch, the iconic kiwi motoring brand Autotrader has appointed Y&R NZ to handle creative and media accounts. Autotrader is one of the most trusted automotive brands in New Zealand, with online...

Posted by: Industry Updates
*

Features

Six US presidential candidate logos reviewed

In the UK, those standing for parliament always use the branding of their party. During the run-up to the recent general election, you may have noticed Labour candidates' posters were red and yellow with a red rose; Tories were all blue and white...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
*

Advertising

UK Election 2015 in advertising

Today (7 May 2015) marks the commencement of the first UK general election in five years, and by necessity, it looks to be perhaps the most closely fought election battle in recent history. With 7 leaders fighting for your vote this time around, it's...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Design

Election 2015: It's all a game

For young people in 2015, it would appear that there is nothing quite as unsexy as politics. To be completely honest, I can't blame them, as the whole political system has nosedived into a complete farce over the last decade or so. What was once a...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
*

Features

The Power Of Crowdsourcing

The Internet is a prime place to gather people together. Sometimes you don’t necessarily need a group of trolls coming together to slam the Yeezy Boost, or unendingly comment on the blue-black-gold-white dress debate. You might wonder why these...

Posted by: Jade French
*

Economy

Ed Milliband makes creative promises

When it comes to politics, I personally put little stock in the personality of a party leader. Just because a person comes across as unlikeable and more than a little boring, doesn't necessarily mean they will make a poor leader or that their...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

Back to Magazine

ad: Check out our profile and live jobs!
ad: Check out our profile and live jobs!
ad: Date a Creative