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On paper - Learning from Boris Johnson's messy folds

Unless you’ve been living under a metaphorical rock, (and I wouldn’t blame you, the atmosphere over here in the UK has been pretty febrile) the last few weeks have lead us to changing political horses again. Well, when I say...

Posted by: Richard
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Industry

Proving your green credentials online

One of the standout events of last year’s COP26 summit was the landmark inclusion of key players in the luxury industry. Key luxury brands committing themselves to the climate crisis and to achieving net zero by 2050. Global powerhouse LVMH...

Posted by: Matter Of Form
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Features

Luxury that lasts: Six tenets for timelessness

From business models to branding, ideas of luxury are shifting rapidly. Keeping up with tech, anticipating sector developments and being part of cultural conversations are only a handful of essentials for luxury brands who wish to sustain the...

Posted by: Matter Of Form
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Inspiration

Why I changed my name - Playing the studio name game

Quite some time ago, I decided to move away from my old business name (Severn Agency) and am now working under my new studio name &Something. I wanted to take this opportunity to talk about the process, the reasons why, and how I went about...

Posted by: Tony Clarkson
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Industry

How to make the tech industry more inclusive | #TechMonth

The tech world has made some major strides towards gender inclusivity over the last decade. But the industry still has a long way to go if it’s to become truly reflective of the world in which we live. In order to do this, it’s important...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Bringing your creative kicking and screaming into the digital world 

The way people consume information and entertainment has changed a great deal over the past decade or so. Traditional channels like print, which fell in circulation by 55% between 2010 and 2020, are no longer the places where consumers look to keep...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Workshop

Remote Control: Monetising your lockdown

Panic mode has officially been engaged and no industry is safe from the fallout. The tendrils of COVID-19 have spread with wanton abandon, latching onto every sector; decimating some whilst only wounding others. For freelancers, the sting is...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Leaders

Great customer experience adds value and makes our lives better

A conversation with David Shulman, chief experience officer of VMLY&R on how his recent visit to India shaped his opinions on the significance of customer expereince. The often-ignored subject of customer experience is gradually becoming an...

Posted by: David Shulman
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Workshop

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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Workshop

SEO corner - The story of great copy

Ever since our ancestors first gathered around campfires, listening in silent wonder to spoken history, people have always loved stories. We’re hardwired to adore a tale well told - which is one of the many reasons great copy is critical to...

Posted by: The Being Group
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Inspiration

Metaverse vs Makerverse: Who’s a pretty boy, then?

Today’s musing was spurred on from reading an article at the weekend by Alex Hern reviewing a new book (an interesting choice of channel to publish through) by Matthew Ball - The Metaverse: How It Will Revolutionize Everything. You likely know...

Posted by: Richard
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Inspiration

The content curate - Getting your language right

Today’s census news that in the UK (and apologies for the country-centricity here, but I can only only write from experience and the UK is where I’m based) there are more over-65’s than under-15’s now. Which is interesting...

Posted by: Richard
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Inspiration

Jackdaw or magpie? Borrowing versus learning

When is someone else's good idea just too good to resist? Bad artists borrow, good artists steal. Or is it the other way around? Or are the best artists the ones who use the right tools or learn to make better ones? Corvids are great. And great...

Posted by: Richard
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Inspiration

What are you working towards?

Sometimes, particularly when I hit a quiet spell, I start to wonder about the value of much of the work we do in an agency, work which never sees the light of day. More especially, the wonder leads to the dilemma of worrying about our contributions...

Posted by: Richard
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Industry

5 Tips to get started with Cleantech PR

Imagine you’re leading a scrappy cleantech start-up. You’re equipped with a vision for a healthier planet, a groundbreaking innovation that’s ready to make an impact, and the engineering muscle to bring it to life. Your team is...

Posted by: Orange Bird
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Leaders

Bringing back fairness and transparency into image sharing

Content sharing is now easier than ever before. On social media like Instagram and others, content can be forwarded in a matter of seconds. But who is paying the consequences of this increased convenience and connectivity online? Of the 3 billion...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

The very modern problem of Greenwashing | #SustainabilityMonth

Virtue signalling is by no means a 21st century invention. For decades people have been popping their heads up above the pulpit to loudly add their voices to the genius of the crowd to make themselves look good. It’s good PR, frankly. But we...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Are monopolies destroying creativity? #HotTake

When news broke yesterday of Microsoft’s staggering bid to buy Activision Blizzard for a shade over £50 billion, three thoughts immediately ran through my head. Awesome, more games for me to enjoy on Game Pass. Wait a minute, isn’t...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns
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Features

Other Pot Noodle brands are not available

Last week, Peter 'Snakebite' Wright sensationally won the PDC World Darts Championship title for the second time in an epic comeback. With his iconic hair, Wright is a real character, so it may not come as a complete surprise that instead of cracking...

Posted by: The 10 Group
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Industry

Aural sculpture - Shaping the virtual sounds of the future

In 2021, amp predicted a rise in investment in audio branding and audio-focused content. As many brands shifted to more immersive digital storytelling and e-commerce, the role of sound in branding across all industries has significantly changed. New...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Why all managers should get a Mental Health First Aid certification

Even before the pandemic, the stigma around mental health was starting to get lifted as more voices around the industry focused on the importance of voicing one's concerns, and seeking prompt help whenever possible. If anything, the pandemic could...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

How to reach a more inclusive online customer experience

Good user experience isn't measured by how attractive a website or application can be. There are a number of elements at play when designing effective online UX, but most of them run through clarity of communication and accessibility. Following the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial

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