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Stand apart from the crowd: What a recent report means for freelancers

Just more than half (55%) of B2C marketers outsource at least some of their content marketing activities according to a recent Content Marketing Institute and MarketingProfs survey. So what can you do to set yourself apart from the other talented...

Posted by: OpenText Hightail
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Inspiration

Sharing secrets with prop & costume maker Alea Holland

Like many creatives, Alea Holland has a dream: to live off something she loves, building a career out of her craft. Having a day job in retail, there are not many outlets for creativity during daily shifts - which is why Alea has turned to costume...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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File Organization Tips For Art Directors

Today, we enter the exciting world of creative file management. I know. Sounds thrilling! But keeping your projects organized as a Graphic Designer or Art Director is crucial when things get busy. I've been using the same system for the past 8 years...

Posted by: Kevin Forister
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Three reasons to file your Self Assessment early

No-one really enjoys filing their Self Assessment. It’s that unwanted chore that you put off until the last minute, before flying into a mad January panic when you realise time’s almost up. It might not surprise you to know that, historically,...

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OMA and Bengler's Panda app disrupts the sharing economy

OMA has teamed up with creative studio Bengler to propose an app that allows workers being exploited by digital sharing platforms like Uber and Airbnb to fight back against their employers. On show as part of the Oslo Architecture Triennale 2016,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leo Burnett examine the Sharing Economy

In a new study by Leo Burnett as part of their Humans Being series, the “Surprising and unspoken realities” of the sharing economy in America are revealed. The research, which has been collated in a report dubbed “The Sharing...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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File - Print - New jawbone please. How printers are getting smart.

Printers. They are quite often the bane of our lives. With their endless paper-chewing, ink guzzling and baffling flashing lights you could mistake them for being the most inefficient and useless of our office friends. But hold your horses because...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Is an Internet Without Advertising Possible?

What does your digital utopia look like? Can the internet be governed? Or do we have to fundamentally change how it works? I believe that the internet would benefit greatly from having all advertising removed. It feels weird to think about that....

Posted by: Studio Black Tomato
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#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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Rebrand Roundup: UKIP, Moonpig, Dropbox, Auto Trader and other stories

Moonpig (in-house) Online card and gift retailer Moonpig has rebranded, swapping out its cartoon pig mascot for a simpler, typographic look. Designed by Moonpig’s in-house design team in collaboration with consultants Cat Totty and Ian Styles,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Rebrand Roundup: WeTransfer drop the transfer and other stories...

Bold Monday - WeTransfer Online file sharing service WeTransfer has unveiled a bold redesign of its identity, logo and website, which includes the rater severe step of removing the “Transfer” from the brand name. This is the first...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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The Week in Tech

The Pirate bay rises from the ashes After almost two months of downtime following a raid on its servers in December last year, The Pirate Bay is officially back online. This is hardly surprising of course, given that there has been a timer counting...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Slipped Discs. Who's buying all this vinyl?

How much would you pay for a copy of Nik Kershaw’s album ‘The Riddle’? Should you wish to add it to your iTunes collection via Apple’s store, it would cost you about £5.50. On Amazon’s marketplace, you could pick up...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Are we failing all this technology?

When the dreadful story of the mysterious disappearance of Flight MH370 dawned on the world, it was notable how many people pontificated ‘Surely all those satellites and things can track a plane anywhere.’ Some hotheads even went as far...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Closed ears. How the music industry ruined itself.

In 1999 a website called Napster appeared on the internet. With little in the way of its own content, and certainly no means nor intention of producing or releasing music, it set a ball rolling that in 2013 tumbled most of HMV’s high street...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Features

The internet - the staggering truth revealed.

The World Wide Web, it's a wonderful thing to be sure. You've got your social media for endless moaning and pictures of your holidays. You've got your YouTube for Little Mix videos and footage of other people's pets. And you've got your online...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Inspiration

Make what makes you smile - #MemberSpotlight

Richard Hill defines himself as a down-to-earth Creative Director, and we can definitely see where that sentiment comes from. As an extremely passionate creative professional, Richard can find inspiration wherever he goes, but makes it his own...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

I can’t imagine a life without photography

We can usually trace back our own passions to a very specific moment in time. For some, it was the first time they were asked to write a story as a school assignment - leading to a career in writing. For photographer Marcus Peel, it was the moment he...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Through the 3D Lenses of Manuel Ruberto

There is always something to learn from a 3D artist. Manuel Ruberto completed his MA in sculpture in Milan, only to then realise he didn't exactly want to spend the rest of his life making tombstones. The glorious days of marble Michelangelos may be...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Focus on freelancing: You’ve got the gig, now what?

5 ways to collaborate better with your new client When starting out as a freelancer, it’s not uncommon to think that the hard part will be getting new clients in the door. While that’s certainly no easy feat, making those clients...

Posted by: OpenText Hightail
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5 ways to create better marketing content

Agencies, in-house teams, freelancers - no matter who you are, our working lives are dominated by digital content. So what’s the challenge heading into 2020, and more importantly, what can you do to increase both the wellbeing and productivity...

Posted by: Canto
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Inspiration

Creativepool City Guides: Oslo

Within Oslo's city boundary there are 40 islands, 343 lakes and an entire forest. It's unique melding of urban and natural landscapes makes it an absolute trove of inspiration, and so its no wonder the city gave birth to one of the world's most...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Leaders

Agency of the Week: Wieden+Kennedy

Translating New Year resolutions for Booking.com Booking.com recently revealed the “Best 2016 Ever” campaign from Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam, which encourages people to turn their (most likely) doomed New Year’s resolutions into...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Tips for Designers

Here's some industry advice from top designers on how to get the best out of your creative process as a designer. Whether you're working for a design agency or as a freelance designer, here are our top ten design tips to help you boost your creative...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Thanks but no thanks - the rejection letter from hell.

The Great Depression aside, there has rarely been a worse time to apply for a job. And yet for anyone leaving college or school, or simply attempting to recover from the cruelty of redundancy, it has never been more essential. So with high hopes and...

Posted by: Creativepool
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12 Key Terms To Look For In Your Music License

Let’s face it. Music licensing can be pretty tedious from time to time. Okay… most of the time. But you don’t need to understand every term or nuance to purchase a music license. If you’re an advertiser looking to license...

Posted by: Bopper

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