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Emojis get redesigned for the visually impaired

To coincide with World Emoji Day (17 July), the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) has announced an initiative to make emojis more accessible to the blind and partially sighted. Working with globally socially led creative agency We Are...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Giving voice to the blind – Why innovation defies accessibility

Have you seen the new iPhone? Beautiful piece of design, almost completely button-less, a joy for the eyes. But what if you can't see all that? As technology progresses and designs become more minimal, one fundamental aspect of accessibility starts...

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Top 10 Ads of the Week

180LA - Boost Mobile To address the fact that low-income and minority Americans typically face significantly more obstacles when it comes to casting their ballot this November, Boost Mobile, with the help from 180LA, is throwing its hat into the...

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#TechTuesday: From subtle sex toys to philosophical search engines

Wisp is the wearable sex toy alternative Wan Tseng, a graduate of the Royal College of Art graduate, has designed a series of erotic devices that provide a subtle, sensation-focused alternative to traditional, more 'full-on' sex toys. The Wisp...

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#TechTuesday: Dyson Flagship, Tesla Rivals, and Mover Kits

Tech Will Save Us design new wearable How does the Move Kit work? The smart cookies at Technology Will Save Us, a company that specialises in designing easy-to-use tech for children, have designed a wearable device that children can make and code...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Scope & Grey end the awkward on National Kissing Day

Scope, the charity that strives to make the UK a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as the rest of us, is celebrating International Kissing Day (July 6) by releasing a heart-warming film by Grey London, showing disabled people...

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Watch a blind mother “See” her unborn son

Huggies has announced the launch of a new campaign that presents a never-before-seen vision of the maternal bond. Created by the Brazilian agency Mood to celebrate Mother's Day in the Americas (which took place last Sunday), “Meeting Murilo” is...

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Features

Content isn’t king – timing is everything

This weekend, I learned a valuable lesson. Content isn’t king. Or at least, to be more accurate, content isn’t always king. Copy does have to be top-notch to have an impact and to inspire people to buy, sell, share, offer, sign up,...

Posted by: Ashley Morrison
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The beastly creative passion of Steve Sellick

It comes from Stephen Sellick's own fingertips that he is as passionate and fired up as he's ever been. Having started out as a freelance illustrator, Steve has now been in the industry for over 25 years, and he's seen plenty of changes in his own...

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Getting to know the holistic mind of Recursive's David Yates

As the MD of international technology studio Recursive, David Yates has to keep his finger in many pies, often at the same time. Where he really specialises, however, is in taking the disparate principles of audiovisual, IT, acoustics, lighting,...

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The ‘literally’ electric Maserati campaign created over lockdown

Ultra Brand Studio is a new creative shop launched under lockdown by ex-AKQA creatives Alistair Schoonmaker, Matt Bennett and Will Battersby. These guys were the brains behind Nike’s most awarded ad “Rise” and already under...

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Adrian Penu's quest for purpose

Inevitably, you have to try your hand at different things before you find your true vocation. It was the case of artist Adrian Penu, who spent some time with photography, film and various crafts before landing in fine art and painting. Since then,...

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The Structured Tempo of Enoch Kolo

On a surface level, two contrasting natures collide in senior designer Enoch Kolo: the structured rigour of architecture and the flowing creativity of music composition. But look closer and you'll find that Enoch has much more in store for the right...

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Inspiration

Melodies of Storytelling in Jonathan Yates

There is no secret formula to success. But many would say that your biggest achievements will stem from your own creative passion. Passion, Resilience, Determination and Curiosity. These the four magic words freelance composer and musician Johnny...

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Teresa Chan's Fragrant Creativity in Isolation

You can often hear that artists and creatives tend to feel lonely much more easily. Be it for an enhanced kind of sensitivity or a particular disposition of character, being a professional creative can be isolating and a global pandemic isn't...

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How to design with empathy and inclusion

Inclusive design. We double-dare you to find a more relevant term or concept today. With a globalised world and countless opportunities to reach all kinds of niches and communities around the planet, designing for your own needs is just another...

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Inspiration

Learning Creativity with Muneebah Waheed

You could get lost in the sheer amount of skills Muneebah Waheed has cultivated over time. Starting with nothing but the dream of becoming a creative, Muneebah set out on a journey of constant learning and fascination, from graphic design to...

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Behind the Idea: How to Seize the Awkward with Droga5 and the Ad Council

We've just wrapped up Mental Health Awareness Month and we've seen some incredible works from all across the creative industry to fight the stigma of talking about your mental health, whoever you are and wherever you are from. With suicide as the...

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Features

Member Spotlight: The Flexible Simplicity of Brigitta Nagypal

Brigitta Nagypal is a multi-faceted creative with countless passions and a long list of skills under her belt. From marketing to UI/UX design and painting, Brigitta's passions range from digital to analogue and embrace the fields of marketing,...

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Experience Will Drive the New Normal Post-COVID-19

With all the stress over COVID-19, my daughter and I had a conversation last night regarding what the world will look like when things go “back to normal.” The bigger question being what the "new normal” will look like. What...

Posted by: David Shulman
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Designing for small spaces - Facing the challenge

When I was young, my uncle gave me his stamp collection. I was instantly captivated by all these beautiful miniature artworks from across the world. I would spend hours poring over them, organising and reorganising them, by colour, or by countries...

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What is the difference between web development and web design?

Anyone looking for a new website or to redesign an existing one will have likely at some point been confused by the terms "web development" and "web design." Even if you thought you had an idea what they were about, the lines can become so blurred...

Posted by: Cefar
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Inspiration

From Museumification to Mash-ups: Five experiential trends for 2020

Surrounded by pizza museums, themed mini-golf, and interactive paintings, you'd be forgiven for thinking that we'd awoken to some kind of cartoon nightmare. But no, this is the experience economy in 2020. Experiential activations are both physical...

Posted by: Luc Benyon
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Life is a story - The power of experiential storytelling

Humans need storytelling. Starting with the first cave paintings and carvings that told the stories of hunting and gathering; myths and legends that united people into societies; the invention of the written word, manuscripts and the printing press....

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Inspiration

Personal shoppers: What’s expected of marketing in 2020

With the end of 2019 imminent, the conversations around what the marketing industry can expect in the coming year are well underway. Technology is expanding and developing at a rapid pace, and marketing is no exception. In the past year, we have...

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Open your ears – How brands can make sure they’re heard in 2020

It’s that time of year again when we start to cast off the shackles of what has been a rather turbulent year and look ahead at the beacon of hope that is the new year. In the first of our annual trend pieces for 2019, Michele Arnese, Global CEO...

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Colour me impressed - Shutterstock predicts the Colours of 2020

According to Shutterstock, the company that knows a thing or two about colour, it’s bold, saturated hues that are expected to dominate many of 2020’s top creative campaigns. It’s that time of year again where company’s start...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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