Netflix and the content trap
YouTube has revolutionized the way we create, consume and share content. This platform has broken the barriers of entry into the media world and allowed us all to express ourselves like never before.
YouTube is the current king of digital video. However, as we’ve learned in DIG and in BSSE, no single strategy is successful forever and disruptors often get disrupted themselves as industry landscapes change. How can YouTube remain dominant as giant platforms with valuable user data like Facebook and Amazon enter the video space?
Who is Kayla and why does everyone want to “do Kayla”?
The danger of handing your business over to a crowd that you can't control.
Minted is re-imagining the online marketplace model by using crowdsourcing to curate its collection of designs
ArcBazar is an online crowdsourcing platform focused on design and architecture projects, enabling people to easily find designers for their projects and at the same time, doing so in a very affordable way. On the other side, compete and collaborate on different contest, enabling them to learn, participate in a community and make money!
Creative Action Network is removing barriers to help students enjoy reading classic works of literature via creativity!
Freakanaut design (sold out) One of the most well-established crowdsourcing design companies is Threadless (est. 2000), a design company that does not create designs but instead sources them from its users and sells them. The users create designs to put […]
Ravel Law has employed digital tools to brilliantly upset the status quo of a digital-phobic industry.