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Architecture and design are reaching new heights with the development of visualisation technology, making concepts all the more real.


In 2000, Lisa Hamilton-Gibbs started a business by door-knocking retailers armed with her homemade range of 40 cards. Nearly 16 years on, her business – icandy – is almost unrecognisable. Since establishing her brand, Hamilton-Gibbs has expanded her product range to include more paper-based items.

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Te Papa has transformed its learning programmes and space, creating Hīnātore, a disruptive new learning lab stacked with cutting-edge tech gizmos that consign clunky projector slideshows and VHS videos to the museum’s basement archives. And it needed eye-catching, dynamic branding to communicate the evolving and experimental nature of the programme. That’s where Insight Creative came into the story.


When we think of luck, we often associate it with things like winning the lottery or finding a four-leaf clover. They’re unlikely happenstances that have a 1-in-a-million chance of actually happening and are completely out of our control. However, what if I was to tell you that it is possible to learn to be luckier?


When the UK voted in favour of leaving the EU the future of Britain became alarmingly uncertain. How will Britain take its exit and will Brits still be holidaying in Spain? Although it will take several years to understand the true impact of Brexit, for now we have colourful infographics to create meaning in this madness.


There are sirens ringing in the ears of the British. A shock wave of opinion is sweeping the usually steadfast nation in the wake of the Brexit, but an old mantra is at the ready to calm a nation.