We speak to a lawyer from Olswang following our story on the web designer who replaced a client's site with a image of an invoice.
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Cites "moral obligation" not to let creative education be downgraded in proposed changes to GCSEs.
We interview the student behind an elegantly simple weather app created with some innovative coding.
The hit show's illustrator reveals the secrets of drawing scrumptious-looking cakes.
Representatives from creative education have rounded on the British government’s plans to excludes creative subjects such as art and design from…
This year's selection range from the ornately beautiful to the disarmingly simple, and from engaging fun to truly touching social projects.
According to an email from UK reseller bluegfx, Autodesk is to increase its overall upgrade prices for Maya and 3ds Max from January 21.
Adobe has responded to links to freely downloadable versions of Creative Suite 2 saying that if you don't own CS2, you shouldn't be downloading them.
Kemistry Gallery showcases the London-based French artist's wry work.
The Design Industry Voices 2012 report is out and it appears that the design industry is even more unhappy than it was in 2011.
In-Depth: The Best of 2012: Creative tech
For creative tech, 2012 was the year of both the cloud and the real.
Check out the best tutorials for After Effects, Cinema 4D, Maya and Nuke from 2012.
Will you have to pay for Creative Cloud if you want to continue using Behance? The answer appears to be 'no, but maybe'.
Some nifty VFX techniques from MPC allowed the stormy sea to be animated in different ways to induce fear and awe in the audience.
Our favourite interviews of the year, featuring Noma Bar, Anthony Burrill, Marion Deuchars, Johanna Basford, Ben Grossmann, Bruno Maag and Craig Ward.
Kickstarter success. Fight rip offs. Pete Fowler interview. Papercut animation. Britain's creative education crisis. Dirty 3D type.
Video stars Winona Ryder – who was Burton's goth teen in Beetlejuice – and Peter Lorre creep-a-like Craig Roberts.
Watch the artist's hand-fashioned animations reveal the pleasures of the human condition.
News: Interview: Founder of #includedesign campaign to save Britain from a creative education crisis
We interview Joe Macleod from ustwo, a driving force behind the campaign to get design included in the government's EBacc plans.
The art, design, photography and "sexy" book publisher's store appears in the episode, The Day The Earth Stood Cool.