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D&AD represents global creative, design and advertising communities and celebrates brilliance in commercial creativity. Recently launched: Make and Break from D&AD’s New Blood Academy in conjunction with WPP is perfect for anyone looking to kick-start their creative career or who is interested in the creative industries generally. Presented by Naina Sethi, each episode sees industry leaders and New Blood participants discuss a different topic related to creativity including Storytelling, Aut ...
 
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Strong design for products, services and digital platforms can not only increase a company’s value but also produce iconic pieces. The parameters keep changing, from increasing consumer expectations to instant access brought on by the internet. So how does design keep up? What makes a piece of design truly stand out? Listen now to the panel discuss…
 
How does storytelling capture the minds and hearts of an audience? In a world where we are exposed to more and more creative work, how do we create content that stands out? The panel discusses what makes a pencil-winning piece of work, how it is judged and what the future holds. Matt Alagiah from It's Nice That moderates the discussion with Alice C…
 
How does craft add to the impact of print and digital advertising? What are the most effective examples of craft this year? Join judges as they discuss what makes a pencil-winning piece of work, the impact craft has, how it is judged and the future of craft in advertising.Recorded at D&AD Festival in London.*For 58 years D&AD has stimulated and cel…
 
From interactive, experiential events to products and services, brands are successfully connecting with consumers on a human level. The use of data, AI, and other tools is becoming more prominent; will this aid or hinder this human touch? In this session Kate Dawkins (Kate Dawkins Studio), Jo Barnard (Morrama), Jon Biggs (MediaMonks) and Greet Jaan…
 
George Coffey (Head of Motion/Animation, Jelly) and Chris Page (Owner, Jelly)discuss how KITCHEN is helping illustrators represented by Jelly create animations from their work. Whether working from storyboards with animation in mind, or animation-ready artwork, KITCHEN share their guide.Por D&AD
 
Mike McGee, Chief Creative Officer and co-founder of Framestore, is taking us through the history of the studio. From the Guinness Surfer to the Oscar-winning Gravity, and the latest immersive brand experiences, find out how their vast experience and unique outlook is winning them a reputation, and awards, across genres.Recorded at New Blood Festiv…
 
Thanks to the project 'Futures' led by D&AD in collaboration with BETC Paris, C de C Spain and the support of the 'Creative Europe' programme of the European Union, we hosted a wonderful night in Paris to share our latest 'Trend Report' and discuss disruption in the industry.For the first time ever, two industry heavyweights, Nick Law (Publics Grou…
 
Sometimes deadlines can seem like the biggest stress you face when developing creative work, but how do we use them to our advantage? Elise Smidt and Karina Bonnin, a creative duo from the 2018 New Blood Academy, talk to CCO at Mr President and former D&AD president Laura Jordan Bambach about how deadlines should not be seen as the enemy.…
 
Authenticity is something that all creatives strive for, but how do we manage this when dealing with brands and clients? Is it important to always produce authentic work? These are just some of the questions tackled in today’s episode by Chris Bovill (Warner Music) and Cullen and Ola, two ex New Blood Academy participants who now work for him.…
 
Want to know the fastest way to turn your revenue into an expense that yields zero profits?Hire a marketing service provider without understanding what drives results (aka. new clients).Por Patrick Brewer, CFA, CFP
 
What if you didn't have to "compete" for business, prospects sought you out, and you no longer had to trade time and money for attention?Would your practice / life be any different?Por Patrick Brewer, CFA, CFP
 
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