Celebrating acne is a confusing prospect

The #acnepositivity and #skinpositivity movements have made it possible for those living with the condition to feel more confident in their own skin. But even after following these influencers for some time, Jack Wynn still finds the concept difficult to take on board

How well are women represented in digital journalism?

With Janine Gibson’s recent promotion to a senior digital position at the Financial Times and the AOP Digital Publishing Awards coming up in October, Jack Wynn investigates female representation in digital journalism and the current gender diversity climate

The struggle for financial freedom in the COVID-19 pandemic

Jack Wynn was once proud of his financial independence. Now, as he sits at home anxious and working out how long the money in his current account can last with the bare essentials, he's fearful about the future and the potential lasting effect COVID-19 will have

How can the mainstream media thrive in the digital age?

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to digital, and media organisations need to pinpoint what they want to achieve to standout and survive in a crowded market

Food waste, bad taste

If we’re going to meet the Sustainable Development Goal 12.3.1, we have to halve food waste by 2030. Within the last three years, supply chain food waste has dropped 4% compared to the previous five years

Alexandria Riley on climbing the ranks with new TV dramas

Alexandria Riley's career has taken on a whole new dimension with ITV crime drama, The Pembrokeshire Murders, co-starring Luke Evans and Keith Allen and the BBC’s In My Skin

Let’s make smart, sustainable shopping our future

In a society where we’ve become overwhelmed with choice and information, we could all do with a little helping hand to becoming more eco-friendly in how we shop for food