It’s the last chance to set your Black Friday and Cyber Monday campaigns in 2020. Stimulate your Black Friday sales with this survival kit.
Did you know that colored visuals increase people’s willingness to read a piece of content by 80%? According to Xerox, that’s exactly why you need to pay attention to the types of visuals you use.
If we consider the fact that people spend less than a minute deciding whether they should read your content or not, it puts a lot of pressure on you to choose the images that will compliment your blog or website.
From routine usage of smartphones to the exciting prospects of smart cars and homes - the topic of internet of things dominates many aspects of our lives. We can go shopping, take care of our health and connect with one another through the smallest of devices. How will the internet of things change our everyday life?
October is finally here, which means Halloween is just around the corner. One of the wonders of October is that the scenery around us begins to change and those October colors really set the mood for all the upcoming holidays. As Halloween is the closest one, we have gathered all the photographs that may be useful to you in your Halloween and fall campaigns.
This week, our featured collection is dedicated to black and white photography. Monochrome images are making a comeback as the demand for them grows. Why do we love black and white photography? Primarily because the shots have an artistic touch. You might want to accentuate an important element in its simplicity and black and white photography is a great form of expressing it.
As you surf the internet, you can’t help but stumble upon stock photography. One too many times we’ve seen females as secretaries, nurses and yoga instructors, and men dominating the more powerful professions. People deliberately choose specific images of males and females that best embody their respective roles in the workforce. If you pay close attention, you will realize that even stock photography tends to be sexist through the portrayal of outdated stereotypes.
Three billion people all over the world are expected to cheer for the Summer Olympics this year. For 19 days, more than 10,000 athletes will compete in 42 sports in Rio de Janeiro, no doubt setting several new world records.
We’ve gotten quite used to the enormous scope of the Olympics, and we expect no less than a tremendous opening ceremony and intense competition between world-class athletes. However, the games weren’t always a global event of such significance.
Summer is a period of vacations and holidays. Lazy relaxation, dead phones, no internet and not a single thought about work. Morning coffee to the sound of the surf, gentle morning sun and children’s laughter. Lots of friends around you, beach volleyball, cold cocktails and hot nights. Empty city streets, quiet school corridors, sporadically attended offices.... Did this start you thinking? Us, too. If your vacation hasn’t started yet, there’s still time to save for it. We’ve prepared a few pleasant summer surprises for you. Continue reading this post to check them out!Island in the Ocean. Paradise! © Depositphotos | DoctorKan