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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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Workshop

Million Dollar Women: Three things that resonate

I’ve been talking about the #Million Dollar Woman Summit a lot! To my tribe, my clients, my mentors and friends. And all this talking happens to coincide with the second year anniversary of me founding Perfect Tribe (thank you all for the...

Posted by: Nikki Bentley
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Features

Off and On; The twisting tale of the ITV logo.

by Magnus Shaw. Perhaps surprisingly, there's only been an official ITV logo since 1989. Until then, the network was divided into autonomous regions, each with their own brand. If you're in your thirties or forties you'll remember your own - Thames...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Workshop

Opinions - What does the future hold for an old creative?

by John Fountain Like it or not, the industry we work in is youth biased. They don't tell you this when you first start out on your career, but the fact is, when you reach about 40 years of age the trajectory of your career will change. Unless you...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

The Art of Change with Jabeen Qadri

We hear it all the time - art can change people. Creativity in itself can change people, but we did not know to which extent until we've had a chance to speak with freelance illustrator Jabeen Qadri. Jabeen was stuck in a field of study which made...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Why we should get ready to embrace change after the lockdown

If anything, COVID-19 will leave us with plenty to learn. In the past few weeks, the creative industry has worked hard to prove its non-stoppable resilience. From spots shot entirely from home to beautiful art made in isolation, creatives all around...

Posted by: Antonino Lupo
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Features

Member Spotlight: facing change with Steve Frith and TCC

For those who believe in greatness from small beginnings, TC Communication's story is certainly worth hearing. Born 35 years ago as a husband-and-wife team, TCC now works with some of the biggest brands in the world, including O2, Mizuno and...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

How can brands adapt to change in the luxury sector?

As luxury consumers' behaviour changes from 'having' to 'being', experiences are being increasingly valued as much as products. Brands can capitalise on this by creating experiences that are the sweet spot between brand aspiration and brand vision....

Posted by: Imagination
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Leaders

Indigo Award adds Design for Social Change category

This year, Indigo Award held the honour of hosting its second annual ceremony in the heart of Costa del Sol in Spain. The stunning beach town buzzed with some of the world’s best and brightest in design as the industry’s leading talent...

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Leaders

Why Weight Watchers' name change is a step in the right direction

Slimming company Weight Watchers has rebranded as WW with a renewed focus on wellness and health, rather than weight loss. While the change represents an evolution of thinking at the company, the fact that the heritage letters have been retained has...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Will virtual reality change how we use social media?

Opinion by Sol Rogers, CEO & Founder of REWIND A common criticism of VR is that it is isolating. While VR will always separate you from the real world, it can and will bring people together to communicate, experience, and play in a truly memorable...

Posted by: REWIND
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Features

Amnesty International - using creativity to change the world since 1961

Amnesty International, since its beginnings in 1961, has been the champion for human rights and justice in the streets, through letter writing and, most of all, through creativity. To mark our studiocrowd brief that searches for creative ideas to...

Posted by: Heather Deacon
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Leaders

Donald Trump vs Architects of America on Climate Change

More than 250 American architecture practices have signed an open letter to Donald Trump ahead of the president-elect's inauguration on Friday. A host of firms including Snøhetta, Brooks + Scarpa, Deborah Berke Partners and Lorcan O'Herlihy...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Because agencies can’t change on their own

The argument for diversity has been dining out for a long time now, with a lot of fat being chewed but no one quite swallowing. That is until a couple of big spenders, HP and General Mills, upped the ante with the threat of not spending their money...

Posted by: Andy Bolter
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Inspiration

Can a photograph change a life?

Sometimes I question, “What is the point of taking photographs?” I firmly believe in the power of stories, but sometimes that faith is tested. This was never truer than when I met a Syrian refugee called Khouloud on a visit to Lebanon...

Posted by: Giles Duley
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When girls create culture, they change culture

Idris Elba is a pretty cool guy. So I’m going to kick off with a quote from the man himself, before telling you why I’m so excited about Monday 11th April. “The Britain I come from is the most successful, diverse, multicultural...

Posted by: FCB Inferno
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Leaders

Does Google's 360 Suite change the game for large-scale analytics?

Google are rarely ones to be left in the dust, so when they announced their new suite of analytical tools, which have been designed with larger firms in mind, I wasn't exactly surprised. When I looked into it, however, I was pretty impressed. The...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Slack make a big difference with a small change

On August 25th, the corporate group messaging site 'Slack' unveiled a new way for developers to connect to their service: the 'Add to Slack' button. It was the culmination of a great deal of work, but it was a seemingly small detail that proved to be...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Leaders

MediaCom change attitudes toward office working

In a media industry first, MediaCom has announced the launch of Project Blend; a unique talent management initiative that shies away from the traditional media industry approach to working. Rather than focusing on the amount of hours workers spend at...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

H&M and DDB launch an award for Global Change in fashion

On Wednesday this week (August 26), the H&M Conscious Foundation and DDB Design Stockholm launched the first ever Global Change Award; one of the world’s biggest challenges for early stage innovation and the first such initiative in the fashion...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

New design conference set to change perspectives on visual design

Award-winning design consultant Emma Sexton hosts the first ever UK design event for non-designers at Thomson Reuters, Canary Wharf on 22nd September 2015. Unleash The Power is the first design event of it’s kind, on a mission to challenge...

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Features

Can blogs change an opinion?

Blogs can do many things. They can inform, entertain and sometimes educate. They can be a useful and more creative platform for someone to write more freely than when they begrudgingly trudge through the corporate work they might have to do for their...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Workshop

Signs of change

Written by Toby Thwaites, Director, Purple Consultancy - Specialists in creative recruitment Toby Thwaites and Paul Wood founded Purple in June 2000. Purple provides recruitment consultancy to advertising, design, integrated marketing, publishing,...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Inspiration

The Bursting Delicacy of Nayeli Lavanderos

It's hard to find a spot that feels out of place in Nayeli Lavanderos' works. Nayeli's style somehow feels delicate and punchy at the same time, striking that perfect balance between fragility and confidence which makes her art so attractive to the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Mark Harfield's Long-Lasting Love for Art

Mark Harfield wants to be like Pierre Soulages, Al Hirshfeld or Jean-Jacques Sempé. He wants to keep loving art for the rest of his life, and work hard enough to keep creating in his twilight years - perhaps as he enjoys some nice travel across...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Workshop

5-step guide to creating a realistic 3D display model

We, humans, are visual creatures and tend to be attracted to "nice things". That is a well known fact and can be noticed in almost every part of our lives, no matter if it is cars, furniture or even a nice bottle of wine. We react to nice design and...

Posted by: Božo Kaurić
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Inspiration

The Blind Passion of Augusto Correia

"Don't learn advertising. Learn people." Associate creative director Augusto Correia has an ardent passion for creativity. You can easily get that from his words, and how vehemently he talks about his craft. Born a musician and grown in advertising,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Workshop

Falling in love with running all over again with ASICS's Run to Feel

Back when this lockdown mess started, several countries all over the world tackled restrictions in different ways. One of the unexpected results of social distancing is that people started taking real advantage of their 'allocated' exercise hour,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

From condoms to cannabis: how to market your taboo product

The conversation around controversial and taboo sectors is changing. Topics that used to be hard to tackle even ten years ago are now out and in the open, which opens up a whole new world of possibilities for marketers and brands. It does, of course,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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