Brand Republic’s Red, Yellow and Blue Blog looks at news and views on party campaigns in the run-up to the General Election. The Partners chief executive Jim Prior discusses Conservative Party leader David Cameron’s ideas for the Big Society, which he tested out at a Ted session back in February.
We like Mike Dempsey’s recent thoughts on his graphics and living blog, as he shares his timely and entertaining views on politics. Dempsey looks at how the main parties are promoting themselves in their campaign literature – and checks out their leaders’ presentation skills, too.
The Literary Platform, launched last week, showcases projects experimenting with literature and technology. A post from Chris Stevens, co-founder of Atomic Antelope, explains how the group developed Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic Alice in Wonderland for Apple’s iPad.
Pentagram’s Harry Pearce’s work is showcased on the covers of two magazines this month, Wired and Damn. Pearce illustrated the cover story The Wired 100: Who’s Shaping the Digital World for the April issue of the UK edition, and Damn’s latest cover features his contribution to The Haiti Poster Project.