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Chimpanzee grunts mean more than you think

For the first time ever, animals have been observed changing their call for a particular object — something comparable in human language to a noun. The new research overturns the previous understanding of these vocalizations as essentially fixed.

“As far as we know, this is the first evidence we’ve seen of a referential call being modified,” says Simon Townsend, lead author of the paper published in the journal Current Biology and head of the University of Zurich’s animal communication group. “This suggests that the way meaning is assigned in human language and in animals might be more similar than previously thought.”

The chimpanzees’ vocalizations expressed their feelings on apples

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What do web experts think of BBC Taster?

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The BBC recently launched a new site in the form of BBC Taster, a digital sandbox for new ideas that’s an alluring mix of leftfield formats and experimental features. We’ve already taken a look at it, and now we’ve asked a group of web professionals for their impressions of the BBC’s latest online venture. Here’s what they have to say.




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Nightmare clients: how to deal with clients who think they can design

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We’ve seen a lot of crappy client situations on the Clients From Hell blog over the past years. And we’ve picked up a lot of tips for dealing with nightmare clients, too, over that time.




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Why Social Networking Isn’t As Bad As You Think

Everybody is scared about the negative impact Facebook and Twitter is having on our youth and even ourselves. Kids don’t go out anymore, they just text each other on Whatsapp or Skype. Day in, day out. The latest family trip is all over the “Vacations” pinboard on Pinterest. We make business profiles on LinkedIn instead of attending networking functions.

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They say that’s bad. They say online socialization means less exercise. Our chairs are starting to grow roots. Lower back pains, stiff necks and the only mobile part remaining is our wrist, which moves the cursor. That’s what they say.

They say sharing our lives on the Internet can lead to bad things. Too much information in the hands of the wrong people can hurt us.

This sounds pretty bad, huh? Well, I’m here to prove you wrong.

Connecting in real life

If you were to connect, in real life, with as many folks as you can connect with through the Internet, the outcome would be disastrous.

Being a person means wearing a mask. Even the word is derived from the Etruscan word "phersu", which means mask. Real life interactions require you to wear different masks. You can’t interact or connect with other human beings, in real life, without wearing some sort of mask.

I’m talking about us, normal people. Of course, there are leaders in this world who are able to be themselves, absolutely transparent and sincere, almost all of the time, regardless of who they are talking with.

The rest of us have insecurities. We try to use people. We think in terms of ROI (return on investment) before accepting to meet with certain folks. It’s all business.

We don’t allow ourselves to be friends with sick or poor people. We see them as being beneath us. Those people deserve their lives. After all, the Law of Attraction says that we are all responsible for our lives. That’s the best excuse.

Even if we are friends with a dramatically different person, from a totally different social class, we won’t bring him or her to a social gathering. They’d just embarrass us, right? So wasn’t the friendship just a front, in order for us to feed our ego and say to ourselves: “I’m different, I can be friends with anyone, no matter the social class”?

Social Networking Brings Out The Best In People

All of those masks, those insecurities and almost all social class distinctions go away when socializing through Twitter. Or Facebook. Or Skype.

Online, you allow yourself to be who you are because you feel more secure. You control the environment. It’s much less likely you choose your online friends based on how rich they are. You still have an interest, but now it’s more about working together or sharing things.

Social networking Does Away With Social Classes

Say you’re a freelance coder. Perhaps you’re not particularly sociable. Social networking can slowly change that. It will be a non-intrusive change, made at your own pace. First, you create a Skype ID to talk to clients, then a Facebook profile to promote your work. In a few months, you’ll start uploading pictures of yourself, because you’re the only one with a weird grumpy cat as a profile picture. It was funny at first, but now it just feels awkward.

You’ve read about ‘hot traffic’ so you set up a blog to get even more clients. Then you start promoting it on Pinterest. And Linkedin. You start sharing knowledge on Quora. You become friends with people thousands of miles away. It doesn’t matter you haven’t seen each other in real life. You can see they share your interests, your goals. You can feel how real the connection is.

Congratulations. You’ve now became a Terran, a world citizen.

Social Networking Has No Borders

You now have friends all over the place, work for companies scattered around the globe. You work from different countries. You lead a transparent life, anyone can find out what you do, what you like, where you live, just by looking you up.

Sounds Utopian right? Just 20 years ago, living like that wouldn’t have been possible.

Social Networking Is Safe

Social networking enhances who we are. And most of the people on this Earth are basically good. Their essence will shine more online, unhindered by the spotlight of an insecure real life connection. Take charities and causes for example. I’ll donate to a cause I find on Facebook. I’ll donate directly to a HIV positive person’s profile, found through Facebook. I’m less likely to do so in real life. I think most of us are like that. It’s a matter of comfort. It’s not that I don’t care.

It’s just that I don’t care enough to drive down to the bank or to the charity to donate. Sounds cruel, but the majority of us think like that. But I’ll send some money from my PayPal. I’ll take the time to have a Skype meeting with a sick person. I’m not even afraid of contracting anything, because hey, I’m still at home.

Conclusion (And Pigeons)

Being open is the paradigm of this new era. The Internet and social networks have brought us closer than we’ve ever been. Think about it. As I’m writing now, I’m in my flat in Bucharest. I’m wrapping up things and getting ready to email this to my editor somewhere else. And soon you’ll be reading this from home, on the road, or at work, from any corner of the world.

Information travels instantaneously and knowledge is shared and promoted through social networks. Humanity has done away with carrier pigeons. Oh, but there’s another problem.

There are those who are afraid of how powerful social networks have become. They say you can find out almost everything about a person just by doing a Google search. It’s all just… too out there. Nothing is private anymore. They say that much information can be used against you. That’s true.

But the people who are really in charge of our destinies, the people who rule your country and the planet, they have access to your private information. From your smartphone, to your tablet, to your PC, there are no secrets anymore.

So why not just, flat out, be fully honest and transparent about your life? Post it all up on Facebook. Meet and share things with people around the world on Skype. Message on Whatsapp. Update your Twitter!

It’s not like your Facebook friends will use that information against you (unlike your government does). Flip the tables on them. Become a world citizen!





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45 Powerful Public Awareness Ads That’ll Make You Think

No matter how bored or irritated we might be about the overflow of advertisements around us, public awareness ads still manage to catch our attention.

45 Powerful Public Awareness Ads That’ll Make You Think

Many people complain about advertisement agencies that they are only creating ads to increase their client’s profit by making us buy their products or services, but that’s not true for all the ad agencies. There are some ad agencies that hire creative people to produce the effective advertising strategies for public awareness campaigns that force us to hear their voice.

Powerful Public Awareness Ads That’ll Make You Think

These ads are created aiming toward various public interest issues, like human and animal rights, our health, and our responsibility that touches a soft spot in our hearts and forces you to think about them.

#01. Would You Care More If I was a Panda?

Social Issue Ads - Would You Care More If I was a Panda?
Advertising Agency: Ogilvy, Paris, France

#02. What We See When You Smoke.

What We See When You Smoke
Advertising Agency: JWT, Atlanta, USA

#03. Stop the violence. Don’t drink and drive.

Stop the violence. Don’t drink and drive.
Advertising Agency: Terremoto Propaganda, Curitiba, Brazil

#04. Victims are people too, just like you and me.

Victims are people too, just like you and me.
Advertising Agency: Advico Y&R, Zurich, Switzerland

#05. Your Skin Color Shouldn’t Dictate Your Future.

Your Skin Color Shouldn’t Dictate Your Future

Social Issue Ads - Your Skin Color Shouldn’t Dictate Your Future
Advertising Agency: Publicis Conseil, Paris, France

#06. Deforestation Continues With The Turn Of A Page.

Deforestation Continues With The Turn Of A Page
Advertising Agency: LINKSUS, Beijing, China

#07. Workers are not tools.

Workers are not tools.
Advertising Agency: VVL BBDO, Belgium

#08. Our water is thirsty. Save Water.

Our water is thirsty.
Advertising Agency: ROAD Barcelona, Spain

#09. World Wide Fund For Nature: Frightening vs. More Frightening.

World Wide Fund For Nature: Frightening vs. More Frightening
Advertising Agency: DDB&CO., Istanbul, Turkey

#10. If you smoke, statistically your story will end 15% before it should.

If you smoke, statistically your story will end 15% before it should.
Advertising Agency: Iris, London, UK

#11. Sexual Predators Can Hide In Your Child’s Smartphone.

Social Issue Ads - Sexual Predators Can Hide In Your Child’s Smartphone
Advertising Agency: Herezie, Paris, France

#12. Smoking Causes Premature Aging.

Smoking Causes Premature Aging
Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG Australia

#13. Slower Is Better.

Social Issue Ads - Slower Is Better.
Advertising Agency: Cramer-Krasselt, Milwaukee, USA

#14. Animal Anti-Cruelty League: Stop the abuse.

Animal Anti-Cruelty League: Stop the abuse.
Advertising Agency: Lowe Bull, Cape Town, South Africa

#15. Don’t Talk While Driving.

Don’t Talk While Driving

Don’t Talk While Driving
Advertising Agency: Mudra Group, India

#16. Save Paper – Save The Planet.

Save Paper – Save The Planet.
Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Copenhagen, Denmark

#17. Don’t kill blockbusters. Choose original DVDs over pirated ones.

Don’t kill blockbusters. Choose original DVDs over pirated ones.
Advertising Agency: Makani Creatives, Mumbai, India

#18. It’s Not Happening Here, But It’s Happening Now.

Social Issue Ads - It’s Not Happening Here, But It’s Happening Now
Creative/Art director Pius Walker, Amnesty International, Switzerland.

#19. Censorship Tells The Wrong Story.

Censorship Tells The Wrong Story
Advertising Agency: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai, UAE

#20. Air Pollution Kills 60.000 People A Year.

Air Pollution Kills 60.000 People A Year
Advertising Agency: unknown

#21. Think Of Both Sides

Think Of Both Sides
Advertising Agency: Red Pepper, Ekaterinburg, Russia

#22. Every 60 Seconds a Species Dies Out. Each Minute Counts.

Social Issue Ads - Every 60 Seconds a Species Dies Out. Each Minute Counts
Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends, Berlin, Germany

#23. Unhate.

Unhate

Unhate
Advertising Agency: Fabrica, Italy

#24. Plastic Bags Kill.

Plastic Bags Kill
Advertising Agency: BBDO Malaysia, MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur / Advertising Agency: Duval Guillaume, Belgium

#25. Liking Isn’t Helping. Be A Volunteer. Change A Life.

Liking Isn’t Helping. Be A Volunteer. Change A Life

Liking Isn’t Helping. Be A Volunteer. Change A Life
Advertising Agency: Publicis, Singapore

#26. The longer a child with autism goes without help, the harder they are to reach.

The longer a child with autism goes without help, the harder they are to reach.
Advertising Agency: CHI & Partners, London, UK

#27. Don’t Buy Exotic Animal Souvenirs.

Don’t Buy Exotic Animal Souvenirs
Advertising Agency: LOWE GGK, Warsaw, Poland

#28. Buckle up. Stay alive.

Social Issue Ads - Buckle up. Stay alive
Advertising Agency: Lg2, Quebec, Canada

#29. When You See A Tuna, Think Panda.

Social Issue Ads - When You See A Tuna, Think Panda
Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Singapore

#30. Sleepiness Is Stronger Than You.

Sleepiness Is Stronger Than You.
Advertising Agency: BBDO Bangkok, Thailand

#31. Keep The Sea Clean because What Goes Around Comes Around.

Keep The Sea Clean because What Goes Around Comes Around.

Keep The Sea Clean because What Goes Around Comes Around.
Advertising Agency: JWT, Dubai, UAE

#32. One Child Is Holding Something That’s Been Banned In America To Protect Them. Guess Which One?

One Child Is Holding Something That’s Been Banned In America To Protect Them. Guess Which One?

One Child Is Holding Something That’s Been Banned In America To Protect Them. Guess Which One?
Advertising Agency: Grey, Toronto, Canada

#33. Breast Cancer Awareness Bra.

Breast Cancer Awareness Bra
Advertising Agency: Bolero, Fortaleza, Brazil

#34. You’re Not A Sketch. Say No To Anorexia.

You’re Not A Sketch. Say No To Anorexia
Advertising Agency: Revolution Brasil

#35. Where’s The Pedophile?

Social Issue Ads - Where’s The Pedophile?

Where’s The Pedophile?
Art Director: Michael Arguello, Copywriter: Bassam Tariq, Additional credits: Jason Musante

#36. Deforestation And The Air We Breathe: Act Before It’s Too Late.

Deforestation And The Air We Breathe: Act Before It’s Too Late.
Advertising Agency: TBWA\PARIS, France

#37. For The Homeless, Every Day Is A Struggle

For The Homeless, Every Day Is A Struggle
Advertising Agency: Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne, Australia

#38. Neglected Children Are Made To Feel Invisible. Stop Child Abuse.

Neglected Children Are Made To Feel Invisible. Stop Child Abuse.
Australian Childhood Foundation, JWT Melbourne

#39. The Prvention Beer Mug: Please Don’t Lose Control Over Your Drinking.

The Prvention Beer Mug: Please Don’t Lose Control Over Your Drinking.
Advertising Agency: EURORSCG Prague, Czech Republic

#40. If You Don’t Pick It Up They Will.

Social Issue Ads - If You Don’t Pick It Up They Will
Advertising Agency: TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris, Johannesburg, South Africa

#41. Tailgating Isn’t Worth It. Give Trucks Room.

Tailgating Isn’t Worth It. Give Trucks Room.
Advertising Agency: Amélie Company, Denver, Colorado, USA

#42. See how easy feeding the hungry can be?

See how easy feeding the hungry can be?
Advertising Agency: TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris, Johannesburg, South Africa

#43. Women need to be seen as equal.

Women need to be seen as equal.

Women need to be seen as equal.
Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai, UAE

#44. Same Pet, Different Owner.

Same Pet, Different Owner.

Same Pet, Different Owner.
Advertising Agency: TBWA-Santiago Mangada Puno, Philippines

#45. Cancer, which is thrown into your lung by yourself.

Cancer, which is thrown into your lung by yourself.
Advertising Agency: Dentsu, Beijing, China

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What do you think of the new look Twitter profiles on iOS?

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The redesign focuses on three tabs of ‘Tweets,’ ‘Photos’ and ‘Favourites’




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Contact Page is More Important Than You Might Think

Website is a general term referring to an entity of web pages.

Contact Page is More Important Than You Might Think

Each page of a website is equally essential, but why then all noise is about the ‘About Us’ page, landing or home page? Contact page has the same meaning and impact on users.

What Is Contact Page For?

  1. The first function of a Contact page is to get visitors interested. If they like what they see and it is easy to contact you, why won’t they make a call or fill a form?
  2. The second but probably the most important reason to build Contact page wisely is the collaboration facilitation. The ‘Contact Us’ section helps users to contact the webmaster and so the website owner so gets the information on his customers.
  3. Contact page is the last one that visitors see before they decide if they need your project. There are little chances that users will change their mind if your home page is brilliant but contact page has a so-so design. Still, it is better not to risk with it! If a user likes your website thanks to a perfect website design, the Contact page will just emphasize how cool you are.
  4. Contact page kills two birds with one stone: it helps to improve customers’ satisfaction of the website and the company, plus it helps to improve your product. How? – Very easy: people will leave their thoughts, suggestions, tips, recommendations via a contact form. So you can make an analysis of your website and understand how your audience sees it.
  5. This function follows out of the previous point: you can collect any information you need via a Contact form. It doesn’t mean just information on your project but on users too. You can get the name, email address, website URL, and something else very easy.

Contact Page Must Be:

1. Functional

It is pretty clear that everything should work like clockwork on a Contact page. Each field of the form, any button or link must be double-checked before you let it appear before visitors.

2. Good-looking

Design matters a lot, even if it seems rather easy to create a Contact page. It just seems so. The colors, fonts, form position, elements of design, buttons’ look are all the ingredients of this page. The more important fact is that all these features have to be designed in harmony and balance with one another. The styles and colors should correlate with each other, take this into consideration please.

3. Written seductively

The copy should be written well if you want users to fill the form fields. For this reason, you can add a short greeting phrase before the contact form, a sentence or two about yourself, anything that can put users in a good mood and win their favor.

4. Responsive

Mobile gadgets have taken the world. People use them everywhere and for any purpose. The Contact page, as of course all other pages of the design, has to be responsive. Plus, you need to think about the hassles mobile users can face. For example, this is a ‘Submit’ button. Make sure it is big enough to click on it via a touchscreen.

5. Personal

Many who thinkthat a Contact page is designed like in a standard way and the Contact form can be a simple box with empty fields to fill. But you will gain more users if your Contact page has personalized design. You can use your pictures and the pictures of your team: this is a true way to make a page design individual. Then, let your imagination help you with the design, and maybe you will get something really special that no one else done before.

6. Alternative

Users need to have a chance to choose. They should be able to pick the method of contacting you. Someone hates contact forms, even if there are just two small fields. Make your email clickable: probably there would be some people to prefer this way. If you have many branch offices in many cities, make sure you include a search box which visitors can use to find the location of the only office they need, not to scroll a long list of contacts.

Components of a Smart Contact Page

1. Contact form

A web form is one of the most significant Contact page ingredients. Before you design one, you should define the best appropriate position on the page for it. Firstly, it is better to be above the fold, and not vice versa like many sites do: map above the fold and contact form below. This position allows users not to scroll but type their message immediately. As for the position, a form with center alignment is better, because usually full width forms seem too complicated.

The amount of form fields can make your visitors go away from it at once. Too many fields may scare users, who have no time and especially desire to write a lot. The best solution is to include at least three fields: name, email, and message. By the way, the empty field for client’s message should be included, instead of those forms with many options a user has to choose among.

It is also a great design technique to highlight the current field with another color, a bold or dotted line. This shows which field is active right now.

Contact form is a part of Contact page, but not obligatory it to be just there. You can design a form popup that appears on any other pages. If a user is reading the ‘About Us’ page and has already decided to collaborate with you, he won’t need to go for Contacts to get in touch with you. One more option is possible: sidebar sliding contact form. It is a bit more functional and practical that a popup, so far as the popup disappears after users push the cross button (if accidentally). Sidebar sliding form can be activated any time with just one simple button.

2. Email address

Contact form and email address are oriented on different audience. While some people want their message be more anonymous, or they don’t want to go to another window, open their email client or so; others feel better if sent a direct message from their email. Therefore, they have a copy of the message, which they can use again or make it a proof of that they contacted the website owner. So far, as you can’t predict what a particular user will pick, you should have these both options on your web page. The email address is better to be clickable, as it will save users’ time and don’t require any additional actions from them.

3. Phone number

Telephone number is a step towards confidential relations between you and your visitors. By giving these contact details to them, you show more thrust and your desire to negotiate.

4. Social media links

Social media buttons and links can maximize your online exposure, and it is double success if they work together with your website. It is more and more often seen how web designers incorporate follow buttons on a Contact page. Some time ago, this kind of elements were put in the Footer or somewhere on the homepage only, but what stops you to have Twitter, Facebook, Google+ or Pinterest links in more than one place? Users will go for contact information on your Contact page and surprisingly they will find one more way to reach you: social networks.

The design of social media buttons must be smart: not too provocative, but enough eye-catching. They should be pretty big in size, yet we don’t mean to give a half of your web page to these links. The most suitable position is somewhere at the bottom, or in the Header, so not to mess up all information you have.

5. Interactive map

Interactive map is good investment to a Contact web page. It makes your website more up-to-date if to say so, and of course it is a crucial element of the user-centered design. User must be your major interest, and you should understand that users will be pleased with a functional and interactive map on your site. You show your location, this is the first, and you also make it easier for users to find the right route to get to your office. They won’t need to go for Google maps, any other service/app, GPS, they will do everything in one browser window.

6. Specific details

The contact form andmap are well-suited features for any website kind, though there are some peculiar things that just some websites can include. The restaurant businesses having a website, can include the happy hours on their Contact pages, while schools or gyms can mention their opening hours. You know your audience better and you definitely know what your potential customer wants to find on the Contact page.

7. Confirmation message

You are obliged to inform users that their message was sent successfully, otherwise they would be confused and can submit a few messages to be sure they succeeded. A simple phrase like ‘Your message was sent successfully’ will be enough. Still, creativity is not forbidden. The confirmation message can contain the information about the respondent or the approximate time of response.

Something Important To Add

1. Buttons

We want to share some secret rules for making buttons perfect with you.

  • Exclude ‘Reset’ or ‘Clear’ button. The name you pick for this button does not make a big deal, because it should not appear on your Contact page with the contact form. This buttons usually is close to the Submit button, and users can push it accidentally. Imagine the frustration someone feels after he thought out a perfect message to contact you and delete it through inattentiveness. And, actually this button serves for nothing useful, why then to include it? If a user wants to delete the message, he can do it manually; or if he changed his mind to contact you, he will just leave the page.
  • Think out the button text. Trivial ‘Submit’ button will surprise nobody. There are many variants to be more creative and make the button text: go, sent message, ready, etc.
2. Captcha

Come on! Do you still have these annoying captchas on your website? It is interesting to know why you need it. Some time ago, it was thought that captcha is a proof of spam defense. The situation has changed and now it is almost the same easy to get to the spammer’s list with an open email address and having captchas to confirm that user is a human. And be honest, have you really got a lot of spam before you use captcha?

Ways toGet to the Contact Page

Finally, you have made the best Contact page design ever (using our tips, we hope so), but now you need visitors to find it easy and quickly. Here are two placements for a contact page link.

1. Primary navigation

Contact page is a separate web page on your site, and so it deserves to be featured on the primary navigation bar. A common thing is to make Contact menu tab the last on the bar, but it doesn’t matter a lot. Still, there is something to matter: if you have a navigation menu with submenu tabs, the Contact page shouldn’t be somewhere in the submenu.

2. Footer

Oftentimes Footer fulfills the function of the Contact page, i.e. it features the contact info, sometimes contact form and even a map. It is much better to have a separate Contact page with all-in-all features, and Footer can still have contacts but in short. In this case, Footer can become a home place for a link to the Contact page.

What Should You Do Right Now?

OK, you have the read the entire article, and now you need either to design a new Contact page, if you didn’t have it before, or redesign the old one. You have got enough instructions and tips here, but remember the most important: be creative, think about user, make forms simple, ensure that everything works perfectly and add individuality to your Contact page!

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Pawel Kuczynski’s illustrations will make you think

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Pawel Kuczynski was born in 1976 in Szczecin. He graduated in Fine Arts Academy from Poznan with specialization in graphics. He was in the field of satirical illustration since 2004 and has been awarded with more than 100 prizes and distinctions.

Pawel’s work was specialized in thought-provoking images that make his audience question their daily lives. Whether it’s social media, politics, poverty, awareness or any other, he is dedicated in providing a distinct message if you pay close attention to his images.

Because of his unique illustration, he was also awarded with “Eryk” prize from Association of Polish Cartoonists, for the newly discovered cartoonist, with a record number of awards in international competitions.

Have a look at the following images by Pawel and you’ll be amazed on your own for the creativity involved in the images with such a meaningful messages.

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14-year-old scientist makes trolls think twice before hitting ‘send’

14-year-old Trisha Prabhu plans to eventually major in neuroscience, but first she wants to solve cyberbullying. Selected as a global finalist for the Google Science Fair 2014, her Rethink project pivots around a simple concept: getting teenagers to reread hurtful messages before sending them out into the digital ether.

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6 travel posters that aren’t what you think

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Right now, London is the coolest city on the planet, and millions visit it every month. But there’s a group of people who remain largely resistant to enjoy the UK capital’s attractions, and that’s Londoners themselves. To tempt them to explore what it has to offer, Transport for London (TfL) and M&C Saatchi have unveiled a colourful campaign entitled ‘Without Leaving London’.




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