Creative minds from across Europe last week descended on Rome and the striking location of Palazzo Barberini, home to the Eternal City’s National Gallery of Ancient Art. Amid the background of paintings by renowned artists from the thirteenth to the eighteenth century, agency faces debated the future of creativity, the changing role of the creative director and how to inject…
John Maeda recently gave a lecture at the Royal College of Arts on Computational Design and Inclusion, which was so popular that the crowd spilled into the corridors outside the room. I went with Charlie Lyons, and we came back with four key takeaways from the talk.
We’ve just returned from the WSJ-D.Live conference where we hosted a roundtable entitled ‘disruption through design’. This is the first in a four-part series where I explore the topic we discussed, alongside the three standout themes I encountered in wider discussions within the event: artificial intelligence, the rise of the new multimedia giants, and the importance of product joy.
This Christmas, you can dedicate a light on Oxford Street for someone special in your life courtesy of the NSPCC. As the official charity partner for this year’s Christmas lights on London’s Oxford Street, the NSPCC invites you to get involved in the world famous display and be a part of their Little Stars fundraising campaign.