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Pokémon Go: Staring into the void - the void is ‘super-effective’.

As Pokémon Go continues to send people chasing their dreams of becoming the next Pokémon master, let’s pause and reflect on the reasons for this game’s success and what it may potentially mean for the future of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality.

  1. Sara El Bachri, Planner/Buyer, Somo

    We met up with Sara El Bachri, a planner buyer at mobile marketing agency Somo, to discuss her career journey and her advice to people trying to crack the advertising industry.

  2. IKEA Hållbar

    The product proposed by students from Berghs School of Communication in integrates Innoscentia technology, which provides a smart food sensor, with an IKEA food container. In order to encourage less food waste.

  3. Rose Warren, Planner, GTB

    Rose Warren, is a Planner at communications agency GTB. We caught up her to ask a few questions about her career to date after studying Psychology at University of Southampton.

  4. Wear It All

    Berghs School of Communication students in 2014 recognised the struggle for most people when it comes to getting ready that you have nothing to wear, but that your wardrobe is full of clothes.

  5. Pokemon Go Ad Agency Hunt

    Just one week after the release of the blockbuster mobile game Pokemon Go, Asa Bradshaw saw an opportunity to capitalise on the buzz and leverage it’s growing interest among London’s best advertising agencies.

  6. Arse baptism and creativity

    Mon Yeu is an intern at FutureRising. He shares his experience working with FutureRising and what he has learnt about the creative industries so far. His view: ‘it’s all about your ideas!’

  7. Michael Smith, Founder, Cog Design

    A designer by training, Michael Smith founded Cog Design, straight from college, in 1991 and has managed the development of the company ever since. We interviewed him to learn more about Cog and his journey so far.

  8. Body Language and Emotional Intelligence for job interviews

    Body Language and Emotional Intelligence are both essential for landing a job and once in the workplace. Here's a deep look at them both to help you improve on interviews and performing at work.

  9. Robert Glad, Associate Designer, AKQA Amsterdam

    After tirelessly promoting his talents, Robert Glad landed a Design Internship with AKQA Amsterdam. We spoke with Robert about life in Amsterdam, being a designers at one of the worlds biggest digital agencies and how he got there.

  10. From Account Executive to Senior Account Manager - four tips on getting ahead

    From her three and a half year journey from a grad Account Executive (AE) to a Senior Account Manager (SAM), Charlotte Wheatley imparts four pearls of wisdom for anyone who aspires to rise quickly up the ranks.

  11. NPower - Countdown

    Creative, Joel Buckley from the School of Communication Arts came up with an innovative digital experience to empower young people to get behind saving energy for the NPower D&AD New Blood 2015 brief.

  12. Imagination Taking Shape - 3DOH

    After recognising the amount of time children spend each day (average of eight hours daily) in front of screen, '3DOH' brings play back to the real world.

  13. Delivery Job

    Students Maria Pedrosa Riquelme and Nuria Muñoz Ramos from Miami Ad School were inspired by Pact Coffee and Facebook to come up with the inventive idea for job seekers to meet the gatekeepers to their dreams job.

  14. What’s it like to be on the receiving end of your job application?

    The founder of Cog Design shares his top ten insights into how to make the most of your approach or application to companies for jobs.

  15. Sean Ward, Marketing Manager, Born Music

    Sean Ward helps undiscovered music artists become discovered, he’s Marketing Manager at Born Music based out of Birmingham.

  16. Productivity and 20/80 rule

    Make the most from the 80/20 rule, Pareto principle, by focusing on work related activities that you are passionate about.

  17. 5 reasons to stop panicking about what you’ll do after university

    There's one goal after university: find the perfect job and heaven knows how much it's difficult. Here's five reasons to stop panicking about what you will do next.

  18. Using technology for a greater good - CareDrop Project

    Soham Chatterjee and Valerio Amaro came up with a life saving concept named 'Carebox Project' to help those displaced and driven into poverty during South Sudan's independence from Sudan in July 2011.

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