presenting users with a curated feed of instantly purchasable products, they hope to highlight new fashions and allow users to build outfits by mixing and matching available apparel. Users will also be able to share those fashions with friends, get feedback, and message each other around specific products.
Daily life is filthy with algorithms. Online personalized ads and filtered streams of information change based on where we go and what we click. Offline, we receive coupons tied to our past shopping behaviors and credit-card offers based on financial history. The invisible systems that are built around our mined personal information and tracked activities ar […]
“When you wake up, you have this gift of a blank brain. You could fill it with anything. But for most of us, we have this kind of panic. Instead of wondering what should I do, we wonder what did I miss. Its almost like our unconsciousness is a kind of failure and we can’t believe we’ve been offline for eight hours,” he says. It is habits like this that are i […]
Technology is resetting expectations of retail and transforming shopping behaviour. We are getting used to being able to click on a product image and go into the buying process. Soon, we'll expect to be able to buy any image we click on – and be frustrated if we can't.
henever those followers find a product they like, they have always had to go to a third party retailer to buy it. “My wife wouldn’t capture a) the margin, and b) the customer,” he says. “That’s the real key.”
it’s important for things to be beautiful lose their minds over it and then after the beautiful thing has been Instagrammed and ripped apart a thousand times it is done and over and then they, you know, they open up a second location.