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Leaders

Why is Facebook building a neuroscience centre?

Facebook has long been one of the world’s most recognised innovators. The social media giant is now taking its research to the next level, having announced investment in a dedicated neuroscience centre. However, Facebook’s new initiative is...

Posted by: Saddington Baynes
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Our take on the Publicis debate: Creativity vs. AI?

Controversy has been rippling across the creative world these last couple weeks after Publicis - the world's third largest advertising agency - announced a shocking strategic pivot. And we’re all still reeling from the news. In a bold move,...

Posted by: Saddington Baynes
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Features

How neuroscience can save Christmas for brands

Yes, it's September, and you're not the only one wondering where the year went right now. Excuse the 'C' word, but Christmas is around the corner, at least for consumers. Brands will already have most of their planning ready for this year, and they...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Engagement Insights®: Neuroscience Emerges in Creative Design

In the modern world, we’re bombarded by images: the average person is exposed to as many as 5,000 adverts every day. That’s one advert every 11.52 seconds. How do you make imagery stand out from an endless flood of data? This is the...

Posted by: Saddington Baynes
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Leaders

How a pandemic changes brand perceptions

There's no denying that the pandemic has changed consumer behaviour worldwide, forcing the whole creative industry to find new ways to adapt to a new normal. What was perfectly reasonable and effective in a world dominated by reason and logic, such...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Features

Getting to Know... Shnoosee Bailey, ECD & Managing Partner at HeyHuman

Imagination is a tough and cheeky beast to tame. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't, sometimes it works just enough to get you annoyed for not coming up with a full-rounded idea. In other cases, it starts really early-on - with a tree looking...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Shortcutting Video: The proven effectiveness of 2-second ads

A research and neurological study from IPG Mediabrands Netherlands and publisher Sanoma has revealed that an ultra-short advertisement is able to convey brand, product and message much more effectively than the first few seconds of a regular spot -...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Why the right music is key to cracking Christmas campaigns

By Heather Andrew, UK CEO, Neuro-Insight... With Christmas ad spend set to hit an all-time high, the race is on again to achieve the coveted most memorable ad. Previous years have taught us that the aim of the game with festive spots is emotional...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Workshop

How Much Creativity You Should Put Into Your Writing Job

Not everyone is born with a natural knack for writing and those who know they have what it takes often find themselves at odds with what they are able to produce, versus what their employer wants. In many cases, the writer’s creative mind...

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Leaders

Rebrand Roundup: New designers, the RAF, feeling super and other stories

Village Green - New Designers Graduate show New Designers has unveiled a new visual identity, featuring imagery that depicts a mishmash of brightly coloured materials and objects. Now in its 33rd year, the two-week-long graduate show highlights the...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

J. Walter Thompson join the AI race with Pangaea

J. Walter Thompson today officially announced Pangaea, an internal AI solution that allows anyone in its global network to ask questions and get answers from any of their 12,000+ colleagues around the world. Built by J. Walter Thompson Worldwide,...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Book Review: The Secret of Successful Advertising?

I must admit to being slightly addicted to books about how people are persuaded to buy things. Yet the very preponderance of such books indicates that there are very many competing opinions and theories of 'How we decide’ (also the title of one...

Posted by: Steve Osborne
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Industry

Top 10 Highlights To Expect At Eurobest 2016

The count-down has begun for another top event bringing together the brightest thinkers and the best creative work. From the organiser of Cannes Lions, Eurobest is the world’s most prominent celebration of European creativity. The festival...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Brand Case Studies: How Vinaya made wearable tech emotional

Vinaya is one-part design studio and one-part research lab, a brand cleverly positioned at the juncture between human experience and technology, interested in finding new ways to unite the two in a less absent-minded future. Kate Unsworth,...

Posted by: Kate Lewin
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Leaders

Coley Porter Bell celebrate Centenary anniversary for The RAF

To mark the centennial of the RAF, Coley Porter Bell has developed a new strategic and creative campaign proposition celebrating the oldest independent air force in the world. Primarily targeting millennials, the “RAF100” campaign was...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Inspiration

Meet Neil Davidson: Generation-Tinder Expert & 2016 Annual Judge

We first met Neil Davidson back in October at the Festival of Marketing. His tenacity to analyze and explore our ever-evolving relationships with brands sparked our interest and intrigue to hear more. His presentation, “How Do You Get...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Former DDB execs embrace gender equality at new consultancy

Karen See, the former Chief Communications Officer for DDB Group Asia Pacific, and Sharn Bedi, the former Managing Director for DDB Remedy Asia Pacific, have teamed up to launch an executive leadership consultancy set champion gender diversity and...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
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Leaders

Live streaming from AdWeek: Liberty Theater: Wednesday

Live Stream: 9:00 - Native Ad Forum We have arrived at a turning point for advertising on the modern Internet. A moment where we lay to rest the notion that interruption is the core tactic to produce attention and commit to a future built on...

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Leaders

Christopher Graves, Ogilvy PR's Global CEO, bags another Atticus Award

Christopher Graves, the CEO of Ogilvy PR Global, has bagged the WPP Atticus Award for Public Relations and Public Affairs, his third Atticus Award, including the Atticus Grand Prix he won in 2012 for original published thinking in branding and...

Posted by: Benjamin Hiorns

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