Tip: The Strato filter creates one of the most convincing vintage effects from all the apps tested. Joanna Zhou is an award-winning manga illustrator and graphic designer. She currently runs her own design label Maqaroon.
Recently discovered in a McKinsey Global Inst Report “The Social Economy: Unlocking Value And Productivity Through Social Technologies” , Statista's Chart 'The Rapid Rise Of Social Media' shows how the pace of technological progress has changed over the past century and the time it took selected technologies and services to reach 50 million users worldwide.
It took the radio 38 years to reach 50 million users worldwide. The next revolution came around a little quicker: 13 years passed until 50 million people enjoyed moving images in their own homes.
With the arrival of the internet the pace of technological adoption really picked up: while it still took internet service providers three years to reach 50 million subscribers, the world wide web dramatically enlarged the potential audience for everyone with an innovative product or service.
Facebook, now on track to reach 1 billion users, needed just one year to reach 50 million users and Twitter was even quicker to reach that milestone.
Some impressive editorial design from Art Director and Designer, Robert Festino, whose award winning work in Art Direction and Graphic Design has been recognized internationally. Robert Festino is currently the Creative ...
CREATIVE COPYWRITER / RECRUITMENT COPYWRITER - (AD AGENCY ...The IndependentTurning your hand to all kinds of advertising and communication projects you will write for a cross section of clients on projects covering employer branding, ad campaigns,...
Rethink Breast Cancer and their fundraising event, Boobyball needed some serious attention for a budget of about zero. To help get that attention, we used a fitting medium that has never been used before for advertising: women’s breasts. Included in this group of models with headlines on them about the cause are actual breast cancer survivors. People need to talk about breast cancer and this was a way to fuel that conversation. The stunt was on every major news station in Toronto, and in all of the major newspapers. It’s exploding on facebook and twitter as well-in part because of Howie Mandel who was simply walking by. He promptly tweeted the idea to 300,000 people.
Advertising Agency: CP+B, Toronto, Canada Creative Directors: Aaron Starkman, Michael Murray, Darren Richardson Art Director: Gail Pak Copywriters: Neil Blewett, Freddy Nduna Producer: Jen Dark