For brands, transformation should be about combining the online and offline worlds through technology to make consumers' lives easier, Abi Morrish writes.
Momo Pixel's latest project blew up online. If other agencies want the same, she said, they need real diversity.
Social platforms do not actually espouse that information should be free. In reality, information is controlled by the highest bidder, says The Social Element's chief services officer.
Speakers from A+E, The Washington Post, Bloomberg and Diply shared their success stories.
An accessibility gap has been created, and it's only getting bigger, says Digital Pulp's chief creative officer.
Having a plan will ensure the experience you deploy will work for you and your brand in the most productive and engaging way possible, says Facebook Messenger's head of business.
It's time to move past the idea of "combatting the duopoly" and into how to build a solution, says Sonobi's CEO.
Firstborn's augmented reality app is bloody fun on the streets of Victorian Era Manhattan.
The truth is, this coveted cohort is open to advertising--if they're getting something back for it, says 9GAG's chief operating officer.
Digital assistants like Amazon's Alexa and Google Home strike a balance between disruption and utility, says RAIN's director of technology innovation.
Location is rapidly emerging as a critical consumer expectation, says a principal analyst at Altimeter.
The debate over augmented reality is a powerful example of how important it is to stay true to your brand purpose.
Two key creators on how a thoughtful execution can destigmatize mental illness.
New releases for World Animal Day highlight the tech firm's support of environmental research.
The industry is in a muddy television transition period, says Hill Holliday's chief digital officer.
Nobody needs just another pair of shoes or just any bag, says "Sex and the City" star.
The FTC is closely monitoring marketers, their agencies and their influencer networks, say attorneys at Davis & Gilbert.
Five panelists at Advertising Week weigh in on a talent-rich community too long ignored.
Too few of the billions of sites online are usable for disabled people, says AudioEye's CEO.
AI could be the secret to happy, healthy brand relationships, says Phenomenon's strategy director.
Aside from preventing Armageddon, the creative and marketing industry is responsible for shaping AI in a way that supports the greater good, says Critical Mass' CSO.
ARCore gives designers a new OS-level palette to explore
Debut run of seven episodes includes leaders from Dropbox, Airbnb, Gimlet and IBM.
It's the latest in a series of global McDonald's wins for the reorganized holding company.
Twitter. Never. Forgets.
On August 23, 2007, user Chris Messina used the first hashtag on Twitter #Barcamp. Today, an average of 125 million hashtags are tweeted per day.
Industry insiders weigh in on the coming ecommerce "bloodbath" and how brands will have to step up their game.
The social network said new technology means the fight against trolls, one of its biggest issues, is getting better.
Facebook is battling fake news by only offering verified publishers (those that regularly advertise with Facebook) the ability to edit headlines and meta descriptions for their verified links.
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