Friday Faves: Trump Covers, Search + Sad Robots
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After a spate of magazine covers inspired by Donald Trump, The Drum asks the designers and publishers behind them if the president is ushering in a new era of creativity for print design.
Another unexpected result.
Digital analytics are playing an increasingly important role in helping to drive digital transformation programmes, according to new research.
With marketers facing ever more demanding consumers, we are entering a new age of assistance.
‘Google’ became a verb for a reason.
Tips for how to integrate these changes into your social strategy.
Practical, with great references for inspiration.
Issue of judging as a woman and what difference better gender-balanced juries make to the process and decisions.
The importance of half the population.
One for the road:
A robot decided to put an end to its life by diving into a pond at Georgetown Waterfront, a well-known shopping mall in Washington, DC. The ‘unlucky’ robot worked on the security staff in the mall and seemed to have lost its orientation when the fatal incident occurred.
Self-awareness leads to existential crisis.