For the last month, a brave few of the DNA men have been undertaking the growing of a tashe for ‘Movember’ – in aid of The Prostate Cancer Charity. We’re now on the home straight (or curly) on the final day of Movember 2019. It?s nearly time for us to sit back, relax and ease ourselves back into life with a shiny face. We’ve been donating our faces to a good cause – please show your support in these last hours and donate just a little something.

How can you help?
To support the men of DNA and make a donation, click this link https://www.movember.com/uk/donate/your-details/team_id/120862 and donate online using your credit card or PayPal account. Quick and simple – every penny counts.

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The Prostate Cancer Charity will use the money raised by Movember for the development of programs related to awareness, public education, advocacy, support of those affected, and research into the prevention, detection, treatment and cure of prostate cancer.

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DNA have successfully completed a project for one of the UK’s leading book publishers, Hodder & Stoughton. Based in London, the publishers awarded the prestigious contract to DNA, briefing them to design and build an updatable website, with features, blogs and news about authors and their forthcoming books for their new imprint ‘Two Roads’, which publishes themed titles focused on animals, emotion and life-stage decisions.

Still a relative newbie to DNA, Digital Project Manager Mathew Riley found winning the major contract when in competition with some of the best London agencies is very satisfying ? “The most rewarding part of the project was delivering a site that matches the tone and functionality requested by the client”.

The Two Roads imprint is run by Lisa Highton, who edited the mega successful Marley and Me film tie in, among other titles. Lisa commented: “DNA was incredibly helpful and patient setting up the Two Roads site. We really appreciated the problem solving and after sales service but first and foremost a great site.”

See www.tworoadsbooks.com

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I saw these ads for Duracell Ultra a while back and just thought the art direction was fantastic – I’m sure you’ve all seen them by now but hey-ho. They were created by advertising agency: Ogilvy, Paris, France and support the television ad (directed by Pleix and Digital District), below. Check out a brief Q&A about the making of the ad here.

(Opinion: Jon Price ? Designer)

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