17 April 2008

R/GA’s Bob Greenberg in profile

There is a magical moment at the cinema when the lights gently fade, the curtains open, rainbow shafts of light dance above your head and the movie begins. And in

Green claims face scrutiny

Marks & Spencer is the top Green brand in the FTSE 100, while BP has emerged as the biggest Green ‘pretender’, in a poll by media company Chatsworth Communications.

Forcing accessible font sizes

For years the poor relation of graphic design, accessible print is now attracting a new generation of creatives applying the same imaginative thinking for the visually impaired as they do

Games controllers under scrutiny

It’s tempting to think of video games as experiences that only take place on screen. With a nation upgrading to HD TV sets and then discovering there’s little HD content

Approaching transport brands

Although transport companies are sensitive to charges of wasting money on branding when they could be investing in trains or buses, they still need a visual identity. And changing it

Tapping your firm’s talent

In a market with a skills shortage developing and retaining the skilled staff that help our digital consultancies succeed is critical, says Ben Hart Demand can be a wonderful thing,

Top of the shops

As the high street becomes depressingly homogenised, an adventurous breed of independent retailers is creating individual shops that both rework the past and look to the future. Clare Dowdy examines

Profile: Jason Miller

Jason Miller and I met in March, while making a documentary on design for the Italian sunglasses brand Persol to show at the city’s Salone del Mobile. Miller’s unconventional and


Senior vice-president of Unilever Simon Rothon and WPP chairman Martin Sorrell last week referred to how creativity in advertising is beginning to originate from emerging markets such as Brazil and

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