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  • May 26 2020 11:00

    Today Ex-Apple designer to launch a product that competes with Apple itself

    Christopher Stringer was a designer at Ideo, who helped create Dell’s hit ’90s design language, before he got the call from Jony Ive in 1995 to join Apple. Stringer went on to become a key figure in one of the most influential industrial design teams in history, launching dozens of products from Pow... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 26 2020 10:43

    Today How influencers can help brands create positive content during Covid-19

    Influencers have been quick to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, providing help, advice and entertainment to audiences at home. Here, The Fifth explores how creators can help brands tell their stories and connect with consumers The post How influencers can help brands create positive content duri... www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 26 2020 9:00

    Today COVID-19 shut down the job fair as we know it. Here’s how one school is reinventing it

    With unemployment at unprecedented levels and college campuses vacant due to stay-at-home orders, it can be a scary time to graduate. How exactly do you join the workforce when the world around you seems to be falling apart? [Photo: Juan Posada/courtesy ArtCenter College of Design]The ArtCenter Coll... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 26 2020 8:47

    Today Italian branches of Burger King introduce the Social Distancing Whopper

    As Italy begins to emerge from lockdown, Burger King has introduced a new version of its classic burger, with extra onions to aid social distancing The post Italian branches of Burger King introduce the Social Distancing Whopper appeared first on Creative Review. www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 26 2020 8:46

    Today New animation series offers advice for ‘families under pressure’ during lockdown

    Created by Toad creative studio, the films were commissioned by King’s College London and NHS Maudsley Hospital and offer simple parenting advice for those who might be struggling The post New animation series offers advice for ‘families under pressure’ during lockdown appeared first on Creative Rev... www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 26 2020 8:45

    Today Oslo’s Edvard Munch museum unveils its backwards-slanting identity

    North’s visual identity for Munch references the museum’s sloping architecture, which was in turn inspired by a photo of the artist painting semi-naked The post Oslo’s Edvard Munch museum unveils its backwards-slanting identity appeared first on Creative Review. www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 26 2020 8:43

    Today Why culture matters, now more than ever

    The culture of your agency or studio stretches far beyond fancy decor, ping pong tables or DJs in the foyer, says leadership coach Tanya Livesey. And it can prove vital in how businesses navigate the difficult times we are in The post Why culture matters, now more than ever appeared first on Creativ... www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 26 2020 8:37

    Today New Nike spot parallels sports resilience and hope with our challenging times

    Titled Never Too Far Down, the LeBron James-narrated spot features epic sports comeback stories to offer hope and inspiration The post New Nike spot parallels sports resilience and hope with our challenging times appeared first on Creative Review. www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 26 2020 8:00

    Today This new brand solves the most annoying thing about making your bed

    Every time I make my bed, there’s that awkward moment when I climb inside my duvet cover and worry about how to get back out again. I’ve considered calling my husband to come rescue me, but didn’t want him to see me looking so ridiculous. Ben King (left) and Luke Gray (right) [Photo: Koa]Apparently,... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 26 2020 7:00

    Today From Pentagram, 5 data visualizations that will give you hope during COVID-19

    If you’ve been following the latest updates on COVID-19, be it maps tracking testing and infection rates or New York governor Cuomo’s briefings, you’re mentally exhausted. These data visualizations are necessary for staying informed, and yet they’re so relentlessly negative, they can be hard to proc... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 25 2020 7:00

    Summer camp may be cancelled, but these boxes aim to re-create the magic at home

    We’re at the start of what will be a very strange summer. Trips abroad have been postponed. Music festivals have been cancelled. And to the chagrin of both kids and their parents, summer camps around the country have also been axed, which means no s’mores around the fire or epic games of capture the... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 22 2020 10:00

    Are clothes about to get more expensive?

    Have you ever thought about how weird it is that department stores start displaying swimwear in March and winter coats in August? For decades, brands have sold clothes months before they’re in season, which doesn’t line up with consumers’ actual needs and contributes to the industry’s tremendous was... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 22 2020 9:44

    What we can learn from New Zealand’s Covid-19 messaging

    New Zealand has been leading the way in the fight against coronavirus with its simple but powerful communications strategy, which focuses on bringing its people together. We look at how it got the rhetoric so right, and whether countries like the UK should be following its example The post What we c... www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 22 2020 9:00

    Is your state really ready to reopen? Check this map

    America is reopening. But is it ready? The short answer is “no” (unless you live in New Mexico). The longer answer is something you can explore for yourself on a site called COVID Exit Strategy. Built by public health experts with no affiliation to the current government administration, it tracks th... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 22 2020 8:00

    7 weird, wonderful, ingenious ideas for dispensing hand sanitizer

    For society to safely reopen, we’ll all need to get used to cleaning our hands regularly, and that means applying hand sanitizer when a sink and soap aren’t available. Could clever hand sanitizer dispensers help us remember this crucial step—and even make it a little fun? Multisensory experience des... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 22 2020 7:19

    Chloe Cushman’s striking illustrations are filled with nuance

    The Toronto-based illustrator discusses how writing and literature have informed her practice, why illustration is as much about ideas as rendering, and why she “just can’t turn down a good face” when approached for portrait commissions The post Chloe Cushman’s striking illustrations are filled with... www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 22 2020 7:00

    7 ways flying could change in the age of COVID-19 (and 1 way it definitely won’t)

    Cruise ships offer a deadly petri dish for COVID-19 to spread, but air travel doesn’t seem to be all that wise either. Airports are full of cramped lines. Planes have built their entire business model on packing as many people as possible into a small space that’s filled with recycled air. And, of c... www.fastcompany.com

  • May 22 2020 6:53

    Bill Posters creates deepfake music video for Lil Uzi Vert

    The video, for track Whassup, aims to parody life under lockdown and 'stars' celebrities from Donald Trump to Rihanna, Elon Musk to Oprah Winfrey, before even the Queen pops in to say hi The post Bill Posters creates deepfake music video for Lil Uzi Vert appeared first on Creative Review. www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 21 2020 10:52

    Creativity on TikTok: What the world’s most downloaded video app offers brands

    In the first part of our partner content series, which will reveal the reasons why TikTok needs to be in brands’ marketing plans, we look at the key information you need to know about what the platform does, what sets it apart and what ad formats you can already buy today The post Creativity on TikT... www.creativereview.co.uk

  • May 21 2020 10:05

    Many school buildings can’t safely reopen right now. Here’s why

    When COVID-19 first arose, the battle cry was “flatten the curve.” As states make plans to reopen, get ready for another important strategy: “de-densify.” Simply put, to make it safer to go to schools, restaurants, and other places where people have to go in big groups, these places will have to bec... www.fastcompany.com