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  • Kashiwa Sato’s Uniquely Japanese Design Sensibility

    Creative director and long-time Uniqlo collaborator Kashiwa Sato is one of Japan’s most revered creative minds. Here, he discusses the evolution of his nose-to-tail approach to design, which spans everything from communications to interiors The post Kashiwa Sato’s uniquely Japanese design sensibility appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Kashiwa Sato’s Uniquely Japanese Design Sensibility

    January 14 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • The Sex And The City Reboot Shows Why Brands Should Be Wary Of Nostalgia

    Brands often nick their audience’s culture to play it back to them, but women need progressive and bold thinking from the brands they’re going to buy. Continue reading The Sex And The City Reboot Shows Why Brands Should Be Wary Of Nostalgia

    January 14 Marketing | www.campaignlive.com
  • How Phunk Pioneered A Riotous Clash Of Art And Design In Singapore

    New book Control Chaos looks back on 25 years of Phunk – the Singapore design collective that mashed creative disciplines together with its eye-popping work The post How Phunk pioneered a riotous clash of art and design in Singapore appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading How Phunk Pioneered A Riotous Clash Of Art And Design In Singapore

    January 14 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Documenting NHS Workers On The Frontline Of The Pandemic

    As the UK enters the third act of the coronavirus crisis, photographer Slater King reflects on what it was like to be at the forefront of the pandemic last year, when he began shooting portraits of NHS staff at London’s Whittington Hospital The post Documenting NHS workers on the frontline of the pandemic appeared first on Creative Review. Continue reading Documenting NHS Workers On The Frontline Of The Pandemic

    January 14 Graphic Design | www.creativereview.co.uk
  • Taco Bell Is Secretly A Haven For Vegetarians—and It’s Adding Even More Meatless Options

    Taco Bell may always be associated with neon-colored beverages and big, beefy burritos. But quietly, the fast food chain has established a second identity as a haven for vegetarians and vegans. As of 2020, the bean burrito was the company’s number two biggest seller. Today, the company is making two big announcements to support vegetarians and plant-based eaters. First, it’s permanently bringing b... Continue reading Taco Bell Is Secretly A Haven For Vegetarians—and It’s Adding Even More Meatless Options

    January 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • Spotify Kids Gets New Parent Control Feature

    The media that our kids end up consuming on a regular basis can have quite a significant impact on how they end up behaving when they grow up because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up shaping their beliefs and opinions in a really big way. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that kids can be exposed to a lot of ha... Continue reading Spotify Kids Gets New Parent Control Feature

    January 14 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com
  • Qualcomm’s New In Screen Fingerprint Scanner Could Be A Game Changer In Upcoming Smartphones

    Fingerprint sensors were really revolutionary back when they were first released, but the thing that managed to take them to a whole new level in terms of notoriety and notability was when they started to be incorporated into smartphone screens themselves rather than just being an added feature that would be located below the screen. The company responsible for pushing fingerprint scanners to a ne... Continue reading Qualcomm’s New In Screen Fingerprint Scanner Could Be A Game Changer In Upcoming Smartphones

    January 14 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com
  • Intel Incorporates Ransomware Detection Into 11th Gen CPU Hardware

    Various kinds of cyberattacks have started to become increasingly common these days, and because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up compromising the safety and security that most users end up relying on a lot of companies have started to think of ways in which malware can be kept at bay. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important... Continue reading Intel Incorporates Ransomware Detection Into 11th Gen CPU Hardware

    January 14 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com
  • Why Proctor & Gamble Is Planning For A World With Less Water

    I hold the dirty bowl in my hand and a quick rinse does nothing to clean the surface. It’s covered in the water-impervious, day-old orange crust of soup. Instead of filling up the sink to start a soak, I pick up a bottle of detergent and do something unthinkable . . . something that feels downright wrong. I aim it at the bowl and fire, using a squeeze trigger to suds it up like I’m spraying down a... Continue reading Why Proctor & Gamble Is Planning For A World With Less Water

    January 14 Graphic Design | www.fastcompany.com
  • YouTube And WhatsApp Rivaling Against Being The Most Used App In India

    WhatsApp and YouTube, both have been rivaling with each other for some time, in terms of being the most used application in India. In 2019, WhatsApp had a user rate of 400 million users in the country making it the most used application, while YouTube followed behind on number second with a user rate of 260 million users in India at that time.While WhatsApp has enjoyed being the top most used appl... Continue reading YouTube And WhatsApp Rivaling Against Being The Most Used App In India

    January 14 Digital Marketing | www.digitalinformationworld.com