Effective visual storytelling requires rethinking your approach to visual hierarchy, investing time in designing the small visual details, and going beyond marketing’s perception of a brand. Here are 7 tips from Studio Element’s Brian Barrus on helping brands tell their story.
Joe Pulizzi, Founder of the Content Marketing Institute, joins the Business of Story Podcast to share how to write for your audience, the importance of giving yourself time, and why less is often more.
Guest Post from Shayla Price. Shayla lives at the intersection of digital marketing, technology, and social responsibility. Twitter: @shaylaprice. Show, don’t tell. That’s the new motto of online marketing. Visual storytelling is staking its claim into business strategies across several industries. From Lowe’s six-second Vines to Etsy’s Pinterest boards, top brands are seeking new, eye-catching …
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