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A fresh Spin on BBC’s Creative Identity

In 2016, the BBC culminated forces with their creative in-house team, thus giving birth to the name, ‘BBC Creative‘. With a mandate ‘to be the best in the world at what we do, for the world’s best broadcaster‘. In a

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Design for a plastic-free planet

London based design agency, Made Thought have surfaced with an innovative idea in collaboration with grassroots organisation A Plastic Planet (APP). To target super markets world-wide developing on the globally recognised issue of plastic recycling. Extinguishing a mark that is

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Design

Where will Designers be in ten years time?

*Disclaimer: this is what we get taught at german universities.* Talking about the future can be scary, especially when it comes to jobs and the general future of design. We live in an era of change. Fast change. Ten years

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Design

Daniel Arsham – Pioneer of the material world

In a society of accumulated human development there are those that challenge its vast innovations through manipulation of the material world. Often in a way that is riddled with subjectivity questioning its very existence; and now I have your attention.

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Design

The Guardian revamps for a new age of journalism

For those of you who may not know, or are otherwise not familiar with ‘The Guardian’, a recent re-brand was carried out to establish the companies presence for a new age of online journalism. This situated a heavy duty re-build

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Design

A creative review – Nod Young

Residing between Beijing and Los Angeles, a talented creative known as Nod Young crafts highly visual imagery that connects deeply within the realm of contemporary design and illustration. Having studied at the Academy of Arts & Design, Nod Young progressed

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Design

Meet Markus Magnusson, Animation Extraordinaire

    Being an animator and motion designer isn’t just about style. It’s about the almost OCD nature you put into detail and realistic movement, especially when you reach the tier of Markus Magnusson! who is one of the most consistent

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Design

Blok Design – A jack of all trades

If I was to ask you one question, ”What defines a multi-disciplinary agency?”, how would you answer? Today, I have dug up Blok Design from the archives to discuss their vastly extensive focus on process and format to realise the

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Design

5 Books Every Designer Should Read

Whether you’re a student of design or an old hack, having a library of design resources is a huge benefit. There is always more to learn to benefit what you do in your daily work.  Tinkertoys, Michael Michalko Tinkertoys is a

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News

BBC One melt hearts with their new Christmas Ad

Last week (Nothing like delayed article releases!) BBC One launched a new Christmas advert in what could be described as an early Christmas treat. The two-minute film follows a young girl who practices a dance routine for her schools yearly

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Community

The Community Speaks : Vol 1

This week, we ask the community about how young designers should contact studios/agencies for potential work experience & to get hired. “Be brave, bold and unique. Be confident and stand out of the crowd without coming across arrogant. A “true-to-yourself”

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Design

Community Picks : Vol 1

We get a lot of posts in the group of our members showcasing their work, be it for feedback or just to show off their hard work, we appreciate it and every so often we see gems of creativity and

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News

TDL 2.0

We’re coming up to our third year and over the past few years we’ve come to realise what  TDL really stands for, and that’s a community developed to developing their craft irrespective of age, discipline and experience all without taking ourselves

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