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WCRS launch late-night Evening Standard campaign

To launch a one-off special supplement (The Late Night Standard) ESI Media, owners of The London Evening Standard, launched a marketing campaign created by WCRS. First announced at Goodstuff’s Creative Showcase in June, The Late Night Standard...

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Does the Oculus Rift set the standard for VR in 2016?

In the interest of balance, Iv'e decided to cover the news currently rocking the tech world as more of a think piece taking a thorough look on both sides of the fence. First, however, the facts:- It seems like forever and a day that we’ve been...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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SEO Corner - Building useful content briefs

Working closely with content marketing teams is an inevitable part of the SEO professional’s daily life. A majority of the interaction happens through managing the creation of content. SEOs, for better or worse, put their watchful gaze on each...

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Anonymous Hosting and Online Anonymity

You are not the only one trying to keep your web host's IP address and domain name hidden from the public. No wonder, based on all the easy ways to find out who is hosting a website, including WHOIS (domain registration records), the payment methods...

Posted by: Anna Koretskaya
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Simplifying the overcomplicated with Suzuki | #BehindTheIdea

Car manufacturer Suzuki UK recently launched its new brand campaign, “Suzuki Good Different” to celebrate the perception that the brand and its cars are different from everything else on the market. The campaign was created by Iris and...

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How to maximise your inbound marketing impact with web scraping

Interested in magnetizing customers to your website? According to Andrius Palionis, VP of Enterprise Sales at Oxylabs.io, ethical web scraping - the process of extracting valuable marketing data from public website pages - is one of the most powerful...

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#GettingToKnow the Ted Lasso of sports advertising - Josh Green

Josh Green is the Boston-born, London-based Executive Creative Director at sports + culture agency Octagon and sister agency FRUKT. He leads the agency’s creative output across six European offices in London, Barcelona, Madrid, Paris, Frankfurt...

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Hoarders matter - Why businesses should embrace advertising hoarding

While new forms of advertising are continuously emerging to cater for the technologically advanced consumer, one form of out-of-home (OOH) marketing never goes out of fashion - advertising hoardings. Advertising hoardings are bold, grandiose, and...

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Designing our time - The case for R&D and a 4-day work week

An approach to doing better work We’re often asked about the way we work. New clients understandably want to look behind the curtain to better understand our approach, process and culture. They want to know when we’re available, and what...

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Industry

Drawing a hard line under sexual harassment | #CannesLions2022

Sexual harassment is the kind of thing that, by all rights, should have been weeded out of existence decades ago. As a species, I’d like to think we’ve evolved enough socially since the “boys club” days of the 1960s to be able...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Bringing dreams to life with Izabel Ciesinska | #MemberSpotlight

“From my earliest days in the crib, I longed for nothing more than to look at pictures and draw them.” These are the words of this week’s Member Spotlight honouree, Izabel Ciesinska, an illustrator who might very well have been born...

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How to not commit ‘fraud’ in your day job | #PurposeMonth

Fraud. It’s the sort of thing prosperous and portly men in custard-stained three-piece suits commit. It’s the act of the corpulent quasi-banker and have-a-go crim with a knack for persuasion and loopholes. It’s grubby and...

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What streams are made of...

I was just explaining to my 10 year old son about how, when I was his age, if you missed an episode of Doctor Who, you missed it. I mean, it was gone, you’d literally missed it. You couldn’t catch up, you couldn’t buy the DVD, you...

Posted by: Tony Pipes
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Features

The Green Claims Code in a nutshell | #SustainabilityMonth

Some 28% of consumers stop purchasing certain brands or products for ethical or sustainability-related concerns. To help that sink in, it’s nearly 1 in 3 consumers, and definitely more than a quarter. These findings by Deloitte shook the agency...

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The best OOH campaigns of the 21st century according to the experts

COVID might not be in the rearview mirror just yet but it’s at least starting to feel like it. So, with the first traces of sunshine now officially hitting our high streets, we thought it was about time to take a look at a marketing medium that...

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12 unexpected graphic design trends to watch for in 2022

When everything is said and done, the graphic design trends of 2022 are a motley crew. Frasurbane and anti-design, escapism and grunge, doodles and parametric patterns are some of the themes explored. It's difficult to envision any of these diverse...

Posted by: Chris Bicourt
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The eye of a very creative storm | #CompanySpotlight

A design agency with almost 30 years of progress behind them, Storm Brands, in their own words "build brands that mean business" We caught up with Managing Director Caroline Dilloway this week to discuss how Storm weathered the chaos of COVID and...

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Are media measurement frameworks getting an overhaul in 2022?

Measuring success across an entire customer journey has never been more hotly debated than now. Media expert Matt Nesbitt explains how and why. Navigating a fragmented landscape With the lurking third party cookie deprecation and the eradication of...

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Inspiration

The studio saving masturbation from the bottom drawer | #BehindTheIdea

It’s not something we like to talk about in so-called ‘polite society’ but most women masturbate at least once a week. To celebrate rather than tut over these findings, the award-winning visual design and innovation studio Morrama...

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Why bold design is good business

Design is a great differentiator. It can stop people in their tracks. Make them laugh. Bring them to tears. And even set your brand apart from the competition - if you dare to be bold. It’s important to understand what we mean by design. Too...

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The next frontier - The rise of NFTs in retail

Great news: according to The Collins Dictionary, NFT was the word of 2021, which means there now exists a go-to way to explain these elusive virtual tokens to your grandparents... Defined as “a unique digital certificate, registered in a...

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How less data can mean more success in B2B marketing

For years, the marketing industry has relied on an abundance of data insights to drive marketing strategy and campaigns. As marketers, there was a time when we were spoilt for choice with data opt-in as standard, third party cookies and even...

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Features

How one agency is reintroducing web standards to the world

In February 2020, digital design and technology agency Studio 24 was awarded the contract to redesign the website of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). For those unaware, this is the prestigious, international organisation founded by the inventor...

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Inspiration

Creativity v automation: Why the benefits outweigh the barriers

The automation of specific functions has been met with two dominant barriers: one being the perception that only humans can do ‘creative’ tasks, and the other is the fear of humans being replaced by machines in a cost-saving exercise. If...

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