Leading creatives from Attik, Studio Output, Ustwo, The Neighbourhood and more debate where interactive design is headed.
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Perk up your morning with a new colour-inspired track from band-of-the-moment Public Service Broadcasting.
The creative process behind the music site's innovative, elegant layouts for in-depth interviews with the likes of Daft Punk, Bat for Lashes and…
Why Adobe's move to a subscription service provoked such strong reactions, what the underlying reasons for the move are – and how to decide if you…
The artist tells us about hanging out in Josh Homme's studio and creating art drawn from 80s horror, game and comic culture.
We discuss the impact of the Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act with the AOI's Derek Brazell and lawyer Iain Stansfield from Olswang.
The NAS the latest organisation that believes it can get creatives to work for free by disguising an extended pitch process as a competition.
We interview Radio co-founder (and ex I Love Dust) Byron Meiring about creating posters for the latest season of the hit US show.
See work from entrants, plus Tado, Felt Mistress, Jonathan Edwards, Sandra Dieckmann, Simon Wild and Sneaky Raccoon.
We spend some time with Eiko to discuss his approach to his artworks, which apply the digital papercut style to landscapes of grand scale,
The first workstation from Chillblast we reviewed almost a year ago wasn’t of the highest quality, but this Fusion Render 5000 is a massive…
Review: Dell Precision T7600 review
Neil Bennett looks at a workstation that’s supremely powerful, if oddly set up.
We talk to Cory Godbey about his mixed-media artworks where animals dress up in period costumes.
User experience trumps aesthetics as a surprise winner for this year's design award is announced.
20 top creative talents from disciplines as different as typography and comedy are coming together to work on the problem of ‘passion projects’ –…
North American VFX house Stargate Studios has posted a showcase of its visual effects work on the zombie TV show.
The next version of the compositing software gains integration with Maxon's 3D software – and even includes a Lite version of the software for free.
The next version of the video editor brushes up the interface and add Looks effects.
The next version of the colour correction software for video makes it usable on smaller screens.
The next version of the video ingest tool will include native DNxHD and ProRes format support.