Tristan Macherel, executive creative director at Landor Paris and president of the design jury at this year’s Cannes Lions Festival, talks about how smart technology is being integrated with design to create inventive, inspiring creative work.
The UK public has voted for Leave in the EU referendum, with a 52% majority – we summarise what this could spell for the design industry.
A change to the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act will mean that designers’ work will be protected for 70 years after they die – as long as their designs qualify as being Works of Artistic Craftsmanship.
Joe Ferry, former head of design at Virgin Atlantic and coach at the Design Thinkers Academy UK, outlines the three elements every organisation needs in order to turn innovations into real products.
A new report from the Bank of America Merril Lynch forecasts a future where 35% of white collar jobs will be wiped out by automation in the UK, but do designers think their jobs could be done by robots?
The DBA’s John Scarrott looks at how one consultancy now gets 80% of its new business directly from speaking at conferences.
We look at the key points from the Design Week/Creative Review Advertising Week Europe panel session, which involved Diageo’s Jeremy Lindley, Leon’s Jo Ormiston and SomeOne co-founder Simon Manchipp.
More than a third of UK workers could be replaced by robots in the next 20 years, according to a new report – but designers are among those least at risk and creativity will be a prized skill in the coming years.