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Brand Activation & Immersion Interview: Champion On Remaining Relevant, 100 Years Later

The president of Champion Athleticwear and director of marketing speak to PSFK about using the brand's legacy in new, global and digital-led ways to maintain momentum into the future

Advertising How One Brand Strategist Combines Research And Creative Intuition For Effective Brand Storytelling

For SVA Masters In Branding grad Jenna Halbert, building brand strategies at Reddit is a natural extension of her background in marketing and design

Food & Beverage Starbucks Creates Employee Toolkit & Workshops To Combat Bias

From new in-store technologies to a redesigned employee curriculum, the coffee company is taking its customer feedback seriously in its effort to fight racial biases and provide fair treatment

Design CXI 2018: Creating Multi-Sensory Experiences For Emotional Impact

Food technologist, experience designer and multimedia artist Emilie Baltz will share her expertise in sensory storytelling at PSFK's CXI 2018 conference on May 18

Advertising At Museum Of Selfies, Visitors Can Pose With The History Of Self-Portraits

The exhibition, set to open in Los Angeles, looks at the history of selfies as far back as 40,000 years ago

Interview For A First-Generation American, Branding Is A Tool To Counter Stereotypes

Samantha Joy Ariola talks about emotional advertising and the influence of her immigrant upbringing on her path to a branding career

Retail Historic Chapel Redesigned Into A Modern Work Space

Belgian architect group Klaarchitectuur turns an old church into their new office, creating a juxtaposition between old and new

Children Kind's New Project Aims To Teach Kids Empathy

Empatico is the name of the project aimed to help students connect with other students beyond their own bubble

Cafe & Restaurant Inside The Sprawling, Controversial $500 Million Museum Of The Bible

The museum conceived by the billionaire president of Hobby Lobby and set to open next month has attracted skepticism over its ideological mission

Syndicated How The 1970s Could Vanish From Vancouver

The Empire Landmark Hotel is the latest brutalist icon set to be demolished in a frenzy of property speculation

Delivery & Logistics Is Big Data Killing Innovation? 

The Cambridge Group's Chris Fosdick and Linda Deeken discuss ways to apply Amazon's tactics to retail to achieve business growth

Fashion & Apparel Why The Fashion Industry Needs A Redesign

Timo Rissanen discusses how we need to rethink the industry in the context of how it directly impacts and is impacted by the world outside of fashion

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Designer Imagines Roads Of Ancient Rome As A Subway Map

A student from the University of Chicago created the concept to map the empire of Ancient Rome, with lines running through three continents

Entertainment Warner Bros And Intel Give The Film ‘Dunkirk’ A VR Treatment

Christopher Nolan’s newest blockbuster receives a VR tie-in to further put the audience in the experience of the film