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Tracks Are Designed To Favor Some Athletes Over Others—but Not In The Way You Think

As a short-distance track and field runner in high school and college, I often f...

July 24, 2021 / Graphic Design

Prince Charles And Jony Ive Launch A New Design Lab Backed By Amazon

Saving the environment is one of the most pressing design challenges of our time...

July 23, 2021 / Graphic Design

Your Next Paid Job Might Be Playing A Video Game

The ultimate point of playing video games has always been to have fun. Whether i...

July 27, 2021 / Graphic Design

RIP Ping-pong. The Era Of Wacky Office Perks Is Dead

For years, companies have spent money on fun workplace perks in order to attract...

July 28, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • 3,600 Microphones And Counting: The Ingenious Ways The Sound Of The Olympics Is Created

    The modern-era Olympics are among the largest sporting events in the world—but relatively few people actually get to watch the action live and in person. So the Games have proved to be an important driver for audiovisual progress. The 1964 Tokyo Games were the first to be broadcast internationally. More than 14 hours of black-and-white footage was transmitted to the first geostationary satellite a... Continue reading 3,600 Microphones And Counting: The Ingenious Ways The Sound Of The Olympics Is Created

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Animator Sim Marriott On Making It Work Off Grid

    For the last five years, Sim Marriott has been living and working aboard a boat. He talks to us about taking remote working to a new level during the pandemic, and the practicalities of sustaining an animation career on board The post Animator Sim Marriott on making it work off grid appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Animator Sim Marriott On Making It Work Off Grid

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Oscar Hudson Directs Energetic New Spot For Apple Watch

    The ad nods to the array of sporting activities at your fingertips with the help of the Apple Watch’s latest features, but also reminds us of the importance of a bit of relaxation The post Oscar Hudson directs energetic new spot for Apple Watch appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Oscar Hudson Directs Energetic New Spot For Apple Watch

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • New York Hosts A Wild Foam Party In Method’s New Ad

    Soap suds engulf the city in the film – created by Uncommon and directed by Jonathan Alric – which offers a hedonistic portrayal of washing up The post New York hosts a wild foam party in Method’s new ad appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading New York Hosts A Wild Foam Party In Method’s New Ad

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • The Cardboard Real Estate Boom Is Here

    The rise and pandemic spike of e-commerce sales has had widespread effects on the economy, from the closure of retail stores to the spread of fulfillment warehouses to the ubiquity of last-mile delivery services. It has also meant that the world is using a lot more boxes. According to new research from the commercial real estate company Newmark, the rise of e-commerce is fueling another kind of bo... Continue reading The Cardboard Real Estate Boom Is Here

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • ‘These Are Trash!’ Is Kyrie Irving’s Rant About His Nike Shoes The Next Step Of Athlete Empowerment?

    Kyrie Irving doesn’t like his new shoes. The Brooklyn Nets star spoke out this week after designs for his newest signature Nike shoe, the Kyrie 8, were leaked online. “I have nothing to do with the design or marketing of the upcoming Kyrie 8,” Irving wrote on Instagram. “These are trash! I have absolutely nothing to do with them! Nike plans to release it without my okay, regardless of what I say,... Continue reading ‘These Are Trash!’ Is Kyrie Irving’s Rant About His Nike Shoes The Next Step Of Athlete Empowerment?

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Should You Wear A Mask Indoors? This At-a-glance Map Will Tell You

    The spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus has launched a new phase of the pandemic in the United States. Across the country, COVID-19 cases are rising both among the vaccinated and the unvaccinated. This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated its guidance about masking. The organization has long recommended that unvaccinated people wear masks indoors, but as of Tuesd... Continue reading Should You Wear A Mask Indoors? This At-a-glance Map Will Tell You

    Today July 30 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How To Build Social Media Audience Behavior Reports Without A Fortune 500 Budget

    Fortune 500 companies are increasingly leveraging social media as a fundamental part of their business strategy to discover important insights into audience behaviors. 91% of Fortune 500 brands connect to their audience with Twitter, and 89% use Facebook to incentivize customer loyalty communities, demonstrating just how much value these companies place on social media inte... Continue reading How To Build Social Media Audience Behavior Reports Without A Fortune 500 Budget

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.brandingmag.com
  • How Rap Music Took Over Advertising

    As genres such as hip-hop and grime cement their position in the mainstream, we explore how the brand world is increasingly taking note The post How rap music took over advertising appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Rap Music Took Over Advertising

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Why U.K. Bus Stops Suddenly Smell Like Roses And Cucumber

    A typical bus shelter in any major city is a cornucopia of aromas… mostly terrible ones. Traffic exhaust, a day-old sandwich, the remnants of its role as an impromptu urinal for late-night travelers. But Hendrick’s Gin decided to turn a collection of these public transport outposts into a sensory marketing opportunity. [Photo: courtesy Space]To promote its new Gin Cucumber Lemonade, the brand outf... Continue reading Why U.K. Bus Stops Suddenly Smell Like Roses And Cucumber

    July 29 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com