The 20th of July marks the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Moon landing, which is why we’re hearing about space a whole lot more online this week. Locally there are a couple of great events coming up later in the week that we’re excited about attending.
Here’s some of what’s been happening in our industry - advertising, design and digital - over the last week:
The data from the IABNZ’s Digital Advertising Revenue Report released on Wednesday shows NZ digital advertising is growing by almost 13% in Q1.
We love this Adidas Make Waves with Waves campaign, empowering black girls to swim.
How to design a flexitarian food brand that isn’t “preachy”.
If you’re a creative and didn’t catch the Adobe Symposium in Sydney last month you can catchup on it all online here.
A sneak peek at the 65 new emoji being released later this year - we’re loving all the different couple combinations complete with different skin tones.
British Airways are facing $340m fine for a data breach - the biggest and first public penalty to be handed out under the new GDPR rules.
It’s been rumoured for a while and now Instagram is testing no 'likes' in NZ.
The inside story of Twitter’s new redesign - the first refresh to Twitter's branding in seven years.
Ramp Festival of Music, Media, Arts & Design is on this week, organised by Wintec’s School of Media Arts the event celebrates contemporary creative practice. We’re planning on making it along to at least one of the days, so hope to see you there!
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