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Filmmaker & Associate Producer, Nayla Al Khaja. She holds a film camera and stands against a blue background. ARTICLE

The dualism of filmmaking in 2020

Acclaimed filmmakers, Nayla Al Khaja, Ahmad Abdalla and Faisal Hashmi share the positives and negatives of working in their industry since Covid 19.

01 October 2020
A young woman in a white t-shirt and leather jacket, adjusts her hair as she takes a selfie. ARTICLE

Four social media signs that everything’s not ok

Looks are often deceiving on social media, but there are some little changes that can indicate when someone is struggling with their mental health.

08 October 2020
An action shot of a warehouse, with forklift trucks and people moving between huge racks of boxes on pallets, awaiting shipment. ARTICLE

How can seeing double make things clearer?

Long touted as a ‘bridge between the physical and digital’, the advent of new technologies is finally giving the Digital Twin its incredible power.

24 September 2020
Two women sit opposite each other at a white table, working on their laptops. They are wearing smart, casual clothing and blue disposable, non-surgical face coverings. ARTICLE

Progress, not compromise: Returning to work in the ‘new normal’

Returning to the office is daunting for some, exciting for others. What can organisations do to make their teams feel confident, comfortable and valued?

28 September 2020
A man wearing a non-surgical face covering and a grey t-shirt, looks out of the window, towards the sky. The glass reflects the outside world, other houses, trees, a fence and the sky. ARTICLE

Created by one, chosen by many

All shot on Canon cameras, all tell a story of a year like no other. What do these five most downloaded photos from Getty Images tell us about 2020?

17 September 2020
A long-haired person in fur-trimmed parka and navy-blue hat and scarf stands to the right of the picture, facing blurred evening lights, turned away from the camera. ARTICLE

The art of the faceless selfie

Faces matter. So why are so many Instagrammers turning their backs on the camera to create content that leads viewers to draw their own conclusions?

21 September 2020
Geometric digital landscape with particles dots and stars on black background. ARTICLE

Put purpose first: How to find your feet in Industry 5.0

Intimidated by Industry 5.0? Print industry expert Karis Copp shares advice for businesses looking to dip a toe into the next Digital Transformation.

10 September 2020
The body of a man in a high-vis jacket, he stands in a warehouse holding a tablet computer. ARTICLE

Manufacturing’s new flexible friend

Manufacturing needs to be agile to meet a fluctuating future. Combining human ingenuity with cobotic capacity could be just the place to start.

14 September 2020
Taken from above, a teenage boy wearing a peach t-shirt and brown trousers sits on a tiled floor using a laptop. He has shelves behind him and stationery around him on the floor. ARTICLE

A better blend of learning

Online education can be a tough ask, but new resources, formats and collaborations could make blended learning a global standard in the future.

03 September 2020
Interconnected cogs, engraved with the words 'good mood', ‘positive thinking’, ‘positive energy’ and ‘optimism.’ ARTICLE

How to create a workplace where mental health can thrive

The success of an organisation begins and ends with its people. So how can we foster a culture in which employees feel safe, supported and valued?

07 September 2020

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