BJP, House and Leisure, The I Am Women Project, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Bloomberg Businessweek, The Economist, Shit Must Stop and The Lake — Shane de Lange’s weekly pick of great media design!
by Charlie Stewart. Beyond the horrifying impact the Film and Publications Amendment Bill will have on media, there are profound implications for the marketing industry.
by Oliver Sauter. To effectively sort fact from fiction in the fake-news war, we need to give people the technologies and mental tools needed to think for themselves.
by MarkLives. What are the expectations for the marketing and advertising industry in 2018? Next up is Masego Motsogi of Grid Worldwide.
by Marguerite de Villiers. In a post-truth era, facts become questionable; consumers grow sceptical; brands draw inspiration from multiple perspectives.
Batt Butt, Berlin Quarterly, ELLE Brasil, Friday (Mail & Guardian), New Philosopher and The Face — Shane de Lange’s weekly pick!
by Herman Manson. Professional industry bodies must act on or throw away the charters on which they’ve built their relevance and credibility.
by Charlie Stewart. Early in June 2017, Google came out with a double-think announcement that would have made George Orwell proud.
by Emma King. For the PR industry, most fascinating of all must be the integral role that the now-infamous Bell Pottinger has allegedly played.
by Marguerite de Villiers. Consumers don’t live in a vacuum, nor do marketers operate in a static space. We change with the times and adapt.