If you're anything like us, you're wondering how Tom Selleck got involved in shot put coaching, why staying on your bike while waiting for the lights to change isn't an Olympic sport yet, whether the Sunday Star Times cover was a casualty of coincidence or something more sinister, and what happened to Charlie Brooker to make him think the Olympics are better than they looked on the tin. You might also be wondering how an event like the Olympics develops its visual identity. Luckily, Design Boom has detailed the whole massive process to come up with a cohesive look for the games—and the pretty bloody impressive results—here.
As the world becomes increasingly digital and intuition steadily gets banished to the naughty corner, data has become a new currency—and a language that needs to be learned by marketers. And Krunch, a "data-centric agency" being run by ex-auto marketer Darren Kirkland is hoping it can teach clients how to speak it.