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Michael Burns is a freelance writer with almost 20 years experience of covering the creative industries.
As well as writing for Digital Arts and a variety of major trade publications, he has been involved in conference production and has written a number of books on digital content creation.
He also provides freelance advisory, writing and production services for companies in the film, TV, design and interactive media sectors.
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Tutorial: This mix of screenprinted illustrations and projected animation makes for engaging interactive storytelling
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Brandhouse aims to attract teens with irreverent humour on new packaging for the Britvic brand.
Get ready to quickly develop your ideal game with a £15 tool from Manchester studio TheGameCreators.
In-Depth: Interview: Lauren Currie, "There is currently a big gap between what schools teach and what designers need to know to thrive."
The Snook entrepreneur highlights a disparity between what students are taught at design schools and what they actually need to know
Spot for Mike's Hard Lemonade combines 2D and 3D techniques with some innovative animation work
Autodesk technology can turn photos into a high quality 3D mesh as well as easily prepare a model for 3D printing
Arri takes prototype of specialised 4K Alexa camcorder for a spin at London video show
The Montreal studio tells us about crafting invisible VFX to make the World War II biopic seem real.
Find out what advice Thomas Knoll has for creatives that he gained developing Adobe Photoshop 25 years ago.
To celebrate Photoshop's 25 birthday this week, we look back over its history from version 1.0 to CC 2014.
Scottish CG studio Axis has created a painterly glimpse into the next instalment of the Guild Wars MMO franchise.
In-Depth: Adobe's future plans for Creative Cloud: new ways to sell your work and maybe different subscription bundles
Adobe VP Mala Sharma tells us you'll be able to sell through Creative Cloud as well as buy - and there might be different levels of subscription…