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Technology

The Week in Tech

Nvidia enter the console wars Whilst Sony's Playstation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One might be sitting pretty as the best selling games consoles on the market, there is always room for a little healthy competition. Nintendo's Wii U arguably fulfils a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Entertainment

Victoria 'Posh Spice' Beckham endorses Spice Girls spoof Project Everyone

In September 2016, World Leaders will mark the first anniversary of the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals; a plan to end poverty, fix climate change and address inequalities over the next 15 years. Issues like quality education, an end to...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Hacking Senses: Project Daedalus see the world through animal's eyes

Whilst VR (which if the media at large is to be believed is going to see something of a grand renaissance in 2016) is pretty exciting for a number of reasons, it also runs the risk of further closing the divide between reality and technology, a...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Design

Grimshaw Architects create another Eden Project in China

Grimshaw Architects, the London firm behind the Eden Project (the bubble-shaped ecological park and Cornish tourist attraction) has signed a £100 million deal to design a similar scheme in Qingdao China called (rather obviously) “China...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Design

Inside Banksy's biggest project yet: Welcome to Dismaland

Perhaps against my better judgement, I’ve always been a big Disney fan. Yes I know he was an anti-Semitic slave labourer and I’ve heard things about staff working conditions that have made my bones crease, but I personally hold nothing...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Events

‘The Art of Doing More’ - a project with Microsoft

Microsoft celebrates the launch of the Surface 3 with pop-up exhibition ‘The Art of Doing More’ Exhibition inspired by the Surface 3’s ability to empower people to do and achieve more 101 pieces of new and exclusive contemporary art to be...

Posted by: Beautiful Crime
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Technology

Chester Zoo takes Islands project online

Chester Zoo's “Islands” project, which will recreate the South East Asian islands of the Philippines, Bali, Sulawesi, Papua, Sumba and Sumatra, in a previously unused part of the zoo, was recently given an online presence by Code...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Advertising

Rubicon Project claim Quantcast's top honours

Leading advertising automation company Rubicon Project, was recently named as the number 1 ad platform in the world by Quantcast, the audience measurement company that draws its statistics from more than half a billion people worldwide. Quantcast...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

The Rubicon Project allies with DigitasLBi and Future PLC

DigitasLBi, the global, digital marketing and technology agency, recently announced an alliance with the Rubicon Project, which will see agency bringing next-level programmatic premium buying to its brands. The Rubicon Project is the operator of one...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

The creative project's worst enemy? Panic.

The late Douglas Adams wrote one of the smartest, most intriguing and funniest books of the 20th century. It was called 'The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy'. For the uninitiated, it features an electronic book (before they were real things), also...

Posted by: Magnus Shaw
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Inspiration

# Trends. Project Glass. Why Google's new technology is badly flawed.

by Magnus Shaw. Before the introduction of the iPhone and its Android counterparts, mobile phone manufacturers were locked in a frantic competition to produce ever smaller handsets. As soon as a device smaller than a fag packet was launched, another...

Posted by: Creativepool
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Technology

The latest updates from Apple

Launching a training centre in Italy Apple is set to launch a training centre in Italy where students will learn how to code and develop apps for the iOS smartphone and tablet platform. The iOS App Development Centre in Naples will have a...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Why Helvetica Now is a big deal

You may have heard Helvetica has been updated for the first time in 35 years. In the world of typography, that counts as a very well kerned and perfectly typeset Really Big Deal. But even outside of design studios, where we actively pay attention to...

Posted by: Rob Pratt
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Design

Announcing the winners for the UK's only In-House Design Awards 2018

Congratulations to all the creative teams who entered the UK's only In-House Design awards this year. To celebrate and announce the winners a party was held on Wednesday 7th November 2018 at Savills central London office within their private event...

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Awards

And the winner is....

We are pleased to announce the shortlist for the UK’s only In-House Design Awards 2018. Winner's will be announce at the evening awards ceremony on Wednesday 7th November. Tickets are FREE with pizza and drinks included but it is guest-list...

Posted by: MYWW™
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Features

Are politicians targeting you on social media?

I'm going to go out on a limb here and presume that at least 75% of the people reading this piece have an active Facebook account. Such is the all-encompassing ubiquity of the great social media titan, that it's not unrealistic of me to make this...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

The Latest Highlights & Trends in Tech

The first VR musical instrument is backed by Abbey Road A virtual reality musical instrument has been developed that can potentially mimic thousands of instruments through a unique (and really rather clever) 3D sensor. The design of the boldly named...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Technology

Google and the Looney Balloons

In this perpetually advancing technological age, we've developed a habit of taking things for granted, particularly when it comes to the internet. Just yesterday in fact, I recall sitting across from a frumpy young woman in a local eatery, who was...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Technology

The Week in Tech

Apple rev their (silent) engines If recent rumours are to be believed, it appears Apple are no longer content with simply ruling the gadget roost, they want to conquer the automotive world too. According to The Wall Street Journal, the tech giants...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Creative opportunities: Octavia Bromell on her Adobe Creative Residency

As we settle into the new year (nay, the new decade), Adobe has once again opened the doors to its Creative Residency programme for aspiring creatives hoping to turn their passion into a profession. The Creative Residency is an annual, year-long...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Getting to Know: Mark Harrison - The man who shot Prince Andrew

Mark Harrison has shot a lot of famous people in the last 20 years and the vast majority of them have thanked him for the privilege. Mark, you see, is a photographer of rare insight that has used his lens to flatter some of the most powerful and...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Getting to Know: The passionate innovation of Paulo Pimentel

It’s rare to find someone in the creative industries who will “tell it like it is” without sounding like an entitled brat but Paulo Pimentel is one of the few ‘white, middle-aged male executives’ who admits he is...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

The structured approach to chaos 

Despite common perception, organisation and creativity don’t have to be mutually exclusive. But in creative agencies – where teams juggle multiple clients with constantly changing demands – forward planning and prioritisation can seem...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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