Brian will be taking the stage this week with Chobani Chief Creative Officer Leland Maschmeyer in Atlanta as their first stop in Adobe’s Creative Leaders Program series. They’ll be discussing how design helps companies create new futures and sharing a framework for making that actionable.
This week our work with vitaminwater on their brand book took home a win at the Design Week Awards in London.
Adobe was curious about what we thought about design as the heart of customer experience. We were joined by leaders from IBM, R/GA and Chobani to talk about the future of CX at their awesome Digital Summit.
As noted by The Drum, Karin Soukup is stepping into a leadership role in our San Francisco office. We’re looking forward to continued excellence from our team in the city by the bay.
We sat down with the creative leadership coaches from SWIM for two workshops. First we learned about the impact that effective listening can have on relationships, and brushed up on some fundamental listening skills. Then we hosted a session just for COLLINS ladies to work on ways to get more comfortable claiming visibility across a range of professional contexts.
Adam Savage of TV’s Myth Busters visits the Jim Henson Exhibition we designed in partnership with The Museum of The Moving Image. And he loves it. We learned Adam’s father worked on Sesame Street as a Muppeteer. And Adam even appeared in several episodes of the legendary TV show.
Hosted, and inspired by, the beautiful minds from Denmark’s Niels Brock Innovation Academy.
Take a tour of our New York office with Interior Design Magazine.
Honored to have Nicholas Rezabek and Clay Kippen be invited once again to represent COLLINS at Design:Match — pairing professionals with pupils of the SVA Products of Design program.
Having an over-full dance card always makes us blush.
We’re proud that COLLINS is a majority-female company, and grateful for this perspective from our managing director Claire Morris on women and CES.
Our thoughts on CES 2018: how consumer devices are becoming more human.
Thank you all that came out to The Next Web Conference in New York to hear our very own Brian Collins speak.
COLLINS was just listed beside Spotify, Tesla, Disney, Apple, Google, Instagram, Patagonia, Ideo, R/GA, Netflix, HBO, Nike, Facebook and Pixar as one of the “Top 50 Companies Creatives Would Kill to Work For” list put together by Working Not Working.
And, for the record, no one has to kill anyone to work here. But being a little mad does, you know… help.