Can we measure the environmental success of lockdown?
Jo Barnard, Morrama
Jo Barnard, Founder of Morrama on the environmental impact of a global pandemic.
Building higher meaning into a brand’s value proposition
Daisy Pack, Citizen Relations
Citizen Relations’ Director Daisy Pack, showcases a strategic shift to purpose led PR, and believes cutting the apron strings in the kitchen is the answer to the work + childcare conundrum this summer.
The resurgence of the board games sector
Jake Welsh, Dept
Jake Welsh, Director and Principal Brand Consultant at Dept on the importance of fan-dom and why brands should become integrated into their fans’ lives, not just their wallets.
“The only choice is to use it as a force for good”
How Football Beyond Borders and Dark Horses turned to virtual worlds to build connections
The truth about lockdown for women is a story of strain and embracing a slower pace of life
Research from Instagram and Grazia shines a light on the lived experience of women in lockdown.
How do you keep creative in the midst of an extended lockdown?
by Nicola Kemp
A blunt focus on productivity alone does little to understand the challenges of maintaining focus and creative output in the midst of a global pandemic.View Article
Purpose Disruptors invite the industry to be part of The Great Reset
by Izzy Ashton
A new movement has launched which aims to use the creative industry’s talent and influence to help ensure the positive environmental behaviours developed during lockdown become a long-term shift in society.View Article
How is on-the-go design being reimagined in a consumer ecosystem in which the rituals of life have changed?
by Nicola Kemp
With the average commute for many now consisting of travelling from the bedroom to the office, ‘on the go’ design urgently needs to adapt.View Article
Navigating the new normal: Exploring the nature of the virtual pitch
by Izzy Ashton
Pitching is said to be the lifeblood of the advertising and communications industry. But, under the new global lockdown, the industry has been forced to change its process almost overnight.View Article
Harris and Hoole celebrate the opening of coffee shops and the onset of summer
By Izzy Ashton
At the heart of this campaign is the recognition that summer isn’t over, that, after months in lockdown, you can still head out and experience the simple joy of a sunny stroll and a cup of coffee.
Fuel Your Imagination
The National Saturday Club celebrates the next generation of creatives in its virtual Summer Show
Airbnb & the iOC host a virtual Olympic games
City of Women London redraws the Underground map to recognise notable women
How has brand purpose been redefined and reimagined, and what are the implications for the creative industries?
Why it’s time to change the narrative in thought leadership
Influence in a post COVID-19 world
Rahul Titus, Ogilvy UK