On Friday we shut up shop for a few hours, along with a whole bunch of other businesses and organisations, so our staff could participate in the global climate strike. So here’s some of what’s been happening in our industry - advertising, design and digital - over the last week, with a bit of a climate angle.
A mission to create the world’s largest database of climate protest posters
The rise of the typographic flash card in the age of binge-worthy TV
New research reveals how to best launch new products to baby boomers
Why long-term brand building is important and the new Aussie report all about it, including findings on how campaign effects evolve over time, and how this differs for short and long-term campaigns.
The IABNZ’s quarterly Digital Advertising Revenue Report findings
The new iPhone ad could be more stunning than the phone itself
Design Assembly have put together a 'field guide' of Typographic Anatomy for designers
Volkswagen unveils their new visual identity for an “electric future”
How a climate crisis graphic became a meme
The GFK NZ Commercial Radio Survey results are out
A look at the V&A’s London Design Festival installations, including explorations into the future of sustainable materials
Poster designs by almost 100 Kiwi women designers feature in Present Tense: Wāhine Toi Aotearoa - a poster project displayed on the corner of Customs Street and Gore Street, Britomart, Auckland till 16 October. Definitely worth a visit if you can.
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