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Human Behavior: Staying Engaged in Ads

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Jay Park

Human Behavior: Staying Engaged in Ads

Marketing’s purpose is to appeal to the public and get them excited enough to buy into a product, event, or idea. The first step of marketing is to grab someone’s attention. The second step, and most difficult, is to hold that attention to build a stronger and more long-term relationship with the consumer. A few Read more

An Instagram Generation

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Monica Watson

An Instagram Generation

Photography has never been a solitary experience. From the moment you press the shutter button to the moment you share the photo, photography is about capturing and creating memories and connections with other people. With the creation and mass adoption of Instagram, whole communities have popped up devoted to being a part of what Instagrammer Read more

Finding Hope and Solace after Boston

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Monica Watson

Finding Hope and Solace after Boston

“They marched the entire 26.2 miles #bostonmarathon #america #BAA” – Photo by Instagram user brehm5. The tragedy at the Boston Marathon left all of us in shock yesterday. But despite this, one thing we have been struck by is the help and care that is pouring in – from businesses and individuals alike. Around the Read more

Insights & Outlook

Monica Watson

Photo Hack Day 4 Wrap Up

We started off Photo Hack Day 4 weekend with an official pre-party here at Chute HQ. We had a great crowd come in and eat, drink, and strategize for the hackathon. Thanks to everyone who came out and made the event such a success! Photo Hack Day itself was a blast. We loved working with Read more

Insights & Outlook

Monica Watson

Google+ launches in-app photo editor

Google has recently rolled out an update to it’s Google+ app that features a powerful in-app photo editing tool thanks to its acquisition of Nik Software back in September. The new photo editor features basic editing components like rotating and cropping, but the real magic lies in the filters. Preloaded Instagram-style filters line the bottom Read more