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How is social photography changing the way brands tell stories

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube – thanks to social media, people are conspicuously sharing stories and imagery about themselves every day. But what does that mean for brands and campaigns?

Susie Bubble on why style is about pleasing ourselves

We chat with Susie Bubble, author of blog Style Bubble about her fashion inspirations.

Interview: Richard Turley, Bloomberg Businessweek

The Creative Director for Bloomberg Businessweek magazine gives us an insight on their unique and visually striking cover designs

Interview: Ed Gillespie – Futerra

Ed Gillespie from specialist sustainability communications agency, Futerra tells us why the visual language around sustainability is becoming more aspirational

Jessica Bennett, Contributing Editor at Lean In: “We want to change the visual landscape.”

We meet with one of the Lean In collection’s co-curators, and Contributing Editor at Leanin.org, Jessica Bennett – about the goals of Lean In, and why influencing the visual landscape will help change the conversation around women.

Interview: Jarek Carethers – Group Creative Director, UniWorldGroup

UniWorldGroup is a North American multicultural agency drawing from 43 years of experience in marketing to ethnic communities. Group Creative Director Jarek Carethers tells us why, when communicating to different cultures, there is a fine line between ‘insights’ and ‘stereotypes’.

Interview: Graham Hill – LifeEdited

LifeEdited Founder and entrepreneur Graham Hill gives us his perspective on how sustainability and business can go together in the sharing economy

Interview: Ami Ronnberg – curator of ARAS and editor-in-chief of Taschen’s Book of Symbols

Getty Images Director of Visual Trends, Pam Grossman, speaks to Ami Ronnberg, editor-in-chief of Taschen’s Book of Symbols, about the concept of archetypes as symbols, and how these are playing out in modern visual storytelling and advertising.

Alimentos: moldam especuladores e segurança

As comunicações sobre alimentos se tornam mais diretas à medida que os consumidores prestam mais atenção ao valor e ao custo