Aw. It’s OK, Johnny.
As we move towards a quantified society, one shaped by data, we start to dismiss things that are unquantified. Empathy, emotion and storytelling — these are as much a part of business as they are of life. Here is why.
A forensic artist draws a series of women based on how they describe themselves. The outcome of this exercise is compelling—and offers a nice lesson about how important it is to see yourself in the most positive terms. While the video borders on marketing to and for “ladies & gals,” it’s still pretty powerful because it hits at a primal insecurity everyone experiences in some way. Oh, and it’s created by Dove.
I like how very Tumblr this Tumblr how-to is.
Selfies are back and here to stay. Create a photo post, click “Take a photo” on the bottom right corner, and GPOY to your heart’s desire.*
Want to update your avatar? Visit your blog’s settings page to take a selfie or drag and drop directly from your desktop.
The new-ish Old Spice video begs the question, When does the desire to have a distinct brand personality exceed the ability to know when you’re trying to hard to have one?
Why do we need feminism, you ask?
Thanks google for blatantly pointing out how two-faced our society truly is
We have looked into Google and Google has looked into us, part 3.
Photojojo makes the process of signing up for class really fun, every step of the way. The personal touch—“Kristen & Photojo, BFFS 4eva!”—is not only compelling, it created a personal connection between me and the Photojojo brand. Who would want to disappoint their BFF? Exactly, plus they also don’t take themselves too seriously, even though they’re for serious enthusiasts. What’s more, they give the user the information they need, directly and clearly.