Normally at the end of each year I have taken a moment to look back at the big moments and trends that came to pass. Since the calendar will switch to 2020, let's take a look at the decade and how monumental it was in the history of mankind.
Imagine diamonds flying out of the front of the Cartier flagship store, or Jay Z rapping on top of the Statue of Liberty...
The days of cinematic landscape formats that favored wide angles, the rule of thirds, and everything that Alfred Hitchcock adored were numbered when Instagram launched allowing only square photos. Then, Snapchat was launched to the delight of millenials whose raison d'être is to share everything they are doing. Snapchat continued to buck the video format … Continue reading Vertical Video Formats
As someone who is over 30, I definitely understand how Instagram feels, for I too am afraid of Snapchat. But it's apparent that Instagram is much more fearful than I, because they rolled out their recent update that centers around the idea of Stories - literally a carbon copy of what Snapchat has already been … Continue reading Instagram Stories: Losing their Identify in a Quest for Growth