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Content, data and technology: Which matters more

Content, data and technology: Which matters more

Content, data, technology. Which has the biggest effect on achieving advertising greatness?

Music: Why context is everything

Music: Why context is everything

A successful brief has to consider context from across the creative process and the industry

Music: Data needs the human touch

Music: Data needs the human touch

Although data is a powerful tool, the art of music supervision still relies on human intuition

Domino's digital boss Nick Dutch on Snapchat, smartwatches and mobile

Domino's digital boss Nick Dutch on Snapchat, smartwatches and mobile

Last week, Domino's announced a partnership with Snapchat, the latest in a long line of digital initiatives launched by the

Music: The art of search

Music: The art of search

If you turn exploration into a science, you risk missing the extraordinary

How to look after your digital self: video

How to look after your digital self: video

Buckle up for a journey over 30 different hacking techniques, vulnerabilities, design flaws and common mistakes that both users and

Future of reading: will emojis become the first universal language?

Future of reading: will emojis become the first universal language?

If a picture speaks more than a thousand words, how many does an emoji speak?

Can you learn from virtual reality: video

Can you learn from virtual reality: video

Virtual reality is often labelled as purely an entertainment platform, but it's ability to bring a story to life can

Proximity marketing: How we'll find out where you are and how you feel

Proximity marketing: How we'll find out where you are and how you feel

The digital universe is expanding rapidly. Advances in mobile technology will let companies target, profile and interact with customers in

You're already more than human

You're already more than human

We live in age of unrivalled competition for our attention.