In a beautifully thought-out and executed advert for its 2015 catalogue, Scandinavian furniture company, IKEA has lampooned the style of Apple’s product adverts, describing their paper-based catalogue as “a device so simple and intuitive, using it almost feels familiar…it’s not a digital book or an eBook. It’s a bookbook”.
It’s not every day that you can say the ‘Endless City’ has caught your eye but this colossal skyscraper certainly has. This ambitious mixed-use building may one day join The Shard as one of the tallest buildings on London’s skyline.
Today is Kay's 10 year anniversary at Core so to mark the occasion, here are 10 things that happened 10 years ago (see what we did there?).
Our Lucie Sissons has just purchased her first house and wanted to share some tips for anyone else taking their first tentative steps onto the housing ladder.
No matter who you were or where you came from, there was always a word you couldn't spell or a common fact you just couldn't, try all your might, ingrain on your brain. Thank goodness for mnemonics; those useful phrases that have helped us all recall a handy fact from time to time.
With social networks like LinkedIn taking the world by storm, is there a digital substitute for traditional networking? The answer to that is no! Find out why with our three handy tips to make you a networking pro.
One hundred years ago today Britain went to war, following Germany’s invasion of Belgium. This date – August 4th 1914 - marked the start of a four year conflict which saw over 30,000 local men and teenagers leaving home for battle – with more than 2,500 never to return.
With popular media going out of its way to ensure we stay ‘bang on trend’, it’s no wonder that the unveiling of Team Scotland’s Commonwealth Games 2014 uniforms didn't go by unnoticed.
“It’s not often in landlocked Birmingham that you get to launch a SHIP”. This opening statement from Sir Albert Bore marked the official launch of the Snow Hill Interchange Project (SHIP), an ambitious scheme designed to enhance pedestrian movement, public transport interchange, connectivity and economic performance around Snow Hill station and into the Colmore Business District.
As marketing continues to evolve at an unprecedented rate – spanning from print to broadcast to digital and beyond – it’s never been more important to keep up with all things social.