Here’s some of what’s been happening in our industry - advertising, design and digital - over the last week.
A round up of April Fools' pranks from New Zealand and around the world.
Why are more cities and towns taking on place branding?
TDC64 comes to Auckland! Direct from its New York showing, the latest exhibition from the world-renowned Type Directors Club competition, showcasing a culturally diverse and exciting range of award-winning work from over 35 countries is here. We haven’t made it along yet, but plan to this week.
It's rare that Apple shows off its daggier side, but here Apple plays for laughs in this latest spot about a group of daggy co-workers.
Not sure if we agree, but apparently the world ‘needs more ad agencies’.
We’re all about being real, so love this recent visual trend (that we hope stays around).
Some refreshing news that women are paid more than men in Aussie media agencies, let’s hope NZ follows suit.
A nice project featured on Design Assembly by Cassandrea Beer, exploring cultural identity and how you define an identity when you grow up in an environment that is different from that of your parents or grandparents.
Adobe has launched a new resource, the 99U Guides, a series designed to help tackle the most important issues creatives face today.
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