Features

  • Pixel pioneer

    Daniel Brown believes we’re only scratching the surface of the computer’s creative power.

  • Speeding Photoshop

    No-one wants to wait for struggling applications when you're trying to be creative. Optimize your image editing with Digit's guide to getting the quickest possible performance from Adobe Photoshop.

  • VSpot promo

    When music channel VH1 launched its new broadband channel, VSpot, they turned to branding agency CA Square to make the promo.

  • New ways to wow online

    In Web design it's creative and technological innovations that are driving the scene forward.

  • Matinée minds the GAP

    For the GAP brochure aimed at signing up young people to voluntary work, Matinée kept the design fresh and colourful.

  • Suburb's arty mix for Stance

    Fusing music, video, art and x-sports, Suburb celebrates the local culture for new surf, skate and snowboard shop Stance.

  • Red Design

    Celebrating ten years in business, Red Design has emerged as one of the most creative studios in the music industry.

  • Pixel perfect

    Richard May, co-founder of quirky online design portal Pixelsurgeon, is one of the most sought-after editorial illustrators in the land.

  • Ong-Bak Fight Club

    Ong-Bak is the hottest martial arts movie for years – no wires, no tricks and no CGI. London-based Egovision created the film’s Web site and an addictive online beat-’em-up.

  • Into the Sahara

    Effects house Double Negative cooked up a desert storm for the special effects in blockbuster movie Sahara.

  • Web Head

    Jon Bains has been part of the Web scene since before there was a Web scene but there’s no love lost between him and the Nathan Barley brigade.

  • David Droga's Ad Age

    “Selling is everything, from chatting up a girl in a bar to what you wear in the street.” But selling is changing, says David Droga, one of the biggest creative names in advertising.

  • Renegade Master

    “The design community used to be an exclusive club. Now they let any riff raff with a computer in.” Meet the ever-contrary Ian Anderson, founder of the unique Designers Republic.

  • Brand Designs

    Creating a brand identity for a global company can be financially lucrative, but the commission will bring its own kind of design challenges.

  • True types

    With an unchecked explosion in computer fonts, are we at risk of losing all sense of the true art of typography? Digit asked leading type designers to spell out how best to use type in today’s hypervisual age.

  • Inside the 3D Mummy

    Thumbprint Animation helps bring the story of an Egyptian priest to life with 3D reconstructions of a 3,000-year old mummy and the city of Karnak.

  • The 25 best album covers

    It's caused anguish, joy, rage, and controversy at Digit Bungalow, but here are the titles we reckon are the greatest examples of album cover art ever.

  • Design Classic #1: London Underground Map

    The London Underground map of the tube system is an out-&-out design classic – one that seamlessly merges form and function, defies previous convention, and has remained an inspiration for over 70 years.

  • 3FM’s musical makeover

    Three stylish spots herald a new look for Dutch radio station 3FM with Brazilian post/fx houses Nakd and Lobo conjuring up some magic tricks.

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