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Photographer Tommaso Protti Captures The Many Sides Of The Amazon

The photographer was given the Carmignac Photojournalism Award to raise attentio...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Early Years Of Factory Records Celebrated In A New Museum Show

An exhibition at Manchester's Science and Industry Museum celebrates the early y...

June 18, 2021 / Graphic Design

Ikea Norway Introduces The Trash Collection

Ikea's latest sustainability push sees the brand repurpose furniture that has be...

June 16, 2021 / Graphic Design

The Hot New Amenity At Google And Other Tech Companies? Tents

Shelter Co., technically, is a company that rents tents. But over the past year,...

June 17, 2021 / Graphic Design
  • How ‘buy Now Pay Later’ Companies Exploit A Common Tendency In Human Psychology

    Whether you use Klarna all the time or have barely heard of it, it’s time to start paying attention: the buy-now-pay-later app has just become the biggest private fintech company in Europe. Klarna has completed a new round of fundraising, valuing it at $46 billion. That’s four times what it was worth last September, and on a par with fellow Swedish tech giant Spotify. Klarna offers interest-free c... Continue reading How ‘buy Now Pay Later’ Companies Exploit A Common Tendency In Human Psychology

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • The Indie Mags That Are Changing The Face Of Sport

    We speak to the teams behind Victory Journal, Spiral and Glorious about how they are helping reshape perceptions of sport through a combination of insightful editorial and striking visuals The post The indie mags that are changing the face of sport appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading The Indie Mags That Are Changing The Face Of Sport

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • From Internet Bad Boy To Next-door Neighbor: Reddit Makes A Play For Mainstream America

    Reddit won the Super Bowl earlier this year with a quirky and cool five-second ad that managed to both raise awareness for its communities and stoke the excitement of its core fanbase of internet culture nerds. This week, the platform launched a new ad campaign that ditches the quirk in favor of a more broadly appealing (read: generic) approach to remind people it has more to offer than the latest... Continue reading From Internet Bad Boy To Next-door Neighbor: Reddit Makes A Play For Mainstream America

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Exposure: Ying Ang

    In her latest Exposure column, art director Gem Fletcher profiles Melbourne-based photographer Ying Ang – who explores the transition to motherhood through the lens of biological, psychological and social identity The post Exposure: Ying Ang appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Exposure: Ying Ang

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Why So Many Products Are So Badly Designed

    We’re often told that we live in the greatest era of technological progress in history. But this can’t be true if the technologies we depend on are hard to use. If you’re like most people, you’ve accidentally left the mute button on, or off, in a video call. You probably feel overwhelmed by your email inbox, Slack messages, or phone notifications. It’s likely you create important documents in the... Continue reading Why So Many Products Are So Badly Designed

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Football’s Muddy Dance

    A new book by Erik Kessels features a series of found photographs of football matches gone by, which demonstrate the balletic qualities of the beautiful game The post Football’s Muddy Dance appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Football’s Muddy Dance

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Ikea Norway Introduces The Trash Collection

    Ikea's latest sustainability push sees the brand repurpose furniture that has been found as trash on the street, to be sold in a new secondhand store The post Ikea Norway introduces the Trash Collection appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Ikea Norway Introduces The Trash Collection

    June 16 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Intercultural Thinking: Changing And Adapting To New Cultures

    The future is intercultural. The speed at which the pandemic spread across the globe proved the world is more closely connected than perhaps we fully realized. In a post-pandemic world, intercultural thinking can help brands and businesses recover to drive innovation, adapt to the new normal, and achieve new growth. The pandemic has reshaped the […] Continue reading Intercultural Thinking: Changing And Adapting To New Cultures

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.brandingmag.com
  • Only 4.8% Of Designers Are Black. Herman Miller, Adobe, And Gap Unveil A Plan To Change That

    Design is a particularly white profession. Depending on the poll, only 3% to 4.8% of designers are Black. But a powerful new collective of design companies is looking to change that. Launching today, the Diversity in Design (DID) Collaborative is a group of nearly two dozen companies from across the design world—ranging from the furniture company Herman Miller to the software maker Adobe to the ub... Continue reading Only 4.8% Of Designers Are Black. Herman Miller, Adobe, And Gap Unveil A Plan To Change That

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • How To Make A Thrilling Sports Promo

    Sky Creative’s Simon Cole explains the process behind making sports promos, including how to appeal to younger audiences and why he takes parodies on the chin The post How to make a thrilling sports promo appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How To Make A Thrilling Sports Promo

    June 15 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk