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AKQA urges companies to adopt nature Code of Conscience

AKQA has invited the top 10 construction equipment companies of the world to adopt its new open source software to protect nature reserves from destruction. Despite their protective status, one third of the areas are under threat from human...

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Features

Industry Influencers: Adam Kerj

Adam Kerj is chief creative officer and MD at Accenture Interactive, Nordics. Having had a long and successful career at global agency level, he's experienced the ups and downs of doing day-to-day client work and believes it's currently the most...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Top 10 innovations from Dutch Design Week 2018

Dutch Design Week is renowned for future thinking and concept-driven projects, making it one of the top design events of the year. This year’s exhibit revolved around something that’s top of the agenda for everyone from governments to...

Posted by: Pearlfisher
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Advice

When choosing a web platform, why stop at a CMS?

These days, clients who demand the simple ability to add and remove content from a web platform with ease are faced with an abundance of choice. The digital technology market is brimming with incredibly advanced tools and hundreds of content...

Posted by: Matter Of Form
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Advertising

Account Wins of the Week

Impero - Havana Club London-based independent creative agency, Impero, have announced their appointment as a key strategic and creative partner for Pernod Ricard’s Havana Club rum. The agency will be responsible for taking the Cuban rum in a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Creative Opinions: GDPR

This week, on May 25, data protection rules across Europe will undergo the biggest change in the last two decades. It's a change two years in the making. In April 2016, after years of negotiations and legal tussling, officials agreed upon the...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Will Designers Dream of Electric Sheep?

I’m baking bread. You should too. It’s fun. Creative. Somehow messy. I personally don’t follow a recipe; it’s a pretty straight-forward process. Below is a standard recipe:(1) Dissolve yeast in warm water in a large bowl. Add the sugar, 1...

Posted by: Andrea Flamini
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Technology

Mobile World Congress 2017: The Top Stories

The mobile tech community have descended in their compact droves on Barcelona this week for the 2017 Mobile World Congress, which appears to be expanded every year as the mobile market does likewise. This year, with smartphones reaching their peak of...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Semple and Kapoor continue Colour War with Cherry-Scented Darkness

Whilst we sit on the precipice of a possible global cataclysm, it's comforting to know that people are still finding time to vent their spleens over comparatively petty matters in creative ways. On that note, artist Stuart Semple has revealed his...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

Top Tech Trends of 2017 from the Industry

AI, VR, AR. 2016 was very much the year of the double letter acronym, and, if our panel of industry experts is to be believed, then 2017 looks set to take the developments of 2016 and push them into overdrive. We asked a number of industry experts...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Rebrand Roundup: Camden Lock, Twinings, Action Against Hunger and more

Ragged Edge - Camden Lock Parent company Market Tech recently approached Ragged Edge to define and create a coherent brand for the iconic Camden Market. The approach had to be relevant to a broad millennial audience and work both on and offline, but...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Technology

#TechTuesday: TV remotes for dogs to printing chocolate with XOCO

Facebook brings wireless internet to the developing world Hoping to establish itself as the social media network that cares, Facebook this week announced it is developing wireless internet access hardware and software that can be used in areas where...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Ogilvy&Mather immerse us in historical sites destroyed by ISIS

Over the last several years, countless historical sites have been lost to the ages due to conflict and natural disasters. It's not just the buildings and artefacts that are taken either, but the heritage and culture behind them that has been left...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Technology

Google gets creative with a Virtual Theremin in the Chrome Music Lab

Google struck digital gold with their Chrome Experiments, which showed off the cool things you can pull off with little more than a simple Web browser these days. A new collection launched yesterday, however, adds a new edge to the JavaScript hacks...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

How brands and agencies celebrated International Women's Day 2016

Say what you want about adland, but it's always been an incredibly progressive industry, so it's only natural that many of the industry's biggest and best agencies and brands would want to piggyback on the social media frenzy surrounding...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Events

DeepDive: Wielding Innovation

Creativepool’s inaugural DEEPDIVE event saw Michael Tomes assembling together industry leaders to delve into the issues surrounding the sometimes precarious balance of creativity, technology and innovation within the world of...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Video Games

A Chinese games console rips off the PS4 and Xbox One

If recent images from China are to be believed, it would appear that after more than a decade of back-biting, exclusivity battles, failed motion control experiments (Playstation Move anyone?) and fanboy wars, that Xbox and Playstation have finally...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

The Week in Tech

Nintendo shoot down Android rumours Whilst all of gadget land might well be salivating at the prospect of today's impending WWDC Apple keynote speech (check back tomorrow for my thoughts on that), it is the Californian tech giants primary rival in...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

The first screenshots of the new Microsoft Browser

Very few of us will mourn the death of Internet Explorer, Microsoft's default internet browser for their Windows operating system since (seemingly) the dawn of time. Edge, however, the browser set to usurp the ancient browser when Windows 10 ships...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Warriors take a stab at rethinking Wikipedia

As part of Icon Magazine's “Rethink” project, the Glasgow-based graphic design and creative agency Warriors Studio were tasked with redesigning something they thought was in dire need of a visual upgrade. So they decided to focus their...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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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
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Technology

The Week in Tech

Firefox joins the virtual reality bandwagon Last week, Mozilla made good on their promise to bring virtual reality to the popular Firefox web browser by implementing support for WebVR (an experimental API that makes it easier to connect the browser...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Land of the free. Has charging for things become taboo?

HM Government and Tesco must have thought they'd found the Holy Grail. In an era of high unemployment and a conspicuous absence of career opportunities, the idea that the jobless could somehow be coerced into working for the ubiquitous supermarket...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

Ten of the best HTML editors

From needing to make a few simple HTML tweaks to a full website overhaul, there is a huge range of HTML editors available to download today. Ranging from the simple to the complex, and from the free to the costly, here are ten editors which stand out...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Technology

#techtuesday: Harry Potter coding kits, 3D-printed guns and other stories

Creativity, code and magic with Kano’s Harry Potter Coding Kit Kano, a company best-known for its build-it-yourself computers and coding kits, has launched a new tool teaching kids and adults to code through the magical world of Harry Potter....

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Technology

Bjarke Ingels Group unveils Dubai Hyperloop designs

Bjarke Ingels Group has finally unveiled its designs for the world's first Hyperloop high-speed transportation system in Dubai. The design reveals a fleet of cubic pods, which will transport passengers to Hyperloop's main transport hub before being...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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