A new start or new roles for the month.
Successful agency pitches for this month.
A widely-quoted Gartner report (dated June 2011) estimates that worldwide mobile advertising revenue will reach US$20.6 billion by 2015, and that the Asia-Pacific region will continue… (Contributed by Rohit Dadwal, Managing Director, Mobile Marketing Association Asia Pacific Limited)
After four gruelling days the juries have selected the best work across 25 categories for this years’ D&AD awards.
Winning a D&AD Yellow Pencil will improve the professional life of any winner but now there is an award that will improve the lives of others. The White Pencil will be awarded to celebrate an idea that will change the world for the better.
This year the D&AD celebrates its 50 anniversary. It remains the show in which every creative person wants to gain recognition. The focus of this show remains on creative excellence. To win a Yellow Pencil or for your work to be selected for the annual means envy from your peers…
AdAsia meets up with Mark Tutssel, Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of Leo Burnett at the judging in London of the D&AD entries for the television category.
Bob Gill, the founder of D&AD came back to London for the 50th Anniversary of the Association. He talks about his early days in London to our editor, Allein Moore. Gill remains as lively and outspoken as ever.
Angus Hyland is a partner in the famous design firm Pentagram. He speaks about the broadening of the design category since he last judged the D&AD awards. The standard, he felt was quite similar. He noticed there was much more work entered from Asia and the UK had a smaller percentage these days.
Alan Kitching is a rare character these days. He proudly calls himself a typographer and our editor/publisher Allein Moore, himself an ex-typographer, was honoured to meet him at the D&AD 2012 award judging in London.